The aim of the course is to acquire specific language skills for understanding and application in the le-gal field. The lessons will make students able to approach the reading of the various types of legal documents (laws, manuals, professional documents, doctrine), as well as to develop and refine the practice of spoken and written legal language. The teaching does not intend to provide precise infor-mation on a given topic, but to make students discover the French law's logic so that they can com-municate in a legal context having some knowledge of the subject.
- The Sources of Law
- French and European Institutions
- The Judicial System
- Legal Personality
- Contracts and Companies
- Consumer Protection
- Labour Law
For attending students the course of each lesson is divided into two stages:
- A presentation of the general characteristics of the French legal system;
- Exercises on the various topics treated on the basis of legal texts (judgments, professional documents, etc.) and sound documents.
Lectures on the main topics of the subject matter to be integrated with the materials provided to the students by the teacher and available in the e-learning platform.
For non-attending students, the program corresponds to the suggested text-book .
|Michel Soignet||Le Français juridique (Edizione 1)||Hachette||2009||ISBN 978-2-011-55200-6|
Attending students: oral exam on the topics dealt with during the course and the related teaching materials uploaded on the e-learning platform.
Non-attending students: oral exam on the entire programme. It provides two general questions and a reading, comprehension and translation exercise.
Language used in the final exam: French
The exam is intended to verify the knowledge of the basic categories of french law and the ability to illustrate them correctly in French language.
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