91377 - ADMINISTRATIVE LAW

Scheda insegnamento

  • Docente Daniele Senzani

  • Crediti formativi 6

  • SSD IUS/10

  • Modalità didattica Convenzionale - Lezioni in presenza

  • Lingua di insegnamento Inglese

  • Campus di Bologna

  • Corso Laurea Magistrale in Legal studies (cod. 9062)

    Valido anche per Laurea Magistrale in Legal studies (cod. 9062)

  • Orario delle lezioni dal 24/02/2023 al 15/05/2023

SDGs

L'insegnamento contribuisce al perseguimento degli Obiettivi di Sviluppo Sostenibile dell'Agenda 2030 dell'ONU.

Imprese innovazione e infrastrutture Ridurre le disuguaglianze Pace, giustizia e istituzioni forti

Anno Accademico 2022/2023

Conoscenze e abilità da conseguire

Al termine del corso lo studente - conosce in modo approfondito le dinamiche evolutive del diritto amministrativo alla luce della cooperazione internazionale e sovranazionale instaurata in materia tra Stati; - è in grado di apprezzare l’incidenza della disciplina di origine internazionale e sovranazionale sull’organizzazione e le performances delle pubbliche amministrazioni e degli enti territoriali e locali e può orientarne il comportamento valorizzandone l’efficacia e l’efficienza.

Contenuti

I. Introduction. Legal systems and the Administrative Law.

II. Sources of the Administrative Law.

III. Fundamental Principles and Standards. Principle of Legality. Fair Proceeding and Due Process. Is any possible “Common Core” under the Administrative Law?

IV. Administrative Bodies. Public Administrations, Civil Offices, Civil Services, Authorities, and Agencies.

V. Administrative Decisions: Regulations. Measures and Orders. Tied and Discretionary Measures. Sanctions. Afflictive Measures.

VI. Administrative Proceedings (Decision-making): Rule-making and Adjudication.

VII. Common Standards: Fair Proceeding. Adversarial and the Right to Be Heard. Giving Reasons Requirements. Rule Against Bias.

VIII. Lacks of Legitimacy. Invalidity. Void and Voidable Measures. Infringement of Law. Lack of Competence. Exceeded Use of Power. Misrepresentation. Misuse of Power.

IX. Addressees and Stakeholders’ Legal Status.

X. Sound Administration.

XI. Administrative Self-Review. Remedies (hints). Locus Standi.

XII. Special Issues.

Testi/Bibliografia

Recommended teaching materials and references (slides, case law, docs, essays, etc.) are available on "Virtuale" (online Dashboard).

Therefore, other readings are suggested as the followings:

1) P. Pinto de Albuquerque, K. Wojtyczek - Judicial Power in a Globalized World. Liber Amicorum Vincent De Gaetano, Springer International Publishing, 2019. Only the followings:

1.1) E.Bindi, A.Pisaneschi, The Fair Trial as a Guarantee of the Administrative Procedure.

1.2) G. Edelstam, On Legitimacy for the Exercise of Public Power.

2) M. Vala Kristjánsdóttir, Good Administration as a Fundamental Right, Icelandic Review of Politics and Administration, 2013, 1.

3) EU DG INTERNAL POLICIES, The General Principles of EU Administrative Procedural Law, 2015.

4) P. Craig - UK, EU, and Global Administrative Law, Foundations and Challenges Cambridge University Press, 2015.

 

Metodi didattici

Theoretical and Case Law-based Lectures.

Case Law Reports and other tasks will be assigned as mandatory homework.

The course requires a good knowledge of basic law subjects and law methodology. For those who do not have an entirely law-based academic background, preparatory course readings are available yet to be agreed upon with the teacher.

 

Modalità di verifica e valutazione dell'apprendimento

The assessment will be focused on the Student's knowledge as well as the ability to settle issues related to the course subjects.

The students’ knowledge is assessed through a discussion, to evaluate the actual achievement of the learning outcomes. The exam consists in an interview with the appointed commission on the topics included in the programme.

The assessment will take into account the knowledge of the relevant institutional framework, the ability to analyse doctrinal and jurisprudential opinions and, to single out connections between the relevant topics, to critical reasoning, as well as the clarity of presentation and critical thinking.

By way of example, the following criteria will be used to assess the final mark (that will be out of 30/30):

- sufficient or barely sufficient knowledge on the programme, limited reasoning ability, some difficulties in using technical and legal language → 18-21/30;

- fairly good knowledge of the programme, adequate critical reasoning ability, sound use of technical and legal language → 22-25/30;

- comprehensive knowledge of the programme, notable reasoning ability, good command of technical and legal language → 26-29/30;

- extensive knowledge of the programme, very good reasoning ability, and ability to fully master technical-legal language → 30-30L/30.


Strumenti a supporto della didattica

Slides and Essays.

Case Law docs (Courts' rulings; European Commission and NRAs' measures; etc.).

Students who need compensatory measures and/or dispensative tools due to disability or Specific Learning Disabilities (SLD) should communicate it to the Professor as soon as possible.

Orario di ricevimento

Consulta il sito web di Daniele Senzani