Working Papers -2015:

The Centre publishes Working Papers, Policy Briefs and Reports. In addition, the Centre promotes the publication of books and articles in national and international journals in order to disseminate results of research activities. CDCT working paper ISSN 2280-9406. Editorial board: G. Ajani, R. Aluffi, R. Caterina, S. Ferreri, D. Francavilla, B. Gardella Tedeschi, M. Graziadei, B. Pasa


SILVIA FERRERI
CDCT Working Paper 40-2015 /ELC

The policy implemented within the EEC by Regulation N. 1/1958 to guarantee the citizens’ linguistic rights provides that all the official languages of the Member states have the same status. The ECJ has repeatedly confirmed the equal value of all the linguistic versions ..

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SILVIA FERRERI
CDCT Working Paper 39-2015 / CTL 16

Starting from an analysis of the book Il diritto come discorso by Aurelio Gentili (Milan 2013), the contribution highlights a number of issues relating to the language and style of argumentation of different legal traditions in a world in which the myth of the rule-making state is in crisis and the understanding of the law requires a pluralistic and dialogic approach ..

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LUCREZIA PALANDRI
CDCT Working Paper 38-2015/ELC 22

Over the last decade, comparative constitutional literature worldwide has debated the increased tendency of supreme and constitutional national judges to cite foreign precedents. This tendency is captured by the metaphor of the ‘dialogue among courts’, a rhetorical metaphor referring to it. One of the recurring arguments of both critics and upholders of the judicial use of the comparative method is that such a practice is contributing to a growing judicial cosmopolitanism …

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SILVIA FERRERI
CDCT Working Paper 37-2015/ELC 21

The multilingualism existing within European institutions and courts brings about a symmetrical difficulty in drafting provisions, judgements and documents that keep continuity and coherence with meaning in all the versions they are written.
This paper aims to analyse the complexity, the style and some problematic aspects of the judgements issued by, respectively, the European Court of Human Rights and the Court of Justice of the European Union, in light of the challenges presented by their translation …

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ENRICO GENTA
CDCT Working Paper 36-2015 / ELC 20

Il breve saggio intende evidenziare alcuni aspetti riguardanti l’organizzazione dell’assistenza ai poveri in Francia, tra Antico Regime e Rivoluzione, e in Inghilterra. La comparazione tra i due diversi sistemi, accentrato e statualista quello francese, ispirato ai principi del “local government” quello inglese, fornisce lo spunto per riflessioni su individualismo e comunitarismo …

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RICCARDO VIVIANI
CDCT Working Paper 35-2015 / CTL 14

In September 2015 the General Assembly of the United Nations will adopt a new sustainable development agenda which will substitute the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). One of the essential elements of the new agenda is the promotion of justice and the new targets are likely to focus on various legal issues such as the attainment of the rule of law and the formalization of property rights ..

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SILVIA MONDINO
CDCT Working Paper 34-2015 / CTL 13

The presence of immigrant families involves different challenges from a juridical point of view. It requires judges, first and foremost, and more generally public officials, lawyers, and social workers, to recognize, deal with and, on occasion, apply, institutions and rules pertaining to another legal culture ..

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