The project’s aim is to provide a sound, innovative and flexible proposal for the creation of an European Curriculum on Judicial Studies, which could be offered by high education institutions and partly integrated by schools of legal and judicial training. The project includes among its work packages a first preliminary study of the programs offered in the EU member States in the field of legal education and public administration and administrative science. Judicial studies are the outcome of a complex and reasoned texture of analytical contents drawn from the knowledge of how public sectors work, how legal reasoning and judicial decision making are de facto carried on, how judicial offices are managed, how formal organization and bureaucracies function in modern societies. The preliminary knowledge of what is thought to undergraduate, graduate and post graduate students so far provides an extremely rich basis to step forward and to develop a new curriculum on legal education. The project will be run in three years. The partners will work intensively to elaborate a proposal by the end of the second year. The third year is devoted to discuss and to spread off the outcomes achieved. Dissemination and discussion will take place within and outside the academic field. Civil society organizations, judicial schools and networks, bar associations and political institutions will be extensively involved.

Menu for Justice. Towards a European Curriculum Studiorum on Judicial Studies

GUARNIERI CALBO CROTTA, CARLO ANTONIO
2009

Abstract

The project’s aim is to provide a sound, innovative and flexible proposal for the creation of an European Curriculum on Judicial Studies, which could be offered by high education institutions and partly integrated by schools of legal and judicial training. The project includes among its work packages a first preliminary study of the programs offered in the EU member States in the field of legal education and public administration and administrative science. Judicial studies are the outcome of a complex and reasoned texture of analytical contents drawn from the knowledge of how public sectors work, how legal reasoning and judicial decision making are de facto carried on, how judicial offices are managed, how formal organization and bureaucracies function in modern societies. The preliminary knowledge of what is thought to undergraduate, graduate and post graduate students so far provides an extremely rich basis to step forward and to develop a new curriculum on legal education. The project will be run in three years. The partners will work intensively to elaborate a proposal by the end of the second year. The third year is devoted to discuss and to spread off the outcomes achieved. Dissemination and discussion will take place within and outside the academic field. Civil society organizations, judicial schools and networks, bar associations and political institutions will be extensively involved.
C. Guarnieri
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