The main purpose of the course is to provide students, compatibly with the limited teaching load, a basic knowledge of the fundamental institutions typical of public / constitutional law in both formal and material.
More specifically, with specific reference to Dublin Descriptors, the course aims to achieve the following goals.
Knowledge and understanding:
- of the fundamental notions of general theory of law;
- of the Italian Form of Government;
- of the system and of the hierarchy of sources in public law;
- of the general theory on constitutional rights and freedoms;
- the constitutional concept of the right to health referred to Article 32 and its constitutional interpretations;
Ability to apply knowledge and understanding:
- identifying the differences between "factual reality" and "legal reality" in individual situations;
- in resolving any antinomies according to the theory of sources;
- in recognition of the rights and main freedoms involved in the exercise of their professional activity;
- in the individual sectors involved in the professional field of reference of the outgoing figure with the active research of the specific legislation to be applied to individual cases.
Autonomy of judgment:
- With regard to the action of the public authorities, with reference to constitutional provisions and in a multilevel perspective, in their professional sphere;
- In particular with regard to legislative and regulatory acts issued as part of the protection of personal rights;
- Acquisition of a more adequate technical-legal language in the field of public law.
- Ability to find and consult independently the legal sources, also from a multilevel point of view, in one's own professional field;
- Ability to find and consult normative and jurisprudential comments of interest.