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Course calendar

The Academic Calendar sets out the degree programme lecture and exam timetables, as well as the relevant university closure dates..

Definition of lesson periods
Period From To
1° periodo di lezioni Oct 3, 2016 Dec 16, 2016
Periodo riservato ad eventuali recuperi di lezioni - dicembre 2016 Dec 17, 2016 Dec 20, 2016
2° periodo di lezioni - febbraio/aprile 2017 Feb 10, 2017 Apr 10, 2017
2° periodo di lezioni - aprile/maggio 2017 Apr 19, 2017 May 9, 2017
Periodo riservato ad eventuali recuperi di lezioni - maggio 2017 May 10, 2017 May 11, 2017
Exam sessions
Session From To
Sessione straordinaria 16/17 - studenti f.c. - dicembre 2016 Dec 21, 2016 Dec 23, 2016
1° appello - Sessione invernale 16/17 Jan 10, 2017 Jan 19, 2017
2° appello - Sessione invernale 16/17 Jan 30, 2017 Feb 8, 2017
Sessione straordinaria 16/17 - studenti f.c. - aprile 2017 Apr 11, 2017 Apr 13, 2017
1° appello - Sessione estiva 16/17 May 12, 2017 May 22, 2017
2° appello - Sessione estiva 16/17 Jun 8, 2017 Jun 17, 2017
3° appello - Sessione estiva 16/17 Jul 6, 2017 Jul 15, 2017
1° appello - Sessione autunnale 16/17 Aug 28, 2017 Sep 6, 2017
2° appello - Sessione autunnale 16/17 Sep 21, 2017 Sep 30, 2017
Degree sessions
Session From To
Termine presentazione tesi di laurea - ottobre 2016 Sep 23, 2016 Sep 23, 2016
Sessione autunnale - 15/16 Oct 24, 2016 Oct 25, 2016
Termine presentazione tesi di laurea - febbraio 2017 Jan 10, 2017 Jan 10, 2017
Sessione invernale - 15/16 Feb 9, 2017 Feb 9, 2017
Termine presentazione tesi di laurea - marzo 2017 Feb 24, 2017 Feb 24, 2017
Sessione invernale - marzo 2017 Mar 29, 2017 Mar 31, 2017
Termine presentazione tesi di laurea - giugno 2017 May 23, 2017 May 23, 2017
Sesssione estiva - 16/17 Jun 26, 2017 Jun 27, 2017
Holidays
Period From To
Festa di Ognissanti Nov 1, 2016 Nov 1, 2016
Festa dell'Immacolata Concezione Dec 8, 2016 Dec 8, 2016
Vacanze di Natale Dec 24, 2016 Jan 6, 2017
Vacanze di Pasqua Apr 14, 2017 Apr 18, 2017
Festa della Liberazione Apr 25, 2017 Apr 25, 2017
Festa dei Lavoratori May 1, 2017 May 1, 2017
Festa del Santo Patrono - San Zeno May 21, 2017 May 21, 2017
Festa della Repubblica Jun 2, 2017 Jun 2, 2017

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Study Plan

The Study Plan includes all modules, teaching and learning activities that each student will need to undertake during their time at the University. Please select your Study Plan based on your enrolment year.

ModulesCreditsTAFSSD
A course to be chosen among the following
A course to be chosen among the following
6
A
IUS/18

2° Year

ModulesCreditsTAFSSD
A course to be chosen among the following
A course to be chosen among the following
6
A
IUS/18

4° Year

ModulesCreditsTAFSSD
9
A
IUS/01
6
B
IUS/12
A course to be chosen among the following

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TAF (Type of Educational Activity) All courses and activities are classified into different types of educational activities, indicated by a letter.




S Placements in companies, public or private institutions and professional associations

Teaching code

4S001174

Coordinatore

Lorenzo Picotti

Credits

6

Also offered in courses

Language

English en

Scientific Disciplinary Sector (SSD)

IUS/17 - CRIMINAL LAW

Period

1° periodo di lezioni dal Sep 30, 2019 al Dec 14, 2019.

