SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT (classe LM-81)-non attivo per anno accademicio 2014 2015

area Giurisprudenza
Laurea magistrale
A.A. 2014/2015
LM-81 - Scienze per la cooperazione allo sviluppo
Laurea magistrale
120
Crediti
Accesso
Libero con valutazione dei requisiti di accesso
2
Anni
Inglese
Governments are expected to adopt clear and focused practical measures for implementing sustainable development and ensuring the promotion of an economically, socially and environmentally sustainable future for present and future generations. Law professionals must elabourate solutions for many sustainable development problems- including new and emerging challenges related to cities, energy, water, food and ecosystems. It is generally recognized that there are strong links between the rule of law, economic development and poverty eradication: jurists therefore have a major role to play in building sustainable development.

In the light of the Rio "post-2015 framework", strong partnerships among organizations, businesses and academia are needed. The LL.M. Programme aims at improving the legal skills necessary to better grasp the three dimensions (economic, social and environmental) of sustainable development, at creating specialized learning pathways that will enable legal professionals not only to assess and improve the impact of single legal provisions, but also to adopt integrated and holistic approaches, which are at the very heart of the notion of sustainable development. The LL.M. Programme trains a new generation of legal specialists able to learn how to reconcile respect of fundamental rights with economic sustainability; LL.M. graduates will be able to create favorable conditions for long-term competitiveness, social cohesion and for better environmental protection, by updating the existing legal framework in accordance with the World Bank's emphasis on the need for "new, imaginative strategies and ways of thinking about what the law can do in the development realm". They will also be able to promote the development of approaches and normative policies, sustainable in theory but also effective in the practice, in key sectors such as climate and energy policies, management of natural resources, trade, finance, investments, competition, manufacturing, agriculture, transport, health.

Interdisciplinary Curriculum:

The LL.M. Programme offers an integrative curriculum to improve the synergies necessary to develop actions aimed at achieving a long-term improvement of the quality of life through the creation of sustainable legal strategies. The two year LL.M. Programme allows students to obtain advanced interdisciplinary training and knowledge of both local, international and transnational trends and strategies for sustainable development. The Program's unusually rich course offerings includes advanced courses in different areas, such as:
· International Law, International Law on Sustainable Development, European Union Law, Environmental Law (International, European and Comparative), International Refugee and Human Rights Law, International Trade Law, Administrative Law, Constitutional Law, Public Health, International Criminal Law, International Civil Procedure, Philosophy of Law, Civil Law, Comparative Law, Commercial Law, Contracts, Competition Law, Labour Law, Transport Law, Financial Law, Tax Law

as well as in all the relevant economic and sociological disciplines, such as like:
· Sociology, Geo-political Geography, Applied Economics (Industrial, Labour, Banking, Project Financing) , Economy Policy, Economic History.
Requisiti per il trasferimento
Admission requirements are common for all students. The basic requirement for admission is a recognized Bachelor's Degree, or an equivalent degree (180 ECTS credit in the European system) in Law, Economics, Political Science, International Relations. Italian students wishing to enroll in the LL.M degree in Sustainable Development must possess a three year Bachelor's degree pertaining to classes: L-14 (Scienze dei servizi giuridici), L-33 (Scienze economiche), L-36 (Scienze politiche e delle relazioni internazionali), L-37 (Scienze sociali per la cooperazione, lo sviluppo e la pace) or other qualification recognized as equivalent.
Candidates holding a foreign Bachelor's Degree will be admitted on condition that they have obtained the number of credits in Law and Economics established by the degree course's didactic regulations.
As far as language requirements, applicants whose native language is English, or is not English but hold a Bachelor's Degree from Universities where the language teaching is English, do not need to provide any certificate of language proficiency. For all other cases an English language competency of IELTS score 7 or better and 6.5 minimum in each category (reading, writing, listening and speaking) is required. Where the IELTS is not available, students may take the TOEFL test. For the TOEFL the minimum score is 100 overall, with a minimum of 25 in each individual component of reading, writing, listening and speaking.
The LL.M. Programme appeals to students wishing to develop a legal career in the field of Sustainable Development, with leading responsibilities in planning and managing (in the public or private sector) activities with great implications in the three dimensions of sustainable development: economic, social and environmental. Students will be prepared for career opportunities at the national, regional and international level. This include local authorities, public administration and private sector firms which operate - among others- in the fields of telecommunication, new technologies, water, sanitation, health, electric power and gas, transportation, infrastructure, agriculture. At international levels, they will have career opportunities at the various Institutions working on sustainable development such as the European Union, United Nations Agencies, OECD, ILO, World Bank, WTO, NGOs, central banks and development banks.
In details, the program aims at training the following professionals:
-experts in managing Public Administration
-experts in control of Public Administration
-experts in managing and controlling private companies (Corporate Social Responsibility Manager)
-experts in human resources
-experts in work organization
-specialists in financial activities
-market analysts
-company law experts
-state company law experts
-economic systems specialists
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SCIENZE DEI SERVIZI GIURIDICI (Classe L-14)

