|The PhD course is articulated in six curricula:
IUS/07 – Labour Law;
The PhD course in Labour law wants realizes these formative aims: individual specialist researches about labour relation, trade union right and social security with a particular attention to the analysis of the law in force and to the consideration of the law evolution and of the comparatistic topics.
IUS/12 – Tax Law;
The tax law is carrying into the principle of transparency, impartiality, effectivity and efficiency. The auspicated parity conditions between administration and taxpayers is still far but the new legislation, among the Statute of the Tax Payer, make a different behaviour of these relations impressed to the a major collaboration.
IUS/04 - IUS/05 – Commercial, Company, Financial and Competition Law;
The three years long PhD course aims at training the candidates to the doctor’s degree to scientific research and will focus on this themes: (i) the Law of Business Enterprises, including Company Law, Commercial Contracts Law, Intellectual Property Law, Competition Law; Law of Groups of Companies; (ii) the Law of Public Supervision on Enterprises; (iii) Banking and Insurance Law;(iv) Securities Regulation and Financial Markets’
IUS/02 – Comparative Private Law;
The PhD in Comparative private Law presents innovative aspects and a qualified openness towards relationships with foreign institutions. Candidates are asked to develop individual researches on the basis of a study programme which involves as main sectors: private comparative law and its several articulations (analysis of: the comparative method, the fundamental legal traditions, the specific jurisdictions and the legal institutes); EC private law; uniform law deriving from international conventions; law arising from international contractual practices (c.d. lex mercatoria).
IUS/01 - IUS/19 - Civil Law and History Of European Law;
The purpose is to prepare PhD candidates for scientific research about themes and subjects of the two scientific areas (Civil Law and European History Law). i) European private law, which, in XIX century and in the first half of the XX century, has been a law incorporated in the main codes ii) European private law is also studied in its historical roots. The main topics are: Intellectual Property; the interpretation of the law and of contracts; the trading, the contract resolution; iii) Fundamental Rights, iiii) The influence of European Union politics in domestic law systems.
IUS/15 – Civil Procedure Law
Doctorate in civil procedure deals with all the fundamental themes of the matter: declaratory judgment, enforcement proceedings, interim injunctions, voluntary jurisdiction, arbitration, bankruptcy proceedings. Other subjects of the course are: general theory of legal process, administration of justice, private international law, comparative civil procedure, EU civil procedure.