- Analyzing the different systems of protection of human rights (EU law; Coe law and national level); - Examining the European law framework; - Analyzing the relationship between the European law system (UE and COE) and the domestic one. - Examining the relevant European and domestic case law.
Expected learning outcomes
By the end of this course, students should be able to: - interpret the European legal framework on the access to justice; - understand and evaluate critically the relevant jurisprudence developed by the European Courts and by the domestic Supreme Courts; - understand and evaluate critically the relationship between the European and the national guarantees protecting the access to justice; - use their communication skills (written and oral) in this field, including arguing convincingly, with logical and legal thoroughness and propriety of legal language.
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Assessment methods: Esame Assessment result: voto verbalizzato in trentesimi