LABOR LAW

Degree course: 
Corso di Long single cycle degree (5 years) in GIURISPRUDENZA
Academic year when starting the degree: 
2018/2019
Year: 
2
Academic year in which the course will be held: 
2019/2020
Course type: 
Compulsory subjects, characteristic of the class
Language: 
Italian
Credits: 
6
Period: 
Second semester
Standard lectures hours: 
35
Detail of lecture’s hours: 
Lesson (35 hours)
Requirements: 

Admission to the course follows preliminary exams on Institutions of Private Law and Constitutional Law. To derive most benefit from the course the student should possess not only a knowledge of the fundamental notions of Private Law and Constitutional Law, but also a definite familiarity with the topic, particularly regarding the discipline of Obligations and of Contract Law.

Final Examination: 
Orale

The ability to understand the complexity of the normative will be verified during the lessons, asking students to report on the topics of major importance treated by the teacher also in light of practical cases discussed in the sentences. In this case, the related material will be an integral part of the exam program for the students attending.

Assessment: 
Voto Finale

Knowledge and understanding: knowledge and awareness of the historical and evolutionary dimension of Labour and Trade Union Law, of the deep relation between the socio-economic facts, the culture of society and its political movements and the national and community legislation regarding employment and social conflict.

Ability to apply knowledge and understanding: ability of identifying the juridical function and the historical, political and economic motivations from which drawing relevant conclusions and interpretations.

Critical thinking: ability to link together law and collective labour agreement and to elaborate a personal judgment in light of controversial doctrinal and jurisprudential orientations.

Communicative skills: ability to expose the acquired knowledge clearly, with a technical language and to have acquired critical assessment and argumentation skills.

From social legislation to the employment contract - subordination - co-ordinated and continuous collaborations, project work, self-employment - the employment contract - flexible work contracts - protection of the labour market - fundamental workers’ rights - equality and non-discrimination - freedom and dignity of the worker - powers, rights and obligations of the parties in labour relations - working hours - suspension of employment - unilateral withdrawal - individual dismissal - collective dismissals - the guarantees of rights.

Texts and teaching materials
M.V. BALLESTRERO, G. DE SIMONE (with the collaboration of M. Novella), Diritto del lavoro, Giappichelli, Torino, latest edition , and any extra teaching materials indicated during the lectures.

Texts for non attending students (Students who have not been present regularly at lessons):

Second part: M.V. BALLESTRERO, G. DE SIMONE (with the collaboration of M. Novella), Diritto del lavoro, Giappichelli, Torino, latest edition (excluding the part regarding Trade Union Law);

Convenzionale

Lectures, 35 hours.

The timetable for individual appointments is established each term, or if a student is unable to attend during the established hours, an appointment can be requested by the student by email.

Professors