Workshop on EU migration and asylum law

A.Y. 2021/2022
6
Max ECTS
42
Overall hours
SSD
IUS/08 IUS/10 IUS/13 IUS/14 IUS/17
Language
Italian
Learning objectives
Teaching objectives and expected learning outcomes: - Ability to understand and analyze legal issues related to the selected practical cases. The student must demonstrate to have acquired an adequate ability to identify, understand and analyze the legal issues underlying the practical cases of European, constitutional and administrative law proposed, with particular attention to the profiles concerning the protection of fundamental rights. - Ability to revise with a critical sense and autonomy of judgment the issues involved in practical cases. The student must demonstrate the ability to analyze the normative and jurisprudential sources, as well as to adapt the learned legal notions and his own knowledge of the subjects of the program to the specific needs of the jurisprudential practice and, more specifically, of the drafting of legal acts. - Ability to identify solutions to practical cases. The student must demonstrate the ability to identify persuasive solutions to the concrete legal problems identified, showing that he/she takes into account the specificities and purposes of the individual legal act. - Practical ability to draft legal acts. The student must demonstrate that he/she has acquired the necessary tools to draft legal acts of various kinds with coherent argumentation and terminological mastery.
Expected learning outcomes
At the end of the course the student will have acquired: (i) a good ability to identify, understand and analyze the legal issues and problems underlying concrete cases, with particular reference to the profiles related to the protection of fundamental rights; (ii) the ability to critically analyze and rework the issues involved in practical cases; (iii) the ability to identify persuasive solutions to concrete legal problems; (iv) the necessary tools to draft legal acts with mastery of the legal terminology pertaining to the subjects covered by the program and to argue the theses advanced therein with consistency.
Course syllabus and organization

Single session

Responsible
Lesson period
Second semester
Prerequisites for admission
As per the teaching regulations of the degree course; in particular, institutions of private law, constitutional law, international law and European Union law are preparatory.
Assessment methods and Criteria
Three deeds will be drawn up in each module. The drafting of the deeds allows to verify the student's learning ability.
The final grade will be awarded jointly by the Lecturers on the basis of students' active participation (reports, etc.) to the lessons and the deeds drawn up during the three modules.
I Modulo
Course syllabus
The protection of fundamental rights before the Constitutional Court and the European Court of Human Rights.
Teaching methods
Students will be guided in the drafting of acts relating to the selected practical cases (drafting of a referral to the Constitutional Court).
Teaching Resources
The study and useful material for the drafting of the proceedings will be made available during the course .
II Modulo
Course syllabus
International protection, conditions, forms, procedure. The appeal before the Court.
The module will be dedicated to the preparation of an appeal against a refusal of international protection by the Territorial Commission.
Teaching methods
The students will be guided in the drafting of legal deeds related to the selected practical cases (drafting of an introductory deed of judicial appeal)
Teaching Resources
The study and useful material for the drafting of the proceedings will be made available during the course .
III Modulo
Course syllabus
The protection of the foreigner before administrative jurisdiction with particular reference to residence.
Teaching methods
The students will be guided in the drafting of legal deeds related to the selected practical cases (drafting of an introductory deed of judicial appeal)
Teaching Resources
The study and useful material for the drafting of the proceedings will be made available during the course.
I Modulo
IUS/08 - CONSTITUTIONAL LAW - University credits: 0
IUS/10 - ADMINISTRATIVE LAW - University credits: 0
IUS/13 - INTERNATIONAL LAW - University credits: 0
IUS/14 - EUROPEAN UNION LAW - University credits: 0
IUS/17 - CRIMINAL LAW - University credits: 0
Lessons: 14 hours
Professor: Pellizzone Irene
II Modulo
IUS/08 - CONSTITUTIONAL LAW - University credits: 0
IUS/10 - ADMINISTRATIVE LAW - University credits: 0
IUS/13 - INTERNATIONAL LAW - University credits: 0
IUS/14 - EUROPEAN UNION LAW - University credits: 0
IUS/17 - CRIMINAL LAW - University credits: 0
Lessons: 14 hours
Professor: Di Pascale Alessia
III Modulo
IUS/08 - CONSTITUTIONAL LAW - University credits: 0
IUS/10 - ADMINISTRATIVE LAW - University credits: 0
IUS/13 - INTERNATIONAL LAW - University credits: 0
IUS/14 - EUROPEAN UNION LAW - University credits: 0
IUS/17 - CRIMINAL LAW - University credits: 0
Lessons: 14 hours
Professor(s)
Reception:
Wednesday at 17.00
Room at ground floor, Department of Public Law