Legal studies Cesare Beccaria

Dottorati
Doctoral programme (PhD)
A.Y. 2020/2021
Study area
Humanities, Social Sciences and Law
Doctoral programme (PhD)
3
Years
Dip. Scienze giuridiche "Cesare Beccaria" - Via Festa del Perdono, 7 - Milano
Italian
The programme provides high-level interdisciplinary training during which the doctoral student is offered the possibility of further study of law, with special reference to criminal law and procedure, Roman law, history, philosophy and sociology of law, and ecclesiastic and canon law.
The programme includes lessons and active participation at seminars, during which the student will be encouraged to research different topics in detail. He/she will also be involved in research projects promoted by the Board of Lecturers and will be urged to write and publish contributions in the framework of these projects.
During the three-year period, the student will write an original scientific paper under the supervision of one or more tutors. The paper may be interdisciplinary.
A number of courses and seminars may be conducted in English. Part of the programme may also be conducted at a foreign university or research institute.
Classi di laurea magistrale - Classes of master's degree :
LM-52 Relazioni internazionali,
LM-56 Scienze dell'economia,
LM-62 Scienze della politica,
LM-63 Scienze delle pubbliche amministrazioni,
LM-78 Scienze filosofiche,
LM-81 Scienze per la cooperazione allo sviluppo,
LM-84 Scienze storiche,
LM-88 Sociologia e ricerca sociale,
LMG/01 Giurisprudenza.
Dip. Scienze giuridiche "Cesare Beccaria" - Via Festa del Perdono, 7 - Milano
Title Professor(s)
The Legal Framework of the Public Managers’ Employment Relationship between Autonomy and Responsibility
Curriculum: Philosophy and sociology of law, ecclesiastic and canon law
Law, religion and economics
Curriculum: Philosophy and sociology of law, ecclesiastic and canon law
Canon Law and the Other Religious Laws in Interaction with the Secular Legal Systems
Curriculum: Philosophy and sociology of law, ecclesiastic and canon law
The Right to Religious Freedom in International, Comparative and European Union Law
Curriculum: Philosophy and sociology of law, ecclesiastic and canon law
M. Rodríguez Blanco
Globalization, Rights, Democracy and Normative Pluralism
Curriculum: Philosophy and sociology of law, ecclesiastic and canon law
Conflict, Deviance and Social Behavior
Curriculum: Philosophy and sociology of law, ecclesiastic and canon law
Sociological and Legal-Realist Theories of Law
Curriculum: Philosophy and sociology of law, ecclesiastic and canon law
Legal gender studies: philosophical and sociological perspectives
Curriculum: Philosophy and sociology of law, ecclesiastic and canon law
Social Ontology, Legal Epistemology and Jurisprudence
Curriculum: Philosophy and sociology of law, ecclesiastic and canon law
Logic and Legal Informatics, Theory of Legal Reasoning, Methods of Legal Interpretation, and Analysis of Legal Language
Curriculum: Philosophy and sociology of law, ecclesiastic and canon law
Democracy, Justice and rights during sanitary emergencies
Curriculum: Philosophy and sociology of law, ecclesiastic and canon law; Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure
Theory of Justice, Metaethics, Public Ethics, Bio-ethics, Business Ethics and, more in general, Applied Ethics.
Curriculum: Philosophy and sociology of law, ecclesiastic and canon law
Forms of belonging and transmission of property rights
Curriculum: Roman law and history of law
Obligation rights in the Roman legal thought
Curriculum: Roman law and history of law
T. Rüfner
Justice and Law in ancient World
Curriculum: Roman law and history of law
T. Finkenauer
The Challenge of the Civilian Tradition in the Dialogue between Legal Systems in 21st century: Europe e Asia
Curriculum: Roman law and history of law
The institutes of private and of public law in the legal experience of the ancient Mediterranean legal systems
Curriculum: Roman law and history of law
D. Kremer
Health policies in a historical perspective
Curriculum: Roman law and history of law
Is codification still a feasible model? New perspectives of the sources of law in the age of globalization
Curriculum: Roman law and history of law
Continuity and discontinuity in the Italian criminal trial: individual guarantees and repressive demands
Curriculum: Roman law and history of law
Political Guidelines' in the Constitutions of the 20th Century
Curriculum: Roman law and history of law
A. Dal Ri
Juridical theories of sovereignty from a historical perspective
Curriculum: Roman law and history of law
Repression and punishment in the early modern period
Curriculum: Roman law and history of law
Criminal Liability and Fundamental Rights
Curriculum: Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure
J. Margulies
The Fight against Corruption: Prevention and Prosecution in a Domestic and International Context
Curriculum: Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure
F. Londoño Martinez
Immigration, Fundamental Rights and the Criminal Law
Curriculum: Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure
V. Mitsilegas
C. Lernestedt
Crime and Punishment: controversial issues between theory and practice
Curriculum: Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure
F. Londoño Martinez
C. Lernestedt
Criminal Law, Science and Technolgies
Curriculum: Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure
Business and economic crime: controversial issues
Curriculum: Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure
F. Londoño Martinez
N. Brandao
Fair trial, law of evidence and human rights
Curriculum: Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure
Pre-trial measures affecting property
Curriculum: Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure
Different models of criminal justice
Curriculum: Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure
International criminal justice
Curriculum: Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure
Prison and Fundamental Rights
Curriculum: Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure
J. Margulies
Criminal appeals after reforms
Curriculum: Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure
The impact of Covid -19 emergency law on the criminal justice system
Curriculum: Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure
The limits to freedom of expression and criminal law (negationism, hate speech, incitement to violence, fake news)
Curriculum: Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure; Philosophy and sociology of law, ecclesiastic and canon law
C. Lernestedt
Populism and criminal law
Curriculum: Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure; Philosophy and sociology of law, ecclesiastic and canon law
F. Londoño Martinez

Enrollment

Places available: 6


Call for applications


Please refer to the call for admission test dates and contents, and how to register.


Application for admission: from 15/07/2020 to 14/09/2020


Application for matriculation: from 12/10/2020 to 16/10/2020


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