Ritratto di guido.alpa@uniroma1.it

 

First Semester

a.y. 2021/2022

European Studies - LM 90

 

 Comparative and European Private Law 

 

Lessons will take place from Tuesday to Thursday, please see the room and the link below

 

Tuesday, 14-16
  https://meet.google.com/xmz-vsya-cgg

 

Wednesday, 15-17

https://uniroma1.zoom.us/j/83056202671?pwd=QXdZTmhidy9Xanh1Rk9qTXFYZUpsUT09

 

Thursday, 15-17, https://uniroma1.zoom.us/j/83056202671?pwd=QXdZTmhidy9Xanh1Rk9qTXFYZUpsUT09


Access code:  ius2022

 

Lessons will start from 22 September 2021.

 

                                                               Lezioni magistrali su

                                                     IL NUOVO DIRITTO EUROPEO

 

                                                       PROF. Stefan Grundmann

                                     Professore della Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin

                                      Direttore della EULysses Eurpean Law School

 

                            Una prospettiva pluridisciplinare dell’autonomia privata

                      Martedì 12 ottobre ore 11-13, Aula Calasso

               https://uniroma1.zoom.us/j/85220329924?pwd=ekhTUzdLU1VTaGh4bGFUazA0MnllUT09 

 

             Concepts of Identity and Solidarity in Law and Social Sciences

             Mercoledì 13 ottobre, ore 15-17, Aula Calasso

              https://uniroma1.zoom.us/j/85220329924?pwd=ekhTUzdLU1VTaGh4bGFUazA0MnllUT09

 

                                Solidarity Claims and the Legislative Development of the EU

                                  Giovedì 14 ottobre, ore 15-17, collegamento da remoto

            https://uniroma1.zoom.us/j/83056202671?pwd=QXdZTmhidy9Xanh1Rk9qTXFYZUpsUT09

 

                                                          PROF. Mads Andenas

                                              Professore dell’Università di Oslo

                     Institute of Legal Studies, School of Advanced Study, University of London

 

                 Twenty Years After the Communication on European Contract Law

                                  Mercoledì 17 novembre, ore 15-17, Aula Calasso

                   https://uniroma1.zoom.us/j/85220329924?pwd=ekhTUzdLU1VTaGh4bGFUazA0MnllUT09

 

                                       Social Science and National Legal Scholarship against

                                        the European Court of Human Rights

                                 Giovedì 18 novembre, 15-17, Sala delle Lauree

                https://uniroma1.zoom.us/j/91800206869?pwd=ZkRITnZubnE3enZNSUhVK00zRDB2UT09

 

 

Syllabus 

1.BASIC  ITEMS

1. Sources of Law:   Constitutions,  Legislation, Case Law, Custom

                                    The Role of the Science of the Law (doctrine)

2. Private law/public law: From opposition to integration

3. “European private law”: Decoding a formula

4. The historical construction of “Europe” and “European” : the changing geometry of Europe

5. The idea of Europe in current times: The cultural genesis

6.European legal identity

7. Common Legal Values in Western Society : The Legal Roots of Europe

8. The main legal systems in Europe: France, Germany, Italy, England and Scotland

 

2. GENERAL PRINCIPLES OF LAW

1. General principles of law

2. Researching principles 

3. Principles in the jurisprudence of the European Court of Justice

4. Fundamental rights as general principles of contract law in the jurisprudence of the European Court of Justice

 

3. PERSONS

1. The meaning of “person” in the legal world

2. Natural persons in the Civil Code

3. From “individual” to “person”: The Charters of supranational rights

4. The concept of the person in the written Constitutions and in the EC legislation

5. The Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union (2000)

6. 7. The Lisbon Treaty (2007)

8. Human rights in the ECHR and as enforced by the European Court of Justice

9. The principle of dignity

 

 4.CONTRACTS

1. Harmonisation and codification in European contract law

2. Party autonomy and freedom of contract today

3. Harmonisation of contract law and plans for a European Civil Code

4. Unfair Contract Terms

5. Consumer Rights Directive : Sales

6. Party autonomy and choice of the law applicable to “domestic” contracts

 

5. TORTS

1. General rules of Liability : the Provisions of the French, Italian and German Codes

2. Nominated Torts in English Law

3. Fault and Risk . Strict Liability

4. Products Liability

5. Special types of liability of EC Law origin

  Liability of the State for violations of EU Law

  State liability for judical activity

6. Damages to Persons

       7. “Principles of European tort law”

 

Materials:  

  • Twigg-Flesner, European Union Private Law, Cambridge Uivrsity Press, 2010
  • Micklitz and Cafaggi, European Private Law After the Common Frame of Reference, Elgar, 2010 
  • Alpa and Andenas, Foundations of European Private Law (typewritten), 2015

Il ricevimento si svolgerà prima e dopo le lezioni.
Si prega di inviare preventivamente un'email a: guido.alpa@uniroma1.it

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