21810349 - INSTITUTIONS OF PUBLIC LAW

The course aims to provide an overview of constitutional history, of sources of law, organization of public powers, the organs of the State, the European Union, Regional and Local Government. It is also proposed to introduce and analyze the legislation for the protection of fundamental rights and freedoms guaranteed by the Constitution. Finally, it aims to give the fundamental elements of Italian constitutional justice.

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IANNUZZI ANTONIO

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Programme

Elements of constitutional history. Form of government in Italy. The sources of constitutional law. Italy and the European Union. The Parliament. The Government and the public administration. The President of the Republic. Constitutional principles concerning the public administration. Other organs. The territorial autonomies. Rights and liberties. Constitutional principles concerning the jurisdiction. Constitutional justice.


Core Documentation

1) F. MODUGNO (a cura di), Diritto pubblico, Giappichelli, Torino, 2021 (except pagg. 1-104).
2) M. AINIS, Sette profili di diritto pubblico, Jovene, Napoli, 2013.
3) E. CHELI, Nata per unire, Il Mulino, Bologna, 2012, pp. 1-135.

Reference Bibliography

1) Commentario della Costituzione, a cura di G. Branca-A. Pizzorusso, tutti i Volumi, Zanichelli, Roma. 2) Commentario breve alla Costituzione, a cura di S. Bartole-R. Bin, Cedam, Padova, 2008. 3) Commentario alla Costituzione, a cura di R. Bifulco-A. Celotto-M. Olivetti, Voll. I, II, III, UTET Giuridica, Torino, 2006. 4) La Costituzione italiana. Commento articolo per articolo, a cura di F. Clementi, L. Cuocolo, F. Rosa, G.E. Vigevani, Voll. I, II, Il Mulino, Bologna, 2021. 5) Grammatica del costituzionalismo, a cura di C. Caruso-C. Valentini, Il Mulino, Bologna, 2021.

Type of delivery of the course

Frontal lessons. Exercises on current constitutional. In-depth seminars on relevant issues of public law.

Attendance

Class participation is strongly recommended but not mandatory.

Type of evaluation

The student’s knowledge at the end of the course will be assessed by means of an oral exam. This examination aims to verify the student ability to sum up and communicate information, to think critically and to use the appropriate juridical terms. The test consists of three or more questions aimed at assessing the learning outcome and the grades will be decided on the basis of the following criteria: less than 18/30: the student does not have a sufficient level of knowledge and it corresponds to a fail. 18-20/30: the student has acquired a bare minimum level of knowledge 21-23/30: the student has acquired a sufficient level of knowledge and the ability to understand notions and institutions of public law 24-26/30: the student has acquired a good level of knowledge and the ability to understand notions and institutions of public law 27-29/30 the student has acquired a very good level of knowledge and the ability to understand notions and institutions of public law as well as being able to think critically and communicate effectively 30-30 cum laude: the student has acquired an excellent level of knowledge and the capacity to understand notions and institutions of public law as well as having excellent communications skills and the ability to think critically.

SICLARI MASSIMO

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Programme

Concepts of law and State. Sources of law. Italy and European Union. Parliament. Executive power. President of the Republic. Principles on public administration. Other bodies. Regional and local autonomies. Fundamental rights and freedoms. Principles on jurisdiction. Constitutional justice.

Core Documentation

F. Modugno (ed.), Diritto pubblico, Torino, Giappichelli, 2021, F. Modugno (a cura di), Diritto pubblico, Torino, Giappichelli, 2021, V ed.
M. Siclari, Il Presidente della Repubblica italiana nelle recenti esperienze costituzionali. Aspetti problematici, Napoli, Jovene, 2013.
M. Siclari (ed.), La Costituzione della Repubblica italiana nel testo vigente, Roma, Aracne, 2021, VI ed.

Reference Bibliography

No additional bibliografic reference

Type of delivery of the course

Oral Exam. The teacher invites the student to talk about three topics.

Type of evaluation

Oral Exam. The teacher invites the student to talk at least about three topics.