The course aims at providing students with an in-depth knowledge of the main institutional issues of the international and EU legal orders, and a method of analysis apt to face these issues.
Expected learning outcomes
- Knowledge and understanding of the topics forming part of the programme. Students must demonstrate the acquisition of an adequate knowledge and understanding of international law and the process of European integration, and of the rules and principles governing the relationship between international and European law and domestic law. - Re-elaboration capacity of principles and rules. Students must demonstrate their ability to apply the legal notions to specific cases through the study of official documents of the main international organisations and the EU and, of the international, EU and domestic case law. - Judgment autonomy. Students must demonstrate their ability to take positions that are grounded on proper legal arguments with respect to the topics of the course. - Control of terminology. Students must demonstrate that they can express their notions of international and EU law with a proper language and argumentative consistency. - Learning capacity. Students must demonstrate the acquisition of the basic tools for acquiring and updating their knowledge of international and EU law, by referring to the proper normative and case-law framework.
Lesson period: year
(In case of multiple editions, please check the period, as it may vary)