EUROPEAN PRIVATE LAW - 1

Academic year 2018/2019 Syllabus of previous years
Official course title EUROPEAN PRIVATE LAW - 1
Course code ET4003 (AF:282625 AR:159356)
Modality Teledidattica
ECTS credits 6 out of 12 of EUROPEAN PRIVATE LAW
Degree level Bachelor's Degree Programme
Educational sector code IUS/01
Period 3rd Term
Course year 1
Where VENEZIA
Contribution of the course to the overall degree programme goals
The educational goal of the course is to provide students with an understanding of the importance of European Law in the regulation of relations between individuals. Students shall understand the path that led to the creation of what we now call the European Union and find out how many and what are the rules applicable to private-to-private relations in EU Member States fall into the scope of EU Law and actually are of European origin.
Expected learning outcomes
The students shall be able to comprehend the institutional framework of the EU system, with a specific sensitivity to the legal perspective. Law play and has always played a crucial role in the past and present evolution of the EU institutions, leading the original Economic Communities to what we now call the Union. The path turns out to be not so simple in recent times, and the student will understand some of the main reasons of the perplexities spinning around the very idea of maintaining the EU as is. The students shall be given the necessary theoretical and practical instruments to address the legal problems they will encounter during the second part of the course
Pre-requirements
No prerequisite are required.
Contents
The course begins with an introduction to the foundation of the European Union and its institutions and the European Union's competence in relations to private law matters. The course then addresses the issue of harmonization and standardization of European Law and the projects for a possibile codification of European private law. It goes on to analyze the most significant measures of euopeo legislator in Member States' private law: from europe citizenship to family law, from ownership to the contract, and in particular consumer contracts, from the privacy of civil liability, to the right of competition and the rules on state aid.
Referral texts
All the materials shall be uploaded in the online platform moodle.unive.it and shall remain available on line during the entire duration of the course and subsequents exam periods.
Assessment methods
Written online self-assessment tests are available to the students in order to prove their comprehension and knowldge of the single units which the course is made of.
Teaching methods
THE COURSE SHALL BE TAUGHT ENTIRELY ONLINE. The student can enroll for the lecture through the online platform moodle.unive.it by using the personal credentials of the University (username and password).

Please note that the platform shall not be available without using a specific code that will be communicated soon before the beginning of the lectures.
Teaching language
English
Further information
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Ca' Foscari abides by Italian Law (Law 17/1999; Law 170/2010) regarding support services and accommodation available to students with disabilities. This includes students with mobility, visual, hearing and other disabilities (Law 17/1999), and specific learning impairments (Law 170/2010). If you have a disability or impairment that requires accommodations (i.e., alternate testing, readers, note takers or interpreters) please contact the Disability and Accessibility Offices in Student Services: disabilita@unive.it
Type of exam
written
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Definitive programme.
Last update of the programme
22/05/2018