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The aim of the course is to provide general knowledge concerning comparative law. In the modern world, lawyer point of view may not be limited to her or his own legal system, especially in Italy nowadays where law is every day more influenced by foreign legal systems.
Diritto Privato Comparato A-L is organised in two halves. After a brief introduction on legal comparison, lectures will focus on principal legal orders of both civil law and common law areas as well as the Chinese and the Islamic traditions. In each semester legal sources (especially judgments) will be studied in their own languages.
For languages students: the course is the first part of Comparative private law A-L: “Introduzione alla comparazione giuridica e ai sistemi giuridici comparati” (regardless of your surname's initial)
Institutional introduction of the common law and civil law legal systems. Legal history of related areas and legal terminology in the past and modern context. Particular focus on the terms used within regulatory instruments of the European Union or in their preparatory works.
Introduction on civil law and common law legal orders. Law history of the two areas and legal terminology in both ancient and modern world; with attention to the legal terms most used by EU legislation or in their preparatory works.
Office hours: Office hours: Wednesday 15.30 - 17.00, at the Istituto di diritto privato Casaregis in via Balbi 22, 4° floor, scala A. Please contact me by e-mail at Francesca.Brunetta@unige.it. There won't be any office hours during the summer, nevertheless, meetings on Microsoft Teams may be arranged.
ANDREA FUSARO (President)
FRANCESCA BRUNETTA D'USSEAUX (President Substitute)
ELENA ANNA GRASSO (President Substitute)
ANDREA ALBERTO BELLOLI (Substitute)
AGOSTINO BONAVERA (Substitute)
CARLA CARRASSI (Substitute)
FRANCO LONGO (Substitute)
MATTEO TURCI (Substitute)
FRANCESCA BRUNETTA D'USSEAUX (President)
UMBERTO DE MAGISTRIS
ELENA ANNA GRASSO (President Substitute)
ALESSANDRO CAPROTTI (Substitute)
MATTEO PATRONE (Substitute)
SIMONE PITTO (Substitute)
I semester from September 14th to December 4th 2020
II semester from February 15th to May 7th 2021
All class schedules are posted on the EasyAcademy portal.
Diritto privato comparato A-L
Laurea Magistrale in Giurisprudenza
Attending students will take two written examinations, the first one – at the end of Part I – in December 2022 and the second one – at the end of Part II – in May 2023. The exam will be on the programs taught in class, included the arguments subject on an in-depth-studying and the materials used in class (on aulaweb). The final mark will be the arithmetic mean of the marks students got in the two written examination, but the teacher may still increase the final marks in cases of particular outcomings.
If attending students do not want to take both of the two written examinations, they may take the (oral) exam at the dates fixed by the Department's schedule. In this case students must study the books indicated on the Manifesto (in this case, the exam is a whole and students must take it in one solution. 2nd year students must take the exam not before the end of the course, after the conclusion of the second Part, so from may 2023).
Attending students must attend at least 2/3 of the classes of the entire course. Attending will be checked by random roll calls. Attendance will last until autumn of the next academic year.
NOT attending students: They must take the oral exam in one solution at the end of the course, during regular session of examination) 2nd year students must take the exam not before the end of the course, after the conclusion of the second Part, so from may 2023).
If there will be to many students enlisted for the oral exam, there may be a brief written multiple-choice test on aulaweb (for both attending and not attending students). Only students who will pass the multiple-choice test will take the oral exam.
Department of Languages and Modern cultures
Syllabus and exam descriptions are the same as those for Laurea Magistrale in Giurisprudenza students, respectively for attending and not attending student, limited to Part I (for attending students there will be a written examination in December 2022).
Please note: All the students that want to take the oral exam must register online (within 5 days from the exam's day) by following the University's specific procedures.