50156 - CRIMINAL LAW (PATHS OF INTERNATIONALIZATION)
Department of Legal Studies
Course taught in English
(8 credits - II sem. - OP | IUS/17)
Class 31: FRANCESCA CHIARA BEVILACQUA
The course aims at providing students with the tools to solve criminal law matters whose complexity comes particularly from the influence exercised on the domestic criminal law from the European Union criminal provisions and the European Convention on Human Rights.
Course Content Summary
The first part of the course will be devoted to the main topics of the criminal law general part arising from the EU and the European Convention on Human Rights and their impact on the domestic criminal law. The second part of the course the said topics will be deeply analyzed through various topical issues, like the sanctioning in criminal law, international bribery, liability of legal persons, market abuse and money laundering
Detailed Description of Assessment Methods
The exam will be in writing. Attending students could be required to carry out both individual or team work.
It is suggested to study some sections of Satzger, International and European Criminal Law, Beck/Hart, Oxford, 2012
Further details on the course’s cases and materials will be provided via the e-learing platform.
The course is entirely held in English, but it is not required a native speaker level. The course is actually an opportunity to improve language skills in the legal area. The course, however, aims at interaction with teachers and among students as well as learning a critical approach, rather than verifying language skills.
In order to take effectively part to the course it is required that any student has previously passed both the criminal law (general part) and international law exams.
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