ELEMENTS TRANSPORTS LAW - JEAN MONNET
cod. 1011816

Academic year 2023/24
1° year of course - Second semester
Professor
- Cristina POZZI
Academic discipline
Diritto della navigazione (IUS/06)
Field
Attività formative affini o integrative
Type of training activity
Related/supplementary
48 hours
of face-to-face activities
6 credits
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course unit
in ITALIAN

Learning objectives

The aim of the course is to provide the student with a knowledge of the European institutions, their operation, the European discipline in transport and logistics. The acquisition of a basic legal training in the subject must allow the student to find the legislation, periodic updates, and update over time their preparation and knowledge of the subject. The skills and knowledge acquired are part of the curriculum and complement the training, with knowledge of the basic elements of European transport law. The educational aim is also to provide the student with a direct and current knowledge of the transport market, with the seminar study of the most innovative issues.

Prerequisites

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Course unit content

The course includes an introductory part dedicated to the European institutions and the European regulatory mechanism, with historical illustration and content of the theme.
The main part of the course is dedicated to the study of European legislation on road, maritime, air, rail and combined transport, with an in-depth analysis of the public and private aspects and an examination of the evolution of the liberalisation of these sectors.
An ulterior part of the Course will be dedicated to the contract of logistics, with examination of casuistry in matter and verification of the more recent European initiatives in matter.
Will be analyzed in detail the main international conventions in matter of responsibility of the carrier, let alone those in matter of pollution from hydrocarbons and protection of the sea
Some innovative issues will also be examined, such as: the regulation of autonomous driving vehicles, smart roads, contractual aspects and related responsibilities; the regulation of space law, including spaceports.
the Course previews, then, the organization of some seminars of deepening of single thematic, for the A.A. 2023/2024 the autonomous vehicles, the clearance of the space and role of the EMSA and discipline of the European ports

Full programme

TREATIES - EUROPEAN UNION
INSTITUTIONS OF EUROPEAN LAW
EUROPEAN LEGISLATION
EUROPA.EU WEBSITE AND DATABASES
AIR TRANSPORT
DISCIPINA INTERNAZIONALE - PRESS AND PRIVATE LAW
EUROPEAN LAW - PRESS AND PRIVATE LAW
LIABILITY OF THE CARRIER
AIR SAFETY AND INVESTIGATIONS
RAIL TRANSPORT
DISCIPINA INTERNAZIONALE - PRESS AND PRIVATE LAW
EUROPEAN LAW - PRESS AND PRIVATE LAW
LIABILITY OF THE CARRIER
COMPETITION ISSUES
SEA TRANSPORT
MARKET DISCIPLINE
LIABILITY OF THE CARRIER
INTERNATIONAL CONVENTIONS AND EUROPEAN RULES ON OIL POLLUTION
ROAD TRANSPORT
INTERNATIONAL CONVENTIONS AND INTERNAL RULES
LOGISTICS - CONTRACTUAL ASPECTS
IN-DEPTH STUDIES AND SEMINARS
AUTONOMOUS VEHICLES (AIRCRAFT, MARITIME, ROAD)
ESA AND SPACE LAW
EMSA AND EUROPEAN MARITIME SAFETY REGULATIONS
FISHERIES AND AQUACULTURE

Bibliography

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Teaching methods

The teaching methods applied consist of lectures, with support of presentations dedicated to the individual topics addressed. The materials taken from the europa.eu site will be constantly used, a site that students must be able to use at the end of the course. Alongside the lessons will be organized workshops on individual themes, group work on the same and seminars dedicated to individual innovative themes.

Assessment methods and criteria

At the end of the course will be carried out a written exam, aimed at verifying the learning of all the topics addressed, with multiple choice test formula and some open questions aimed at verifying the deepening of some specific themes.

Other information

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