This course will provide basic principles of administrative law (organization and administrative activities). During the course will be analyzed the role of the administrative courts in the protection of citizen's rights. Particular attention will be devoted to the areas of transparency and anticorruption.
Expected learning outcomes
Knowledge and understanding of the concepts and principles of Administrative law and case law. Advanced capacity to apply legal reasoning and provide appropriate responses to hypothetical administrative law problems. Good skills in written communication in the contest of administrative law.
The course treats the juridical order of public administrations: the notion of Public Administration, the administrative organization and the responsabilities of the pubblic officials.
Prerequisites for admission
General knowledge of Public Law.
Face to face lectures and group assignments that consist of presentations given by students on a selection of issues.
G. Rossi, "principi di diritto amministrativo", Giappichelli, 2017 capitoli I, II, III, V.
Assessment methods and Criteria
There will be an oral and individual final exam at the end of the term wich will test the student's knowledge and understanding of the topics covered in class. There will be also a mid-term in class test opened only to attending students (50% of the final grade). The final evaluation will take into account the results of all the activities during the course.