Selected Topics in Italian Law (1 Credit) LAW 7000

Course taught in English by a visiting professor from Roma Tre University. The course introduces aspects of procedural or substantive Italian and European Union law, such as constitutional law, commercial law, law of successions (inheritance), civil procedure, or criminal law. Specific topics will depend on the particular expertise of the professor teaching the course. The course includes consideration of the sources, main characteristics, and legal institutions of Italian and European Union law and public and private laws, rights and obligations of parties under the law, and enforcement aspects of the law. The course will be taught at the beginning of every Fall semester, in a three-week period. This course is required for students interested in participating in the NSU-Roma Tre dual degree or semester exchange program. It is an elective for all other students.
Additional Prerequisite(s): Constitutional Law I, and Criminal Law.