1. knowledge and understanding: Learning Administrative Law will allow the student to develop the ability to understand the European and the Italian legal system.
2. applying knowledge and understanding: The student must be able to describe the organization and activities of public administrations, the relations between public authorities and citizens, not limiting to the Italian regime, but also with reference to the European legal system.
3. making judgements: Learning Administrative Law will allow the student to mature in terms of civic consciousness and awareness of his role in the society.
4. communication skills: The student must know legal terminology and should not have difficulty in understanding a regulatory act.
5. learning skills: The students must have acquired learning skills such that they can pursue independently the study of legal subjects, even at the highest levels.
The course consists of 20 lessons of lectures of two hours each, for a total of 60 hours of lessons.
The Professor can organize some seminars held by external lecturers.
Should teaching be carried out in mixed mode or remotely, it may be necessary to introduce changes with respect to previous statements, in line with the programme planned and outlined in the syllabus.
Learning assessment may also be carried out on line, should the conditions require it.
E. Casetta, Compendio di Diritto Amministrativo, Giuffrè editore, Milano, a cura di Fabrizio Fracchia, except the following chapters:
- chapter III, par. 12-18;
- chapter V, par. 14-22;
- chapter VIII, par. 11 e 12
- chapter IX.
A. BARONE (a cura di), Cittadini, imprese e funzioni pubbliche, Cacucci Editore, 2018, chapters I, III, IV.