School Council

The organization of the School's courses is supervised by a board, made up of:

 

  • Paul Pascucci – Director of the Legal Institute – Director of the School
  • Paolo Morozzo DellaRocca – Director of the Department of Law of Urbino
  • Laura DiBona – Representative for the Tribunal
  • Francesco Caprioli – Representative for the Tribunal
  • Maria De Angelis – Head of jurisprudential research of the IGS
  • Antonella Bonelli – Representative designated by the Order of Lawyers and Notaries
  • Marco Stolfi – Representative designated by the Order of Chartered Accountants and Accounting Experts
  • Manuel Canti – DGFP
  • Simona Capicchioni – Coordinator – Secretary of the Scientific Council of the School.

The School Council deliberates annually on the appointment of teachers, on the proposal of the Director.

The Management of the School is based at the San Marino Legal Institute
Via Salita alla Rocca, 44 - 47890 San Marino.

Formative articulation

The duration of the course is one year and corresponds to the time frame of the academic year.

Lessons will take place on weekends (Friday afternoon and Saturday morning) for a total of 160 hours, at the headquarters of the San Marino Legal Institute, in Salita alla Rocca 44, San Marino City.

Note: In some exceptional cases, forewarned, one of the lessons of the module could be postponed to Saturday afternoon.

The courses will end with the elaboration and discussion of an individual paper on one of the topics covered, for which a semester of individual study is foreseen.

Those who obtain a positive result in the final interview, the School issues the title of "Advanced training for the profession of Lawyer and Notary" or "Advanced training for the Profession of Accountant and Accounting Expert".

Attendance at least 75% of the lessons held is required for admission to the final interview.

At the end of the courses it will be released to subscribers who have fulfilled the required teaching obligations, including the drafting of the final thesis, a Diploma jointly signed by the Academic Authorities of the "Carlo Bo" Universities of Urbino and San Marino.

At the course they are recognized 40 credits.

To the listeners and those who are not in a position to obtain the diploma will in any case be issued a certificate of attendance.

To those attending the individual modules, and in any case to the applicants who need it, a valid certificate will be issued for the purposes of continuous training.

* The courses of the School entitle to the acquisition of training credits for the purpose of continuing professional training for members of the Register of Lawyers and Notaries, for members of the Register of Chartered Accountants and Accounting Experts, for members of the ODCEC Trainee Register, and for those enrolled in the Register of Auditors of the Republic of San Marino and in the Register of Italian Lawyers and Notaries.

LEGAL AND ECONOMIC SCHOOL CALENDAR 19-20

Formative articulation
The duration of the course is one year and corresponds to the time frame of the academic year.

Lessons will take place on weekends (Friday afternoon and Saturday morning) for a total of 160 hours, at the headquarters of the San Marino Legal Institute, in Via Piana 17 San Marino Città.
Note: In some exceptional cases, forewarned, one of the lessons of the module could be postponed to Saturday afternoon.

The minimum attendance requirement for obtaining the diploma is 75% of the teaching activities.
The courses will end with the elaboration and discussion of an individual paper on one of the topics covered.

At the end of the courses it will be released to subscribers who have fulfilled the educational obligations envisaged, including the drafting of the final thesis, a Diploma jointly signed by the Academic Authorities of the Universities of Urbino and San Marino. The course is recognized for 30 credits.
To the listeners and those who are not in a position to obtain the diploma will in any case be issued a certificate of attendance.
To those attending the individual modules, and in any case to the applicants who need it, a valid certificate will be issued for the purposes of continuous training.

* The courses of the School entitle to the acquisition of training credits for the purpose of continuing professional training for members of the Register of Lawyers and Notaries, for members of the Register of Chartered Accountants and Accounting Experts, for members of the ODCEC Trainee Register, and for those enrolled in the Register of Auditors of the Republic of San Marino and in the Register of Italian Lawyers and Notaries.

Teaching subjects and teaching methodology

Teaching subjects
Constitutional right; Civil right; Civil Procedure; Criminal law; Criminal Procedure Law; Private international law; Administrative law; Commercial law; Labor law; Tax law; International taxation; insolvency proceedings; Notarial activity; Business Accounting; State and Public Bodies Accounting; Principles and discipline of the Audit.

Teaching methodology
The classic lectures will be accompanied by seminars and practical exercises. The teaching will be inspired as much as possible by the teaching according to which "law is a practical science for the solution of practical problems", so that the casuistic-problematic method will be privileged.

Final thesis

Deadline for completing the final specialization thesis:

  • title filing: October 2016
  • delivery of the thesis: April 2017
  • defense of the thesis: end of May/beginning of June 2017 

The thesis must have a minimum of about 50 folders. Attached is the facsimile of the title page.
The student will have to identify a tutor among the teachers on the calendar.
The scientific contact person for the theses is the Prof. ELGA MARVELLI‎, with which you can better define the title and search methods.

These are some topics as a starting point for work:

NB: The thesis is compulsory for regularly enrolled students who have attended the entire course and are in possession of a degree (San Marino – Urbino joint certificate) and for accountants who aspire to obtain the final certification from the University of San Marino. 
Auditors who have attended a part of the course (only the general or disciplinary one) or sporadic modules can request the attendance certificate via email.

