Research on fundamentals of European law has a traditional link with the private law: it moves from the convinction that we have to rebuild, as it was until the period of the modern codifications, a European legal science with common principles and methodology. To this end, it is essential to go back to the ancient roots of the legal systems now in force: the elaboration of the Roman jurists, the legislation of the late Roman Empire and then the Roman tradition. The resumption and deepening of some topics of procedural and substantive law through thinking of Roman jurists, diachronically revived and analyzed, constitutes the thematic horizon of the course.
MARCO PIETRO PAVESE (President)
ANNA BARBANO (Substitute)
DANIELE CURIR (Substitute)
FABRIZIO LOMBARDO (Substitute)
GLORIA VIARENGO (Substitute)
I semester from September 14th to December 4th 2020
II semester from February 15th to May 7th 2021