20110669 - Activities: The Allocation of Risk in Carriage-By-Sea Contracts

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Mutuazione: 20110669 Attività: La ripartizione del rischio nei contratti di trasporto marittimo in GIURISPRUDENZA LMG/01 GALEOTTI SARA


Learning Outcomes
Having successfully completed this module you will be able to:
- Distinguish relevant from irrelevant materials.
- Identify and analyse key issues.
- Think critically.
Knowledge and Understanding
Having successfully completed this module, you will be able to demonstrate knowledge and understanding of:
- The historical legal principles, nautical customs, current rules and major technical standards that compose the law applicable on international navigation.
- The development and content of navigation law, in considering – among other factors – also commercial policy considerations, and the challenges that ships may encounter while at the high seas, within waters of coastal sovereignty or specialised jurisdiction, and in special navigation regions.

Core Documentation

The course material will be uploaded on the Uniroma Tre e-learning platform.

Type of delivery of the course

This module is taught through seminars (5 x 2hours) which will combine lecture-style and interactive tutorial-style teaching. You are expected to prepare for the seminars by completing allocated reading or any other task. The most important part of learning is your own independent study. This will, however, be closely guided, and firmly tied into the lectures, seminars and assessment.

Type of evaluation

By the end of the module, it is expected that students should have the knowledge and understanding to formulate, in an autonomous and critical way, judgements and elaborated arguments on the main legal questions dealt with in class. The examination will take place for every student with an interview. C corresponds to a sufficient, yet low and basic, knowledge of the subject; B shows a more than sufficient / discreet knowledge of the subject; A shows a good or very good knowledge of the subject as well as a commendable critical skills. A+ corresponds to a very good or excellent knowledge along with high critical, analytical and connection skills.