The course provides students with concepts and tools for understanding a particular area of constitutional law: the judiciary.
Students will be able to analyze and interpret the norms contained within Title IV, Part II of the Constitution, and begin to develop autonomy towards interpreting and critically reflecting upon various aspects of the Italian judicial system.
The following subjects will be covered during the course:
- introductory notions: jurisdictions and judges
- Ordinary courts: organization and functions
- Special courts: typology and functions
- The judicial system
- Guarantees of independence and autonomy, and the concept of impartiality
- The C.S.M. (The Superior Council of the Judiciary)
- The judiciary and other state powers
- The due process of law
|Massimo Luciani||Interpretazione conforme a Costituzione||Giuffrè||2016||Si tratta di una voce dell'Enciclopedia del Diritto, Annali IX, pp. 391-475. Sono escluse le note.|
|Giampietro Ferri||La magistratura in italia. Raccolta di scritti (Edizione 2)||Giappichelli||2021||978-88-921-3834-6|
The final exam is to assess the learning outcomes indicated above.
The student will be examined through oral questioning on the judiciary, demonstrating their capacity to interpret and critically reflect upon various aspects of the Italian judicial system.
ERASMUS students should discuss exam options with the professor.
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