20110246 - Advanced international Law for Moot Court Competitions (Diritto internazionale avanzato)

Il corso intende sviluppare le competenze degli studenti nella ricerca e analisi giuridica, nella redazione di memorie in lingua inglese e nell’esposizione orale, attraverso la partecipazione a un concorso di moot court di diritto internazionale.
L'obiettivo del corso è che gli studenti imparino a presentare argomentazioni giuridiche articolate e strutturate, in forma sia scritta sia orale.
Alla fine del corso gli studenti saranno in grado di :
- effettuare una ricerca giuridica in materia di diritto internazionale
- analizzare e catalogare materiali di diritto internazionale
- applicare e interpretare il diritto internazionale con riguardo a questioni complesse, individualmente e in quanto membri di un team
- preparare in maniera adeguata una serie di argomentazioni scritte e orali, rivolte a un uditorio specialistico
- sviluppare una riflessione circa le proprie competenze a lavorare in un contesto lavorativo di gruppo.


SOSSAI MIRKO

scheda docente | materiale didattico

Programma

This course offers students the opportunity to work on complex and cutting-edge questions of international law through preparation for, and participation in, a distinguished international law moot competition. In the process, students will develop and refine advanced legal research and advocacy skills. The moot competitions will usually include the Philip C Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition, the pre-eminent global mooting competition in international law. Students will be expected to attend sessions on research methodology, and then to undertake intensive research in international law, prepare written submissions and develop oral submissions which are then refined through mooting practice.
At the end of this course, students will be able to:
- undertake international legal research
- analyse and synthesise international legal information and materials
- apply international law to complex issues, and critique the law from a practical perspective, either individually or as part of a team
- prepare appropriate and practical written and oral arguments for a specialist legal audience
- reflect on their abilities to effectively undertake legal work as a member of a team.


Testi Adottati

• James Crawford, Brownlie’s Principles of Public International Law (Oxford University Press, 8th ed, 2012).
• Malcolm N Shaw, International Law (Cambridge University Press, 6th ed, 2008).
• Robert Jennings and Arthur Watts (eds), Oppenheim’s International Law (Longman, 9th ed, 1992).
• Antonio Cassese, International Law (Oxford University Press, 2nd ed, 2005).

Modalità Valutazione

Prova orale.

SOSSAI MIRKO

scheda docente | materiale didattico

Mutuazione: 20110246 Advanced international Law for Moot Court Competitions (Diritto internazionale avanzato) in GIURISPRUDENZA LMG/01 SOSSAI MIRKO

Programma

This course offers students the opportunity to work on complex and cutting-edge questions of international law through preparation for, and participation in, a distinguished international law moot competition. In the process, students will develop and refine advanced legal research and advocacy skills. The moot competitions will usually include the Philip C Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition, the pre-eminent global mooting competition in international law. Students will be expected to attend sessions on research methodology, and then to undertake intensive research in international law, prepare written submissions and develop oral submissions which are then refined through mooting practice.
At the end of this course, students will be able to:
- undertake international legal research
- analyse and synthesise international legal information and materials
- apply international law to complex issues, and critique the law from a practical perspective, either individually or as part of a team
- prepare appropriate and practical written and oral arguments for a specialist legal audience
- reflect on their abilities to effectively undertake legal work as a member of a team.


Testi Adottati

• James Crawford, Brownlie’s Principles of Public International Law (Oxford University Press, 8th ed, 2012).
• Malcolm N Shaw, International Law (Cambridge University Press, 6th ed, 2008).
• Robert Jennings and Arthur Watts (eds), Oppenheim’s International Law (Longman, 9th ed, 1992).
• Antonio Cassese, International Law (Oxford University Press, 2nd ed, 2005).

Modalità Valutazione

Prova orale.