|Monday||9:30 AM - 11:30 AM||lesson||Lecture Hall G|
|Wednesday||11:30 AM - 1:30 PM||lesson||Lecture Hall I.C.I.S.S. A|
This course intends to analyse the field of family law in multiple perspectives; the programme is dedicated for students who would like to integrate the basics of family law already studied in Private Law Institutions. Especially, this course analyses family as social formation and fundamental right, consequences of the marriage, filiation bonds and family crisis.
The aim of the course is to train student with critical approach regarding family law questions under an unitary vision of the legal system, particularly with regard to the duties of operators to raise awareness of wide practical issues.
The knowledge acquired would allow, first of all, technical and professional instruments for students to assist families, stimulating the capacities of setting up networks of legal experts (judges, lawyers, legal guardian and curator) and others professionals (social services, educator and teachers). Secondly, this course will permit students to work taking on the ethic and professional responsibility thanks to the study of juridical issues underlying family conflicts.
Lectures, with active participation by the students including through the analysis of case studies. Students are strongly advised to come to lectures with the relevant legislation so that they can develop an adequate ability to read and interpret the law. Anyway, students have the possibility to resolve uncertainties during the weekly student meeting according the timetable published in the professor’s webpage.
For attending students:
Family law and family relationships: new family models e new forms of parenthood.
The courts and administrative bodies charged with protecting family and juveniles: juvenile justice (functions, structure, division of powers among various bodies, prospects for reform); social services and juveniles; interaction between the administrative authorities and the courts.
Separation and dissolution of marriage and minors’ protection.
Protection from domestic violence and Tort law in areas of family and minors’ law.
Filiation: Parental responsibility limits to and lapse of parental authority, and removal of children from their parents' custody.
Adoption and foster care.
For no attending students:
Family law and family relationships.
Contract of marriage. Void and voidable marriage.
Matrimonial property law and family arrangements.
Separation and dissolution of marriage.
Filiation and adoption of the children. Parent and child relationships (guardianship and maintenance).
Indications as to reading material on specific topics will be given at lectures and posted on e-learning.
No attending students
F. RUSCELLO, Diritto di famiglia, Pacini, Pisa 2017.
Kindle recommended use of an updated Civil Code
|Francesco Ruscello||Diritto di famiglia||Pacini||2020|