EUROPEAN COMMERCIAL LAW AND EUROPEAN ADMINISTRATIVE LAW
Mod. I - EUROPEAN ADMINISTRATIVE LAW
Updated A.Y. 2018-2019
The course addresses the administrative implications of European integration. The main features of both European administration and administrative activity (such as, e.g., polycentric organization, normative sources, mixed proceedings, remedies) - and at the same time the main differences vis a vis domestic legal systems and national administrative law - are discussed.
The aim of the course is to provide students with the fundamental knowledge on principles and rules affecting administrative regulation regarding public and private actors, in order to raise awareness and criticisms on rights, duties, and remedies available against the use of authoritative powers by the European administration.
Lectures will be carried out with the active participation of students, who are asked to read selected materials in advance. Materials (legislation, rulings, doctrinal essays etc.) may be uploaded on the Course website.
For more details on the program and the syllabus, see inside: Materials.
Final exam: both written and oral