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Criminal and civil procedural law of the EU

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Criminal and civil procedural law of the EU

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Anno accademico 2018/2019

Codice dell'attività didattica
GIU0532
Docenti
Prof. Serena Quattrocolo (Titolare del corso)
Prof. Elena D'Alessandro (Titolare del corso)
Corso di studi
Laurea magistrale in European Legal Studies - a Torino (D.M. 270/2004)[0703M21]
Anno
3° anno
Tipologia
Affine o integrativo
Crediti/Valenza
6
SSD dell'attività didattica
IUS/16 - diritto processuale penale
Modalità di erogazione
Mista
Lingua di insegnamento
Inglese
Modalità di frequenza
Consigliata
Tipologia d'esame
Scritto
Prerequisiti
Good knowledge of English
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Sommario insegnamento

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Obiettivi formativi

The course of "Criminal and Civil Procedural Law of the EU" will introduce students to the EU instruments of judicial cooperation in criminal and civil matters.
It will be divided  in two parts.  The first half will be devoted to judicial cooperation in civil matters. The second part will deal with EU judicial cooperation in criminal matters also in relationship with the ECHR.

 

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Risultati dell'apprendimento attesi

Students must demonstrate their skills in solving criminal and civil cases concerning European procedural law.

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Modalità di insegnamento

 

The approach of teaching will be aimed at stimulating the active participation of students. In particular, students will be encouraged to engage in analysis and solution of practical/cases and to deliver presentations of crucial cases.

SCHEDULE OF THE COURSE (AY 2018/19)

SEPT. 2018 24-25: Introduction to the course; Civil procedure: Brussels I Reg. introduction; jurisdiction (6 hours)

OCT. 2018  1-2:  preliminary ruling before the CJEU (4 hours)

                 8-9: criminal procedure (4 hours)

                 15: criminal procedure (2 hours)

                 22-23: civil procedure: Lis alibi pendens (6 hours)

                 29: criminal procedure (2 hours)

NOV. 2018 5-6: criminal procedure (4 hours)

                19-20: criminal procedure (4 hours)

                26-27: criminal procedure (4 hours)

DEC. 2018 3-4: Civil procedure: Recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments (6 hours)

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Modalità di verifica dell'apprendimento

For students who attend the course:

 written examination consisting of two open questions, one for each part of the program (time allowed: 1 hour) + evaluation on the basis of class participation. Please note that class participation will count around  50 % of the final grade.

 

For students  who do not attend classes:

Written examination consisting of four open questions, two for each part of the program. Time allowed: 2 hours.

 

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Programma

Part 1 - Judicial cooperation in civil matters
The first part of the course will focus on Regulation No 1215/2012 (Brussels I Recast Regulation) on jurisdiction and the recognition and enforcement of judgments, authentic instruments and court agreements in civil and commercial matters. Particular attention will be given to:
a) Issues of jurisdiction;
b) Lis alibi pendens;
c) Techniques employed in the field of recognition and enforcement of foreign decisions.

 

Part. 2 - Judicial cooperation in criminal matters
The first subject of this part will consist in the study of EAW, as a model of a new form of judicial cooperation, and its implementation in MSs. Secondly, the course will focus on the other tools, recently introduced, especially by the EU Directives on rights in criminal proceedings and by the directive on EIO. The themes will be approached by a comparative method, in order to focus on the differences between the standing ECHR provisions - and, of course, the ECtHR case-law - and the level of guarantees offered by the new EU directives.

The European Public Prosecutor Office (according to art. 86 TUE) will be the object of a special focus after the entry into force of Regulation  No 1939/2017.

 

Testi consigliati e bibliografia

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For students who attend classes:


During classes, a selection of readings from various sources will be suggested.


For students who do not attend classes:

1) T. HARTLEY, International Commercial Litigation, 2nd Ed., Cambridge University Press 2015

pages: 18-33; 44-72; 179-192; 261-284; 349-395.

2) R. KOSTORIS (ed), Handbook of European Criminal Procedure, Springer 2018 (skip pages: 353-392; 423-444).

 

 



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Tabella degli orari

STUDENTS GETTING A POSITIVE MARK FOR THIS EXAM CAN OBTAIN 3 CFU IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE

 

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