|SCIENTIFIC DISCIPLINARY SECTOR
Propedeuticità in uscita
The matter concerns the study of the discipline applicable to the organization of the State, to territorial autonomy and to the constitutionally relevant subjective situations of citizens and non-citizens resident or residing, in the light of the constitutional and implementing provisions, with the necessary references to the international and European Union law.
The teaching is fundamental and preparatory to almost all the other teachings of the course.
AIMS AND CONTENT
The Course of Constitutional Law I (basic) aims to introduce the fundamental public law issues, the acquisition of familiarity with the theoretical and dogmatic legal reasoning, the critical learning of essential notions, as well as the acquisition of the scientific and professional training required to continue the legal studies
The teaching consists of lectures, for a total of 54 hours (equal to 9 credits), during which the main theoretical notions of the subject will be presented and analysed, but examples and practical cases will also be proposed and discussed. When necessary, texts of particular relevance will be attached to Aulaweb on the basis of which to start specific insights and a collective comparison. Interested students will also be able to propose and present to the class judgments or other issues subject to individual study.
Occasionally officials, scholars and experts may be invited to lecture on topics of particular interest and current affairs, also in order to allow students to acquire greater awareness of the concrete and applicative dimension of the subject.
A handbook chosen from:
R. Bin and G. Pitruzzella,Diritto costituzionale, latest edition, Giappichelli, Turin
P. Caretti, U. De Siervo, Diritto costituzionale e pubblico, 2023, Giappicelli, Turin
In the perspective of a practical approach to the study of the subject, it is also recommended to consult:
P. Costanzo, Testi normativi per lo studio del diritto costituzionale italiano ed europeo: I. Profili organizzativi, Fourteenth edition (or later), Giappichelli, Turin
TEACHERS AND EXAM BOARD
FRANCESCA BAILO (President)
MICHELE FRANCAVIGLIA (President Substitute)
PATRIZIA MAGARO' (President Substitute)
VINCENZO SCIARABBA (President Substitute)
MARCO BERRUTI (Substitute)
FABIO GAGGERO (Substitute)
MARCO MARAZZINI (Substitute)
I semester from September 2023
The exam takes place in oral form and is normally divided into three/four open questions. The student may be asked to reason on the documents brought by the aforementioned normative texts for the study of Italian and European constitutional law in the light of the national constitutional chronicle.
The oral exam aims to verify the effective knowledge and acquisition by the student of the basic theoretical notions as well as his ability to identify and apply the reference standards to specific concrete cases.