Labour transactional law and litigation

A.Y. 2020/2021
6
Max ECTS
42
Overall hours
SSD
IUS/07 IUS/15
Language
Italian
Learning objectives
Undefined
Expected learning outcomes
Undefined
Course syllabus and organization

Single session

Responsible
Lesson period
Second semester
Due to the medical emergency, but only if necessary, lessons, usually based on practises in presence, could be held remotely. If the number of students allows it, synchronous modes are preferred, using IT platform Microsoft Teams.
No change is projected to the program and the teaching materials, which will be shared, as usual, through Ariel platform.
No changes as well to the final assess of students' learning, based on one and only written test at the end of the three modules.
Prerequisites for admission
The students, as expected by the Programme Description, must have passed the exams of Private Law and Constitutional Law. To face up properly the contents of the course, the previous knowledge of Labour Law and Civil Procedure Law is also required.
Assessment methods and Criteria
At the end of the three modules, a one ad only written test is held to assess the level of students' learning. The outline of a legal case is given to the students, so that they can draw up the most appropriate deed for their client's interests, with the respect of the formal requirements and the solution of the substantive query.
Parameters of evaluation of the written test are: the formal correctness of the deed, tha capability of organize knowledge, the capability of critical reasoning, the dialectic effectiveness of the defence, the correct use of legal vocabulary.
During the final test the use of codes with decisions of the courts is allowed.
The assestment is out of thirty. The results of the test are sent to the students by e-mail, so that they can accept the evaluation and the mark can be registered.
I modulo
Course syllabus
In the first module, students learn how to face up to the cases suggested, in the perspective of the arrangement of the trial.
In particular, they are taught to tell the relevant facts from the non relevant, using the patterns developed by the courts about the most important kinds of disputes.
Teaching methods
In the first module, the students, through practises introduced by short tehoretical lessons, can learn how to choose the facts which are to be submitted to the judge. In particular, they are taught to tell the relevant facts from the non relevant, using the patterns developed by the courts about the most important kinds of disputes.
Teaching attendance is compulsory, as participation and interaction during classroom exercises are co-essential to achieve the expected results.
Teaching Resources
As this is a practical course, there are no adopted textbooks.
The material relating to the individual types of acts subject to exercise, as well as the practical cases treated, is provided by the teacher during the lesson or through the Ariel platform. The most significant jurisprudence on the cases examined is also made available through Ariel after the correction of the assigned documents.
II modulo
Course syllabus
The second module is focused on the drawing up of the main deeds of the italian labour trial. The practical lessons are organized so that the students can apply the different techniques learnt during the previous module, playing the role of claimant and defendant, of appellant and resistant in the labour procedure. In particular, the formal requirements of the deeds are illustrated to the students, with special attention to the rules set by civil procedure code, as interpreted by the main courts.
Teaching methods
Teaching is provided in different ways but is in any case focused on the analysis of practical cases, exercises and simulations in the classroom, common activities for the correction of the written works prepared by the students. The drafting technique is refined starting from the analysis of the normative data and continuing with the examination of the case law of reference. Reasoned models of the various acts are also provided, other than simple forms.
Teaching attendance is compulsory, as participation and interaction during classroom exercises are co-essential to achieve the expected results.
Teaching Resources
As this is a practical course, there are no adopted textbooks.
The material relating to the individual types of acts subject to exercise, as well as the practical cases treated, is provided by the teacher during the lesson or through the Ariel platform. The most significant jurisprudence on the cases examined is also made available through Ariel after the correction of the assigned documents.
III modulo
Course syllabus
In the third module, practical exercises illustrate the methods, even stylistic, which the students should follow for the drafting of the main deeds in the employment realtionship's management: in particular, deeds about disciplinary proceedings, individual and collective dismissings, employees' movements, transactions in protected offices are examinated.
Teaching methods
The last module is dedicated to the drafting tecniques of the main deeds in the emplyment relationship's management.
Teaching is focused on the analysis of practical cases, exercises and simulations in the classroom, common activities for the correction of the written works prepared by the students.
Teaching attendance is compulsory, as participation and interaction during classroom exercises are co-essential to achieve the expected results.
Teaching Resources
As this is a practical course, there are no adopted textbooks.
The material relating to the individual types of acts subject to exercise, as well as the practical cases treated, is provided by the teacher during the lesson or through the Ariel platform. The most significant jurisprudence on the cases examined is also made available through Ariel after the correction of the assigned documents.
I modulo
IUS/07 - LABOUR LAW - University credits: 0
IUS/15 - CIVIL PROCEDURAL LAW - University credits: 0
Lessons: 14 hours
Professor: Ingrao Alessandra
II modulo
IUS/07 - LABOUR LAW - University credits: 0
IUS/15 - CIVIL PROCEDURAL LAW - University credits: 0
Lessons: 14 hours
Professor: Salvioni Teresa
III modulo
IUS/07 - LABOUR LAW - University credits: 0
IUS/15 - CIVIL PROCEDURAL LAW - University credits: 0
Lessons: 14 hours
Professor: Ingrao Alessandra
Professor(s)
Reception:
Mon 11:00
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