Professore II fascia
Dipartimento di Giurisprudenza
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Erik Longo è ricercatore di Diritto costituzionale presso l’Università degli Studi di Macerata. E' incaricato dell'insegnamento di Diritto costituzionale 2 presso la Facoltà di Giurisprudenza. Si occupa di temi legati alle fonti del diritto ed alle libertà costituzionali. Nel 2007 ha pubblicato per EUM il volume “Regioni e diritti. La tutela dei diritti nelle leggi e negli statuti regionali” con cui ha vinto il Premio nazionale "Opera prima" Sergio P. Panunzio per giovani studiosi di diritto costituzionale per il 2008. Nel 2012 ha pubblicato con CEDAM il volume "Le relazioni giuridiche nel sistema dei diritti sociali. Profili teorici e prassi costituzionali".
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dalle 17:30 alle 19:00
(durante il semestre di lezione) ex Istituto di Filosofia del diritto, Piaggia dell'Università
http://unimc.academia.edu/ErikLongo/ (cv anche in eng)
International Moot Court Competition 2015 - Law & Religion
Venice, 9-11 March 2015
The reasons and the roots of a choice
Since its foundation, Fondazione Marcianum has been attracting the interest of international professors, researchers and students who have actively taken part to the different initiatives and have collaborated in a profitable way. It is worth mentioning the activity of ASSET during the period 2009 -2012, when a great number of activities, such as conferences and international summer schools took place - related to distinct research projects - and whose proceedings were published in a series of books bearing the same name.
Among the priorities of the Marcianum, there is the need to consolidate the relationship with the city of Venice from a scientific, cultural and social perspective. As a matter of fact, Marcianum has developed in the recent years a fruitful cooperation especially with the University of Ca' Foscari. A cooperation bringing to the creation of an inter-university PhD program on Law, Market and Person. Inside the program, Marcianum supports research project focused on social rights, human rights, religious freedom. Marcianum keeps to be interested in contributing to develop the role of Venice as a center of communication and confrontation among different cultures.
The competition and its goals
For the year 2015 the Marcianum intends to offer a real laboratory for reflecting upon the social and the legal field.
The goal of the Moot Court Competition is to bring together in Venice, for a limited period of time and in an intensive way (9-11 March 2015), a group of law school students in order to make them discuss a case with professional jurists. The students, coming from European and American Law Schools, will participate as teams. They will deal with a case at the intersection between law and religion, a central issue for the entire world and indeed a crucial theme for the Marcianum.
The initiative will bring together scholars and students of different backgrounds to have them address the very same case from two different standpoints. Three scholars will sit as the Supreme Court of the United States; three as the European Court of Human Rights. Teams will argue the same case before one of the two boards of judges. After a verdict, a roundtable will gather some scholars to debate the case as well as the way the two moot courts have addressed it.
This approach will give the students an opportunity to measure themselves with a case related to fundamental rights, developing reflective and argumentative skills and, at the same time, it will offer them, and the other participants, the occasion to highlight the different cultural points of view of the two Courts, enhancing the comparative perspective.
Per maggiori dettagli: http://www.marcianum.it/content/venice-moot-court-2015