Civil procedural law and criminal procedural law

A.Y. 2019/2020
12
Max ECTS
84
Overall hours
SSD
IUS/15 IUS/16
Language
Italian
Learning objectives
- buona conoscenza dei principi e delle nozioni fondamentali del diritto processuale civile e penale e di avere sviluppato capacità di comprensione del testo normativo, nella sua dimensione letterale e sistematica.
- capacità di applicare le nozioni apprese a casi specifici ponendosi dalla prospettiva, sia delle parti sia del giudicante.
- capacità di sapere elaborare posizioni argomentate e giuridicamente sostenibili con riferimento alle problematiche di diritto processuale oggetto del corso.
- capacità di esporre le nozioni acquisite con coerenza logica e proprietà di linguaggio.
- padronanza dei principi fondamentali del diritto processuale civile e penale, che gli consenta di affrontare, con coerenza sistematica, anche tematiche non approfondite nel corso.
Expected learning outcomes
al termine del corso lo studente, grazie alla conoscenza degli argomenti trattati, acquisirà una proficua comprensione della materia e dei suoi principi fondamentali, oltre che un metodo di ragionamento idoneo a sviluppare, in via autonoma, questioni giuridiche più articolate e complesse
Course syllabus and organization

Single session

Lesson period
year
Prerequisites for admission
To pass the exam students must be proficient in Criminal Law, private law and constitutional law.
Assessment methods and Criteria
As far as civil procedure is concerned, the exam consists of an oral test. The interview will assess the students' knowledge of the topics of the program, the extent of their comprehension and ability to extensively debate, the acquisition of an appropriate language, the ability of reprocessing from a critical perspective as well. There will be a written intermediate examination during the class.
As far as criminal procedure is concerned, the exam consists of an oral test. The interview will assess the students' knowledge of the topics of the program, the extent of their comprehension and ability to extensively debate, the acquisition of an appropriate language, the ability of reprocessing from a critical perspective as well.
Students are invited to sign in the final exam list when they have already attended one part.
CIVIL PROCEDURAL LAW
Course syllabus
The course analyzes the principles of the Italian civil litigation. The program of the course includes: 1) Notions and fundamental principles of the Italian litigation system; 2) Analysis of the proceedings before the courts of first instance; 3) Analysis of the principles on evidence and on legal remedies against the decisions of the courts
Teaching methods
Learning activities consist of 42 hours of lectures held by the teacher
Teaching Resources
On general principles E. Merlin, Elementi di diritto processuale civile. Parte generale, Pacini Giuridica, 2017 or F. P. Luiso, Diritto processuale civile, Vol. I, Milano, Giuffrè, last edition or , C. Mandrioli, Diritto processuale civile, vol. I, Torino, Giappichelli, last edition, c.d. editio maior
On the second part of the course: C. Mandrioli, Corso di diritto processuale civile, II, Il processo di cognizione, Torino, Giappichelli, last edition, c.d. editio minor, Capp. I, II, III, IV (sez. I), V, VIII (sez. I)
The use of an adjourned civil procedure code is compulsory: for instance: C. Ferri (a cura di), Codice di procedura civile e leggi collegate, Zanichelli, last ed.; B. Sassani, Codice di procedura civile e leggi complementari, Giuffré, last ed. .
CRIMINAL PROCEDURAL LAW
Course syllabus
General Section: The course is meant to describe the rules and regulations of the criminal trial, beginning from the supranational sources and the constitutional principles, and its concrete functioning from the pretrial investigations to the appeals.
In this respect, you will examine the role and power of different parts, public and private, who act within the criminal trial ant its main institutes, from a physiologic and pathologic prospective. Moreover, you will deal the dynamics internal to the "ordinary" trial and to the "special" proceedings.
Different models of trial - National and supranational sources and fundamental principles - Parties of the criminal proceeding - Acts - Rules on evidence - Arrest and precautionary measures - Preliminary investigations - Preliminary hearing - Defense investigations - Special proceedings - Judgment - Appeals - Review of trial.
Teaching methods
Learning activities consist of 42 hours of lectures held by the teacher
Teaching Resources
- G. LOZZI, Lineamenti di procedura penale, Torino, Giappichelli, nell'edizione più recente (following parts are excluded: V (L'esecuzione); VI (Rapporti giurisdizionali con autorità straniere); VII (Il processo minorile)
- Latest edition of the Code of criminal procedure
CIVIL PROCEDURAL LAW
IUS/15 - CIVIL PROCEDURAL LAW - University credits: 6
Lessons: 42 hours
CRIMINAL PROCEDURAL LAW
IUS/16 - CRIMINAL PROCEDURE - University credits: 6
Lessons: 42 hours
Professor: Zanetti Elena