Learning outcomes

This course enables students to acquire comprehensive knowledge and skills necessary to understand and analyze the general principles of the European and International Criminal Law, the International case-law and their influence on the National Criminal Law. Furthermore, it enables students to solve law case studies on the basis of a legal methodology.
On completion of this course, the students will be able to:
- have a basic knowledge of the general principles of European and International Criminal Law
- identify and critically evaluate the role played by international criminal courts and tribunals
- assess and critically comment upon the concepts and main elements of international crimes,
- demonstrate an appropriate level of research skills in locating, evaluating and interpreting academic opinions and sources of International and European Criminal law, but also the case-law.
- solve problems and individual cases using the knowledge gained from the course
- acquire the skills to use library, legal databases and online resources independently

Program

The course is divided in four parts:
1st Part: International criminal courts and tribunals
• Historical evolution, jurisdiction and structure of international criminal courts and tribunals
• The Nuremberg and Tokyo International Military Tribunals
• The International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY)
• The Special Court for Sierra Leone (SCSL)
• The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR)
• International Criminal Court (ICC)

2nd Part: The international crimes
• The objective and subjective Elements of International Crimes
• War Crimes
• Crimes Against Humanity
• Genocide
• Crime of Aggression

3rd Part: General principles of International Criminal Law
• Individual Criminal Responsibility
• Direct and Indirect Responsibility
• Command/Superior Responsibility
• Participation/Complicity
• Grounds excluding Criminal Responsibility

4th Part: European Criminal Law
• Basic Principles of European Criminal Law
• The Influence of European Criminal Law on domestic substantive Criminal Law
• Art 83 TFEU and European Directives
• EU Legal Instruments for Police and Judicial Cooperation
• European Convention on Human Rights
TEACHING METHODS
Language of teaching for this course is English. All literature and auxiliary material are also in English.
For students attending classes, the course will be mainly based on lectures. Workshops, seminars about specific topics or case studies could be organized during the course. Some lectures or seminars could be also delivered by distinguished Visiting Professors and assistant lecturers. The online registration to the University e-learning platform will provide students with a source of reference, bibliography, scientific papers and selected case-law.

The professors will provide support to students non-attending classes during the office hours (see the Law Department webpage). Students non-attending classes may also register to the University e-learning platform and have access to a source of reference, bibliography, scientific papers and selected case-law.

