The course deals with administrative law, namely the law governing the public administrations and their relations with private individuals. In particular, the object of study is:
administrative organisation understood as the complex body of offices coordinated according to an administrative plan;
administrative activity understood as the totality of the acts and operations – globally relevant – aimed at pursuing the public interest.
The course has a twofold objective:
• providing the fundamental notions and the method for critically understanding and interpreting administrative law.
• developing an ability for problem solving based on logical argumentation – which should be presented using technically correct and appropriate terminology – of legal problems relating to administrative organisation and activity.
Public Administration and Constitution:
- constitutional principles and their implementation through legislation. -Recent constitutional changes and new perspectives of administration;
- administration and globalisation.
Authorities and functions:
- the central Government and its reformed structure;
- local government and its role;
- authorities and Agencies;
- public corporations, foundations and other bodies pursuing public interests.
The administrative activity: procedures and decisions; the use of discretionary power; the abuse of discretion and invalidity.
Basic notions of administrative justice and judicial review of administrative action.
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The exam will be carried out as oral exam, intended to verify knowledge of fundamental categories of administrative law and the ability to contextualise the knowledge acquired within a systematic framework and to test the ability to reason in relation to legal questions arising within administrative law.