Administrative Law 2 (2016/2017)

Course code
4S02528
Name of lecturers
Sergio Moro, Paolo Duret
Coordinator
Sergio Moro
Number of ECTS credits allocated
9
Academic sector
IUS/10 - ADMINISTRATIVE LAW
Language of instruction
Italian
Location
VERONA
Period
1° periodo di lezioni dal Oct 3, 2016 al Dec 16, 2016.

Lesson timetable

1° periodo di lezioni
Day Time Type Place Note
Tuesday 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM lesson Office Studio, G  
Wednesday 4:30 PM - 6:30 PM lesson Lecture Hall Aula Magna  
Friday 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM lesson Lecture Hall Cipolla, Falcone e Borsellino (ex-aula C)  

Learning outcomes

The course deals with administrative activity understood as the totality of the acts and operations – globally relevant – aimed at pursuing the public interest and the judicial and procedural remedies available in order to protect the citizen against the public administration.
Adopting a perspective focusing on problem solving, the course will aim to provide fundamental notions and the method for understanding and interpreting the normative provisions resulting from administrative activity and identifying evolutionary trends within administrative law.

Syllabus

The constitutional framework for administrative law.
Administrative activity regulated by public law.
Administrative procedure.
Administrative decisions.
The invalidity of administrative decisions.
Transactional activity of the public administration.
Administrative agreements.
Contracts concluded by the public administration.
Liability of the administration and its agents.
General framework of protection against the public administration.
Administrative remedies.
Administrative procedure (fundamental concepts)

Reference books
Author Title Publisher Year ISBN Note
M. CLARICH Manuale di diritto amministrativo (Edizione 4) il Mulino 2019

Assessment methods and criteria

The examination is comprised of a written paper and an oral discussion. There is no need to attain a specific grade in the written paper in order to take the oral discussion; however, it will be taken into account when assessing students. The written paper will be comprised of five open questions, three of which are intended to verify knowledge of fundamental categories of administrative law and two the ability to contextualise the knowledge acquired within a systematic framework. The oral discussion, which will discuss the written paper, is intended to test the ability to reason in relation to legal questions arising within administrative law.

Teaching aids

Documents

STUDENT MODULE EVALUATION - 2016/2017