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Date du début: 1 sept. 2015, Date de fin: 31 août 2018 PROJET  TERMINÉ 

The project aims at promoting excellence in teaching and research and to disseminate information and knowledge, in respect of the emerging field of European Civil Procedure (a relatively new topic in the field of EU studies), analysed in a comparative and transnational perspective, in order to assess whether the EU Institutions should proceed or not in the direction of a more intense harmonization of the principles and rules of civil procedure.A systematic approach will be adopted, dividing the Module into three different parts (each one with an autonomous relevance).First year: Comparative Civil ProcedureSecond year: European Civil ProcedureThird year: Transnational LitigationActivities during each year: - lectures (open to students, professionals and members of the judiciary) on the most relevant issues of the respective fields - seminars on specific topics held by worldwide recognized specialists in the field.- an interactive teaching methodology (individual or collective contributions in the form of presentations, summaries or prepared discussions, basic notions of written and oral legal advocacy, mock trials, an annual visit to the most relevant institutions in the respective field).- a website ( will be created and constantly uploaded with updated cases and materials related to the field of ECP, to create an open educational resource and also to promote scientific partnerships with other Universities, Research centres and other institutions active in the field. - workshops and roundtables with the participation of professionals and members of the judiciary, to provide participants with an overview of the possible future career paths in the field.- a conference, at the end of the Module, will be held on the issues and trends of European Civil Procedure.- at the end of the Module a research handbook on ECP will be published, with the contributions of all Module Lecturers and other specialists.