Area: Legal and Social Sciences
- Civil law and Constitutional Legality
- Fundamental Rights in the Global Society
Civil Law and Constitutional Legality
The curriculum Civil Law and Constitutional Legality pursues the acquisition of methodologies aimed at developing techniques of interpretation appropriate to the complexity of the law in force; the ability to interpret on the basis of value regulations national, European and international concerning relations of private law; the reinterpretation of legal economic relations within the personalistic perspective existing constitutional legal order.
Have deepened the delicate relationship between substantive law and procedural law, with particular attention to the issue of civil justice and the use of alternative instruments to the judicial process for the resolution of disputes.
Fundamental Rights in the Global Society
The Curriculum Fundamental rights in the global society will train researchers able to manage – starting from different disciplinary approaches – issues related to the globalization of the language of rights, their constitutional role as fundamental rights in national and supranational law systems, the tension between universalism and particularism resulting from Western origin of language rights and the need to interpret it in different cultural contexts.
Special care will be paid for the following profiles:
- historical roots;
- theoretical and constitutional status of human rights;
- evolution and risks related to economic and social transformations;
- internal, transnational and international facets of their protection.
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