COMPARATIVE PRIVATE LAW
The aim of the course is to provide general knowledge concerning comparative law. In the modern world, lawyer point of view may not be limited to her or his own legal system, especially in Italy nowadays where law is every day more influenced by foreign legal systems.
For language students: the course is the first part of Comparative private law A-L
PLEASE PAY ATTENTION: PROGRAMMES ARE SPECIFIED SEPARATELY ON EACH SUBDIVISION (A and B)
Institutional introduction of the common law and civil law legal systems. Legal history of related areas and legal terminology in the past and modern context. Particular focus on the terms used within regulatory instruments of the European Union or in their preparatory works.
Introduction on civil law and common law legal orders. Law history of the two areas and legal terminology in both ancient and modern world; with attention to the legal terms most used by EU legislation or in their preparatory works.
Ricevimento: Please contact me per email Francesca.Brunetta@unige.it, meetings will take place on teams
ANDREA FUSARO (President)
ELENA ANNA GRASSO (President Substitute)
FRANCESCA BRUNETTA D'USSEAUX (President Substitute)
FRANCO LONGO (Substitute)
ANDREA ALBERTO BELLOLI (Substitute)
MARIA BENEDETTA CAROSI (Substitute)
FRANCESCA BRUNETTA D'USSEAUX (President)
ELENA ANNA GRASSO
ANDREA PERELLI (Substitute)
MATTEO PATRONE (Substitute)
UMBERTO DE MAGISTRIS (Substitute)
ALESSANDRO CAPROTTI (Substitute)
GIORGIA CORSI (Substitute)
I semester from September 14th to December 4th 2020
II semester from February 15th to May 7th 2021
Please check the two subdivisions (A and B)