Elenco insegnamenti

Primo semestre
Attività formative Crediti Ore totali Lingua
Obbligatorio
Constitutionalism and sustainable development 9 63 Inglese
Geo-economics of sustainable development 6 42 Inglese
International law 9 63 Inglese
Sociology 9 63 Inglese
Secondo semestre
Attività formative Crediti Ore totali Lingua
Obbligatorio
Economics and economic policy 9 63 Inglese
The role of public administration in enhancing equitable and sustainable development 9 63 Inglese
World economic history from growth to sustainable development 9 63 Inglese
sarà attivato dall'A.A. 2015/2016
Non definito
Attività formative Crediti Ore totali Lingua
Obbligatorio
Final exam 21 Italiano
Periodo non specificato
Attività formative Crediti Ore totali Lingua
Facoltativo
Access to justice protecting human rights 6 42 Inglese
Agriculture and sustainable development 6 42 Inglese
Business and human rights 6 42 Inglese
Climate changes and energy policies in an international and comparative law perspective 6 42 Inglese
Corporate sustainability 6 42 Inglese
Current european union policies on sustainable development 6 42 Inglese
Eu current policies on migration and development 6 42 Inglese
European criminal law, human rights and sustainable development 6 42 Inglese
Gender justice and development 6 42 Inglese
Green economy and sustainable development 6 42 Inglese
Human rights from modernization to sustainable development 6 42 Inglese
International law on democracy and development 6 42 Inglese
International non-governmental and civil society organizations and human rights 6 42 Inglese
International refugee and human rights law 6 42 Inglese
International, european and comparative environmental law 6 42 Inglese
It infrastructures evolution, digital divide and internet legal framework in developing countries 6 42 Inglese
Law and society 6 42 Inglese
Law, culture and development in a global world 6 42 Inglese
Legal clinic on international protection 3 21 Inglese
Legal clinic: democracy and sustainable development 3 21 Inglese
Public health law and sustainable development 6 42 Inglese
Transnational criminal justice and sustainable development 6 42 Inglese
Primo semestre
Attività formative Crediti Ore totali Lingua
Obbligatorio
Constitutionalism and sustainable development 9 63 Inglese
Geo-economics of sustainable development 6 42 Inglese
International law 9 63 Inglese
Sociology 9 63 Inglese
Secondo semestre
Attività formative Crediti Ore totali Lingua
Obbligatorio
Economics and economic policy 9 63 Inglese
The role of public administration in enhancing equitable and sustainable development 9 63 Inglese
World economic history from growth to sustainable development 9 63 Inglese
sarà attivato dall'A.A. 2015/2016
Non definito
Attività formative Crediti Ore totali Lingua
Obbligatorio
Final exam 21 Italiano
Periodo non specificato
Attività formative Crediti Ore totali Lingua
Facoltativo
Applied economics 6 42 Inglese
Competition law and sustainable development policy in the eu 6 42 Inglese
Corporate interest, corporate social responsibility and financial reporting 6 42 Inglese
European e-commerce contract law 6 42 Inglese
Finance for development 6 42 Inglese
Financial law, antitrust and sustainable development 6 42 Inglese
Fundamental legal conceptions in a cross-cultural perspective 6 42 Inglese
International business law and dispute settlement mechanisms 6 42 Inglese
International investment law, dispute settlement and sustainable development 6 42 Inglese
International trade and economic development 6 42 Inglese
Legal clinic on international protection 3 21 Inglese
Legal clinic: democracy and sustainable development 3 21 Inglese
Management power and control mechanisms in corporate firm 6 42 Inglese
Negotiation and alternative dispute resolution 6 42 Inglese
Principles of law of contracts 6 42 Inglese
Principles of property law 6 42 Inglese
Public policy and taxation 6 42 Inglese
Sustainable development in global trade (WTO) law 6 42 Inglese
Sustainable transport: legal issues. market regulation, consumers' rights, environmental concerns 6 42 Inglese
Theory and practice of international tax law 6 42 Inglese
Trade liberalization and labour rights 6 42 Inglese
Transnational litigation, european and comparative civil procedure 6 42 Italiano
Presidente del Collegio Didattico
ANGELICA BONFANTI