Reference texts
Author Title Publishing house Year ISBN Notes
SATZGER Helmut International and European Criminal Law (Edizione 2) C. H. Beck, München 2018 only the following parts: A; C; D
REFERENCES BOOKS AND AUXILIARY MATERIALS PROGRAM ICL 2019 International Criminal Law IUS-17 Academic year 2019-2020 (36 hours – 6 credits) Prof. Lorenzo Picotti (coordinator): 3 credits Dr. Ivan Salvadori: 3 credits FORMAL PREREQUISITE Students should have previous knowledge of criminal law. Therefore, they may attend this course if they have already passed the Criminal Law exam. LEARNING OUTCOMES This course enables students to acquire comprehensive knowledge and skills necessary to understand and analyze the general principles of the European and International Criminal Law, the International case-law and their influence on the National Criminal Law. Furthermore, it enables students to solve law case studies on the basis of a legal methodology. On completion of this course, the students will be able to: - have a basic knowledge of the general principles of European and International Criminal Law - identify and critically evaluate the role played by international criminal courts and tribunals - assess and critically comment upon the concepts and main elements of international crimes, - demonstrate an appropriate level of research skills in locating, evaluating and interpreting academic opinions and sources of International and European Criminal law, but also the case-law. - solve problems and individual cases using the knowledge gained from the course - acquire the skills to use library, legal databases and online resources independently SYLLABUS: The course is divided in four parts: 1st Part: International criminal courts and tribunals • Historical evolution, jurisdiction and structure of international criminal courts and tribunals • The Nuremberg and Tokyo International Military Tribunals • The International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) • The Special Court for Sierra Leone (SCSL) • The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR) • International Criminal Court (ICC) 2nd Part: The international crimes • The objective and subjective Elements of International Crimes • War Crimes • Crimes Against Humanity • Genocide • Crime of Aggression 3rd Part: General principles of International Criminal Law • Individual Criminal Responsibility • Direct and Indirect Responsibility • Command/Superior Responsibility • Participation/Complicity • Grounds excluding Criminal Responsibility 4th Part: European Criminal Law • Basic Principles of European Criminal Law • The Influence of European Criminal Law on domestic substantive Criminal Law • Art 83 TFEU and European Directives • EU Legal Instruments for Police and Judicial Cooperation • European Convention on Human Rights TEACHING METHODS Language of teaching for this course is English. All literature and auxiliary material are also in English. For students attending classes, the course will be mainly based on lectures. Workshops, seminars about specific topics or case studies could be organized during the course. Some lectures or seminars could be also delivered by distinguished Visiting Professors and assistant lecturers. The online registration to the University e-learning platform will provide students with a source of reference, bibliography, scientific papers and selected case-law. The professors will provide support to students non-attending classes during the office hours (see the Law Department webpage). Students non-attending classes may also register to the University e-learning platform and have access to a source of reference, bibliography, scientific papers and selected case-law. REFERENCE BOOKS For students attending classes, the reference book, available also in the Law Library, is: - SATZGER H., International and European Criminal Law, C. H. Beck, München, second edition, 2018 (only the following parts: “A”, “C” and “D”) For students non-attending classes, the reference books, available also in the Law Library, are: With regard to the 1st, 2nd and 3rd Part of the program: - WERLE G., JESSBERGER F., Principles of International Criminal Law, 3rd ed., Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2014 (from part I to part VI) With regard to the 4th part of the program: - SATZGER H., International and European Criminal Law, 2nd ed., C. H. Beck, München, 2018 (part “A” and “C”) In addition to the reference books, students may use the following essential bibliographical references to deepen specific topics covered by the course: - SCHABAS W., An Introduction to the International Criminal Court, 5th ed., Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2017 - AMBOS K., European Criminal Law, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2018 - AMBOS K., Treaties on International Criminal Law, The Crimes and Sentencing, vol. 2, Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2014 - AMBOS K., Treaties on International Criminal Law, Foundations and General Part, vol. 1, Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2013 Students not-attending classes and ERASMUS students are kindly requested to contact the Professors at the beginning of the course, in order to agree on the exam’s program and the books and material to study. AUXILIARY MATERIALS The material provided by the professors throughout the entire course and available on the University e-learning platform represent the primary studying resource for students attending classes. The regular consultation of the sources and case-law is warmly recommended. Therefore, students are invited to consult the following websites: - International Criminal Court: www.icc-cpi.int - Rome Statute of International Criminal Court: https://www.icc-cpi.int/resource-library/Documents/RS-Eng.pdf - International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia: www.icty.org - International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: www.ictr.org - Special Court for Sierra Leone: www.sc-sl.org - Oxford Reports on International Criminal Law: www.oxfordlawreports.com - Commentary on the Law of the International Criminal Law: https://www.legal-tools.org/doc/aa0e2b/pdf/ ASSESSMENT METHODS AND CRITERIA The final exam consists of a written text with open questions (60% of the final note), followed by a short oral exam (40% of the final note). The admission to the oral part of exam will be subjected to a pass grade result from the written text. Both parts will be held in English. The are no mid-term exams. The final exam aims at verifying: • The level of achievement of the learning outcomes previously identifies • The linguistic accuracy • The argumentative, reasoning and problem-solving skills • The ability to connect systematically the knowledge achieved Students attending classes have the possibility to write a short paper on specific topics, upon agreement with the professors. The paper will be discussed during the oral examination and will be part of the final exam. Grades are awarded on a scale from 18 to 30, where 30 is the highest grade and 18 is the lowest grade to pass the exam. In case of an excellent knowledge, a high level of linguistic accuracy and an argumentative, reasoning and problem-solving capacity the candidate may earn the highest grade with “cum laude” honor.

Examination Methods

The final exam consists of a written text with open questions (60% of the final note), followed by a short oral exam (40% of the final note). The admission to the oral part of exam will be subjected to a pass grade result from the written text. Both parts will be held in English.

The are no mid-term exams.

The final exam aims at verifying:
• The level of achievement of the learning outcomes previously identifies
• The linguistic accuracy
• The argumentative, reasoning and problem-solving skills
• The ability to connect systematically the knowledge achieved

Students attending classes have the possibility to write a short paper on specific topics, upon agreement with the professors. The paper will be discussed during the oral examination and will be part of the final exam.

Grades are awarded on a scale from 18 to 30, where 30 is the highest grade and 18 is the lowest grade to pass the exam. In case of an excellent knowledge, a high level of linguistic accuracy and an argumentative, reasoning and problem-solving capacity the candidate may earn the highest grade with “cum laude” honor.

