The general tutoring help desk is held, starting from 16 September 2019, in room 'Aula rappresentanti studenti' and according to the following schedule:
- on Mondays from 5 pm to 6 pm
- on Thursdays from 2 pm to 3 pm
It is also possible to contact the tutors and possibly schedule a different appointment by writing an email to tutor-giurisprudenza [at] unitn.it
TUTORING IN SPECIFIC DISCIPLINARY FIELDS
Tutoring in specific disciplinary fields is a support service aimed at students who encounter difficulties in learning specific subjects of a course or in preparing for an exam.
The disciplinary fields for which the specific tutoring service is active are: Constitutional and International Administrative Law; Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure, and Philosophy of Law; Private Law, Comparative Private and Business Law; Substantive and Procedural Labour Law; History of Roman Law and of Modern Legal Thought.
For each disciplinary field at least one tutor is available for the whole academic year.
Students may reach the tutors of their field of interest to schedule an appointment by writing an email to the following addresses:
Constitutional and International Administrative Law
email: tutor.giuri.amm-cost-int [at] unitn.it
(Giulia Giusy Cusenza; Giulio Battistella; Simone Franca)
Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure, and Philosophy of Law
email: tutor.giuri.pen-proc-filo [at] unitn.it
(Sara Manstretta; Sara Paiusco)
Private Law, Comparative Private and Business Law
email: tutor.giuri.priv-privcomp-comm [at] unitn.it
(Alberto Pagliari; Lorenzo Ardenghi)
Substantive and Procedural Labour Law
email: tutor.giuri.lav-procciv [at] unitn.it
History of Roman Law and of Modern Legal Thought
email: tutor.giuri.dir-rom-storia [at] unitn.it
(Tommaso Bianchi; Anna Floris)
The specific tutoring service is held by students enrolled in a Master's Degree course or in a PhD programme, who have been slected via call for application; the call for application for tutors in specific fields is a public selection that takes place twice a year, once in summer and once in late autumn each year.