20110603 - Legal Clinic European law Perspectives on Innovation Challenges - EPIC Jean Monnet Module

The training objective is to offer students a useful path for understanding social changes, as well as for the protection of individuals and for the technological innovation’s regulation in the digital context. The project proposal is part of the European regulatory framework relating to competition law and consumers protection (with a focus on the vulnerable individuals rights).
Objectives: the "legal clinic” aims to: 1) offer students a qualified legal training on private law discipline related to new technologies with relevant attention to the digital consumer, adopting an innovative learning method based on a practical approach; 2) promote greater awareness about problems of people in situations of discomfort in accessing to justice and rights protection ; 3) build a network of collaboration between academics (students and professors), qualified lawyers and civil society organizations, operating in the context of consumers protection; 4) develop jurisdictional strategies designed to overcome the most relevant weaknesses of actual legislation and its non-conformity to international standards.
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Mutuazione: 20110603 Clinica legale in diritto dell’innovazione e del consumatore digitale - EPIC Modulo Jean Monnet in GIURISPRUDENZA LMG/01 BATTELLI ETTORE


https://www.epic-romatre.eu/calendario-didattico/ 2022-2023 (in corso di pubblicazione).

Core Documentation

ETTORE BATTELLI, Diritto privato digitale, Giappichelli, Torino, 2022.
The Professor will supply all the required materials (mainly slides and notes) available on the e-learning platform.

Type of delivery of the course

The teaching method adopts modern active-learning techniques which focuses on lectures, discussion and practical cases analysis.

Type of evaluation

The course is aimed at facilitating professional choices through direct knowledge of the work sector to which the preparation acquired during lectures may provide access. To this purpose, assiduous attendance at the lectures (at least 9) and active participation in the classroom constitute evaluation criteria, as well as a final written test and with multiple choice questions.