Type D and Type F activities

Le attività che consentono l’acquisizione dei crediti riservati alle attività formative a libera scelta dello studente (TAF D) sono le seguenti:
• Un insegnamento previsto nell’elenco delle attività formative (TAF D) allegato al piano didattico del corso di laurea Magistrale in Giurisprudenza;
• Un insegnamento attivato nei Corsi di studi afferenti al Collegio di Giurisprudenza;
• Un laboratorio didattico attivato nei Corsi di studi afferenti al Collegio di Giurisprudenza;
• Un laboratorio didattico attivato nei Corsi di studi afferenti al Dipartimento di Scienze Giuridiche;
• Un insegnamento previsto dall’Offerta Formativa di Ateneo, non impartito nell’ambito dei corsi di studi afferenti al Collegio di Giurisprudenza: il riconoscimento dei crediti acquisiti sarà subordinato alla preventiva presentazione di coerenti programmi formativi valutati dalla Commissione istruttoria per la didattica e approvati dal Collegio didattico.
• Attività formative organizzate dai singoli docenti del Collegio di Giurisprudenza o del Dipartimento di Scienze Giuridiche: previa approvazione del Collegio ad esse verrà attribuito, dopo un’apposita verifica, un credito per ogni 6 ore di frequenza obbligatoria;
• Attività formative che implicano la partecipazione a convegni o seminari organizzati sotto il “logo” del Dipartimento di Scienze Giuridiche o dell’Ateneo: devono essere preventivamente approvate dal Collegio di Giurisprudenza indicando un docente di riferimento del Collegio di Giurisprudenza ovvero del Dipartimento di Scienze Giuridiche. Un credito per ogni giornata di convegno o di seminario si acquisisce dopo apposita verifica che dimostri l’avvenuta fruizione culturale del tema del convegno o del seminario.

Le attività che consentono l’acquisizione dei crediti riservati alle ulteriori attività formative (TAF F) sono le seguenti:
• Informatica (3 cfu)

Al link https://www.univr.it/it/i-nostri-servizi/segreterie-studenti/giurisprudenza#categdoc_7103 la modulistica per l'inserimento di attività non selezionabili in autonomia dallo studente in sede di compilazione del piano degli studi.

1° periodo di lezioni From 10/3/16 To 12/16/16
years Modules TAF Teacher
4° 5° Civil enforcement law D Alberto Maria Tedoldi (Coordinatore)
4° 5° Family Law D Alessandra Cordiano (Coordinatore)
4° 5° Ecclesiastical law D Giuseppe Comotti (Coordinatore)
4° 5° Economics, financial statement and control of Italian healthcare and social care organizations D Paolo Roffia (Coordinatore)
4° 5° Safety and social security D Sylvain Giovanni Nadalet
2° periodo di lezioni - febbraio/aprile 2017 From 2/10/17 To 4/10/17
years Modules TAF Teacher
4° 5° Banking law D Giovanni Meruzzi (Coordinatore)
4° 5° Safe and security law D Marco Peruzzi
4° 5° CRISIS AND INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS LAW D Alberto Maria Tedoldi (Coordinatore)
4° 5° Company Economics D Paolo Roffia (Coordinatore)
4° 5° Economics and economic problems of the art market D Cristina Spiller (Coordinatore)
4° 5° International criminal law D Lorenzo Picotti (Coordinatore)
4° 5° Juvenile Law D Silvana Strano (Coordinatore)
4° 5° Legal Medicine D Domenico De Leo (Coordinatore)
4° 5° Sociology of law D Daniele Velo Dalbrenta (Coordinatore)
2° periodo di lezioni - aprile/maggio 2017 From 4/19/17 To 5/9/17
years Modules TAF Teacher
4° 5° Banking law D Giovanni Meruzzi (Coordinatore)
4° 5° Safe and security law D Marco Peruzzi
4° 5° CRISIS AND INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS LAW D Alberto Maria Tedoldi (Coordinatore)
4° 5° Company Economics D Paolo Roffia (Coordinatore)
4° 5° Economics and economic problems of the art market D Cristina Spiller (Coordinatore)
4° 5° International criminal law D Lorenzo Picotti (Coordinatore)
4° 5° Juvenile Law D Silvana Strano (Coordinatore)
4° 5° Legal Medicine D Domenico De Leo (Coordinatore)
4° 5° Sociology of law D Daniele Velo Dalbrenta (Coordinatore)

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Internships are aimed at enabling students to gain direct knowledge of the world of work and to acquire specific professional skills.

Internships are carried out under the responsibility of an individual lecturer, and can be carried out in professional firms, public administration bodies and companies recognised by the University of Verona.

Any CFU credits gained by doing internships will be recognised and recorded by the University in accordance with the relevant University regulations in force (Regolamento d’Ateneo per il riconoscimento dei crediti maturati negli stage universitari).

For further information on internships, please go to: https://www.univr.it/it/i-nostri-servizi/stage-e-tirocini.


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