The aim of the course is to provide students an overview, also through the solution of problems and concrete cases, of two important topics of the “general part” of the criminal law and some specific sectors of the “special part” of the Italian penal code. The purpose is to deepen and update the knowledge of the Italian criminal law system also by means of the solution of specific problems and the critical analysis of some leading cases. The course is divided in two parts: a general part and a special part.
The general part will concern:
1)the relationships between the Italian Criminal law and the European Law, especially after the entry into force of the Treaty of Lisbon on 1st November 2009;
2)the new corporate liability system introduced into the Italian legal system with the legislative decree n. 231/2001.
The special part will concern:
1)offences against Public Administration and the recent reform about the corruption introduced by L. 190/2012 and by Law 69/2015;
2)offences against the person
3)offences against the property
Students who attend the course can develop also short papers, in agreement with professors, replacing parts of the program.
The oral exam has the following goals:
Level and depth of study and understanding
Capacity to connect systematically the understanding
Analitycal and arguing ability
Evaluation runs on a scale from 0 to 30 (successful completion of the examination starts from 18)
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