The Faculty of Law presents its modules taught in English

In the wake of the cosmopolitan ethos that has characterized the Federico II University since its origins, on Thursday 4 March 2021 the Faculty of Law will present its eleven modules taught in English. This presentation will take place on Microsoft Teams (code: orprk5z) and will consist of two sessions: from 11.00 to 13.00 and from 15.00 to 17.00.

The first session (11.00-13.00) will be opened by the welcome messages of the Dean of the Faculty of Law, Sandro Staiano, the Coordinator of the Law degree course, Lucia Picardi, and the Rector’s Delegate for the Erasmus Program, Valeria Costantino.

Amedeo Arena, member of the Faculty of Law’s Committee for Internationalization and for the Erasmus program as well as organizer of the webinar, will then introduce the faculty members teaching the following modules: Procedural aspects of the international protection of human rights (Francesco De Santis), International and comparative procedural law (Marcello Stella), the Substantive Law of the European Union (Amedeo Arena), History of the Roman Constitution (Fabiana Tuccillo), International investment Law and Arbitration (Fulvio Maria Palombino).

The second session (15: 00-17: 00) will begin with the welcome messages of the Rector’s Delegate for International Relations (Carla Masi) and the Coordinator of the Law School’s Career Guidance Committee (Valeria Marzocco).

The presentations of the following modules will ensue: International protection of human rights (Massimo Iovane), Comparative and European Administrative law (Luigi Ferrara), European Legal Science: History, Cases (Francesca Galgano), History of Modern and Contemporary Codification (Francesco Rotondo), Decentralized Finance; Policies and Laws (Loredana Strianese), EU Private International Law (Giovanni Zarra).

The webinar will be recorded and subsequently made available online. At the end of both sessions, it will be possible to ask questions to the lecturers, who will be happy to answer queries also at a later time via their institutional e-mail accounts.

Incoming Erasmus students without a account wishing to attend the webinar should contact Amedeo Arena at to request an invitation.  
The Faculty of Law presents its modules taught in English
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