50169 - EU PRIVATE INTERNATIONAL LAW
CLMG - M - IM - MM - AFC - CLEFIN-FINANCE - CLELI - ACME - DES-ESS - EMIT - GIO
Course taught in English
Go to class group/s: 31
- The Concept, Nature and Development of Private International Law.
- Sources of Private International Law.
- The Impact of European Law on the Private International Law of the Member States.
- International jurisdiction.
- The European area of justice: the international jurisdiction.
- The European area of justice: recognition and enforcement of judgments.
- Conflicts rules.
- Interpretation and implementation of conflict rules.
- Individuals and corporate entities.
- International contracts and torts.
- Cross border insolvency.
- The Italian system.
The exam is written.
Students are requested to answer in English four questions within the allocated space for each answer in 80 minutes. The well-known Bocconi rules on grades of exams are applicable (grades of at least 18/30 are passing grades; no retake exam is allowed).
All students may split the final exam in two parts, each worth 50% of the final grade. Students who wish to avail themselves of this possibility have to sit a written mid-term exam in October and sit the remaining part of the exam at the partial exam session in January. Exchange students may also sit the remaining part of the exam in the December session.
Each written partial exam consists of two questions, to be answered in English within the allocated space for each answer in 40 minutes.
- G. VAN CALSTER, European Private International Law, Oxford, Hart Pub., latest edition.
- B. BAREL, S. ARMELLINI, Diritto internazionale privato (manuale breve), Milano, Giuffrè, ultima edizione, parte prima, capitoli I, II, III.