325418 Civil Law (for Beginners)

summer semester 2019 | Last update: 24.07.2019 Place course on memo list
325418
Civil Law (for Beginners)
UE 2
2
weekly
each semester
Italian
The course focuses on the italian law of obligations and the law of contracts. At the end of the course students should be able to orient themselves in the civil code and have knowledge of the basic concepts of italian private law. The course addresses beginners and isn’t meant to substitute the more intense course (Klausurenübung).
The course is divided in a theoretical part and a practical part. The practical cases resolved autonomously by the students are going to be discussed immediately in class. Students will have to take an actual codice civile with them at every lesson. They are invited to participate actively at the course and prepare the issues indicated by the teachers.
Students will learn how to orient themselves in the civil code and will practice the solution of practical cases. Issues, which are particularly important, are going to be focused to guarantee a good knowledge of the legal terms of civil law.
Students will have to resolve 4 cases in class, the final mark will be composed by the average mark achieved during the course in the practical cases and the oral participation in class. Students will have to resolve at least 3 of the 4 cases in class to obtain the certificate.
Torrente/Schlesinger, Manuale di diritto privato (last edition), GIUFFRÈ, Milano.
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06.03.2019
Group 0
Date Time Location
Wed 2019-03-06
11.30 - 13.00 UR 3072 UR 3072
Wed 2019-03-13
10.30 - 12.45 UR 3072 UR 3072
Wed 2019-03-20
10.30 - 12.45 UR 3072 UR 3072
Wed 2019-03-27
11.30 - 13.00 UR 3072 UR 3072
Wed 2019-04-03
11.30 - 13.00 UR 3072 UR 3072
Wed 2019-04-10
10.30 - 12.45 UR 3072 UR 3072
Tue 2019-04-30
16.45 - 18.15 UR 3072 UR 3072
Wed 2019-05-08
10.30 - 12.45 UR 3072 UR 3072
Fri 2019-05-31
09.30 - 11.45 UR 3108 UR 3108
Fri 2019-05-31
14.00 - 15.30 UR 3108 UR 3108
Wed 2019-06-05
11.30 - 13.45 UR 3108 UR 3108
Fri 2019-06-07
10.30 - 12.00 UR 3072 UR 3072