Università degli Studi di Napoli "Parthenope"

Teaching schedule

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Belonging course: 
Course of 5-year Single Cycle Master's Degree Programme on GIURISPRUDENZA
Disciplinary sector: 
Year of study: 
Second semester
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Course description

Acquisition by the students of knowledge related to:
- the Italian on-line trial
- principles and technicalities in the on-line trial

Expected learning results, in accord to the Dublin descriptors:

At the end of the course, the student should demonstrate the acquisition of the following knowledge, ability and skills:

Knowledge and Understanding
- deep knowledge related to the judicial system and the general principles of the on-line trial;
- skills about strategies and problem solving in the on-line trial.

Applying Knowledge and Understanding
- skills to apply principles and general rules to of on-line trial. These skills will be useful to students who want become lawyers or judges.

Making judgments
The student must learn:
- to catch and solve any impediment or delay in any kind of on-line trial
- develop strategies to achieve the best results in the in-line trials

Skills to speak and show summarily and clearly what’s useful for the on-line trial

Lifelong Learning skills
The students must develop the ability for practical use of the on-line trial.


To understand the contents of the lessons and achieve the educational objectives of the course, the student must have acquired knowledge and skills related to the analysis of the on-line trial


Computer Document’s Notion - Analogic Document’s Notion - Simple Electronic Signatures - Advanced Electronic Signatures - Qualified Electronic Signatures - Digital Signature - Computer Copies of Analogic Documents - Analog Copies - Digital Native Acts - Analogic Acts and their digitalization - Nullity and Irregularities - The Court's measures - Copies - Terms – Proofs – Challenges

The on-line trial (16 hours)
The proofs ((16 hours)
The challenges (16 hours)

Teaching Methods

Frontal lessons supported by materials available on the department’s site


Il processo telematico nel sistema del diritto processuale civile, a cura di G. Ruffini, Milano, 2019: cap. 2; cap., 4, sez. I, II, III, IV, VI; cap. 5, sez. II; Cap. 7, sez. I.

Learning assessment

1. Number of the exam phases: 1

2. Exam objectives: verification of the knowledge level of each student about the principal course issues;

3. Exam methodology: oral exam

4. Timing: based on the Department exam calendar

5. Duration: 30 min

6. Typology: conversation

7. Exam final evaluation: the student will gain the minimum score when he will be able to demonstrate the acquisition of basic knowledge related to the on-line trial. The student will gain the maximum score when he will be able to demonstrate the fuly achievement of the expected results, according to the Dublin indicators.

More information

Preparatory courses:
Civil procedure

Lectures are in Italian. The professor is fluent in English and is available to interact with students in English, also during the examination.