The course aims to offer a deep knowledge of the institutional structure of the European Union, as extensively modified by Lisbon Treaty. The course also aims to give an overview of the most im-portant issues of substantive law of the Union with specific attention to the rules of the internal market.
Expected learning outcomes
- Knowledge and understanding of the subjects of the course. Students will be expected to demonstrate an adequate knowledge and understanding of the EU law and the European Inte-gration process and of the rules and principles which regulate the relationships between EU and national law (in particular, Italian law). - Ability to work with principles and provisions. Students will be expected to successfully apply the notions learnt during the course to practical cases, through the study of official documents of the EU and, in particular, the case-law of the European Court of Justice. - Independent judgment. Students will be expected to convincingly debate and put forward ar-guments with respect to the subjects of the course. - Legal terminology skills. Students will be expected to express the knowledge acquired during the course in a coherent, well-argued fashion as well as with proper legal terminology. - Ability to learn. Students will be expected to have acquired the basic skills to further develop and update their knowledge of EU law, by applying the legislative framework as well as the relevant case-law, also at a national level.