Italy, Pisa

Fundamental Rights, Fundamental Freedoms and Private Law after the Lisbon Treaty

when 27 June 2016 - 8 July 2016
duration 2 weeks
credits 6 EC
fee EUR 250

The extent to which fundamental economic freedoms apply to private law relationships and the modalities thereof raise crucial questions concerning the institutional divisions of labour between the European Union and the member States as well as between the national legislatures and the courts system, particularly in the realm of social fundamental rights.
In the 2016 summer school organised by the Department of Law and the Department of Political Sciences of the University of Pisa, students, young researchers, legal scholars and professionals will meet to delve deeper into the application of economic freedoms to private law disputes and its impact on contract regulation.
Admission decisions are based on the strength of academic record.

Course leader

Prof. Emanuela Navarretta
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Prof. Elena Bargelli
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Prof. Valentina Calderai
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Target group

Students, young researchers, legal scholars and professionals

Course aim

The main objective of the course are is to enable the students to identify, analyse and critically discuss the most important issues concerning the impact of EU fundamental freedoms on national private law.

Fee info

EUR 250: The fee covers tuition, reading materials, and access to the cafeteria. Please note that the fee does not cover accommodation or travel costs.

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