Teaching

Teaching No. 1 – Daniele Gallo

Academic Year: 2020/2021

EU Law before National and EU Courts – in the frame of EU Law and Diritto dell’Unione europea, 48 hours, Second Semester, 2nd year BA LAW students.

Academic Year: 2021/2022

EU Law before Courts: Rights and Procedures, 48 hours, First semester, 5th year BA LAW Italian students and MA international students.

Academic Year: 2022/2023

EU Law before Courts: Rights and Procedures, 48 hours, First semester, 5th year BA LAW Italian students and MA international students.

Teaching No. 2 – Daniele Gallo

Academic Years: 2020/2021, 2021/2022 and 2022/2023

The Tense Relationships between the CJEU and the Member States’ Constitutional/Supreme Courts,  20 hours, MA/LLM students.

Teaching No. 3 – Daniele Gallo

Academic Years: 2020/2021, 2021/2022 and 2022/2023

Clinical Law Course in EU Law, 20 hours, MA/LLM students (IN ITALIAN).

Teaching No. 4 – Daniele Gallo

Academic Year: 2020/2021

Is Direct Effect still a Useful Doctrine of EU Law?, 2 hours, doctoral LAW students.

Academic Year: 2021/2022

Is Direct Effect still a Useful Doctrine of EU Law?, 2 hours, doctoral LAW students.

Academic Year: 2022/2023

Is Direct Effect still a Useful Doctrine of EU Law?, 2 hours, doctoral LAW students.

Teaching No. 5 – Daniele Gallo

Academic Years: 2020/2021; 2021/2022; 2022/2023

The Relevance of EU Law for Political Scientists, 2 hours, BA/MA students (NOT LAW students).

Teaching No. 6 – Daniele Gallo

Academic Year: 2020/2021

The Relevance of EU Law for Executives and Managers, 2 hours, BA/MA students (NOT LAW students).

Academic Year: 2021/2022

The Relevance of EU Law for Executives and Managers, 2 hours, BA/MA students (NOT LAW students).

Academic Year: 2022/2023

The Relevance of EU Law for Executives and Managers, 2 hours, BA/MA students (NOT LAW students).

Teaching No. 7 – Daniele Gallo

Academic Years: 2020/2021, 2021/2022 and 2022/2023

The Relevance of EU Law for Economists, 2 hours, BA/MA students (NOT LAW students).

Teaching No. 8 – Daniele Gallo

Academic Year: 2020/2021

Teaching and Research in EU Law: Which (Legislative, Jurisprudential and Doctrinal) Resources shall be Used?, 4 hours, doctoral LAW students.

Teaching No. 9 – Giovanni Piccirilli

Academic Years: 2020/2021, 2021/2022 and 2022/2023

How to draft an EU law-based plea before Italian jurisdictions – A Constitutional/Public Law Perspective Law – Clinic’s Laboratories, 10 hours, MA/LLM students (IN ITALIAN).

Teaching No. 10 – Alessandro Nato

Academic Years: 2020/2021, 2021/2022 and 2022/2023

How to draft an EU law-based plea before Italian jurisdictions – A Focus on Fundamental Rights and Migration Law Law – Clinic’s Laboratories, 5 hours, MA/LLM students (IN ITALIAN).

Teaching No. 11 – Caterina Mariotti

How to draft an EU law-based plea before Italian jurisdictions A Focus on Internal Market and Competition Law Law Clinic’s Laboratories, 5 hours, MA/LLM students (IN ITALIAN).

Teaching No. 12 – Daniele Gallo

Academic Year: 2022/2023

Citizens, Lawyers and EU Law before Italian Jurisdictions – An assessment on the EU Law Clinic’s Main Findings and Results, 3 hours, MA/LLM students (IN ITALIAN).

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For teaching activities performed by Daniele Gallo not falling under the scope of the JM Chair:

Academic year: 2020/2021

  1. Sovereign Investments and EU Law: PHD in Law and Business.
  2. EU Internal Market and Beyond: MELP.
  3. EU Substantive Law: Internal Market and Beyond: Law Department.