Registration for individual modules

application form

Each module (Friday afternoon and Saturday morning) costs €150
note: The modules are accredited for the purpose of in-service training of the Orders of Lawyers, Accountants and Auditors of the RSM at the rate of one per hour.

Methods of enrollment and admission

The admitted candidates will have to confirm and formalize their enrollment by sending a confirmation of participation to the e-mail address igs@unirsm.sm and the receipt via e-mail or fax to 0549/882554 of the payment of the first installment of the enrollment fee, payable by Bank transfer

Those admitted who do not enroll within the deadline will be considered forfeited and the places they have left vacant will be made available to the immediately following suitable candidates in the ranking.

To this end, the latter will be immediately contacted by the Secretariat of the Legal Institute.

Online registration desk

By clicking on the link (the procedure is mandatory) it is possible to autonomously manage the pre-registration, matriculation, payment of fees and printing of certificates

https://unirsm.esse3.cineca.it (click here for help and help desk). Obligation to complete and submit both online and by paper mail
Attach the following original documentation:
  • degree certificate with all the grades obtained in the individual exams;
  • curriculum vitae and studiorum;
  • actual delivery;
  • certificate of residence and citizenship or self-certification;
  • photocopy of personal identity document;
  • a passport photo

We inform students and trainees that contacts with the San Marino Legal Institute can only be managed via email.

For the trainees

Please make you autonomous in terms of calendar control of the lessons which is always updated on the page of call for applications.

We also invite you to subscribe to the Facebook group https://www.facebook.com/groups/253721764700351/ to get news on any changes to the program, on extra-programme events and to ask any questions.

for thesis (timing and topics) you will be notified when the School Council gives indications to communicate to you; meanwhile each of you can indicate to this email a title/area and a tutor, who can be identified among the teachers of this edition of the School on the basis of the chosen theme, to whom we will ask the willingness to follow you. Directions for drafting can be found below page.

For trainees

For the same reason we ask trainees to do the same thing checking the lessons marked with a green asterisk on the calendar denoting compulsory classes (calendar , here);

Less asterisk lessons are all paid (for registrations refer to the following fitting instructions)

We also ask you to DO NOT SIGN THE ATTENDANCE SHEETS EXPOSED IN THE CLASS but to register your presence in the appropriate booklet since the screening of the weekly registers requires a lot of time, part of which is used weekly to identify the signatures of the "non-enrolled" by screening the auditors (who are the responsibility of the Institute) from the trainees who have other practices (booklet checked and certified only at the end of the internship).

Finally the trainees must register ONCE ONLY at http://esse4web.unirsm.sm/    – Procedure for registration of trainees (free) Ignore the registration fee of 0.01€ (which is not payable)

We also invite you to subscribe to the Facebook group https://www.facebook.com/groups/253721764700351/ to get news on any changes to the program, on extra-programme events and to ask any questions.

We are also up Facebook 

Registration desk and second installment payment

Enrollment online

Teaching material and calendar

Final thesis

List of topics and deadlines

deadline for completing the final thesis of specialization:
  • deposit (by mail) of title of your search
  • Deadline for drafting and delivery of work
  • Thread: the thesis must have a minimum of about 50 folders. Attached is the facsimile of the title page

NOTE:
The thesis is compulsory for regular students who have attended the entire course and are in possession of a degree (joint San Marino – Urbino certificate) and for accountants who aspire to obtain the final certification from the University of San Marino.
Auditors who have attended a part of the course (only the general or disciplinary one) or sporadic modules can request the attendance certificate via email.

 

List of thesis topics in the LAWYERS and NOTARIES area: List of essay topics AVV 2nd edition
List of thesis topics in the ACCOUNTANTS area: List of School Papers – dr. comm XNUMXnd edition
REQUEST BY MAIL THE FAC SIMILE OF THE THESIS FRONTISPIECE | 38,5 KB

 

Tutor speakers list

Please identify the area of ​​expertise of the tutors listed here on the lesson calendar to determine who can help you in dealing with the topic chosen for your thesis.

Partners and Accreditations

In collaboration with the Professional Orders of Lawyers and Notaries and Accountants of the Republic of San Marino
With the recognition of the State Secretariat for Industry for the purposes of continuous training of Auditors
With the recognition of the Professional Orders of Lawyers, Notaries and Accountants of the Republic of San Marino for the purpose of in-service training of professionals and the training of those enrolled in the trainee register 

Description and purpose

The course aims to provide in-depth theoretical and practical knowledge of San Marino law in all its branches. To this end, it ensures, on the one hand, the achievement of adequate preparation for the state exam for qualification to the professions of Lawyer, Notary and Chartered Accountant, and on the other, constant professional updating

School management

The organization of the School's courses is supervised by a board, made up of:

  • a representative designated by the Order of Lawyers and Notaries of the Republic of San Marino,
  • a representative designated by the Order of Chartered Accountants of the Republic of San Marino,
  • the Director of the Department of Legal Studies of the University of San Marino,
  • the Director of the Legal Institute of San Marino,
  • the pro tempore Dean of the Faculty of Law of the "Carlo Bo" University of Urbino, who performs the functions of Director and
  • a Deputy Director appointed by the Director among experts in San Marino law.

The Management of the School is based at the San Marino Legal Institute, via Piana 27 – 47890 San Marino

Teaching subjects and teaching methodology

Teaching subjects
Constitutional right; Civil right; Civil Procedure; Criminal law; Criminal Procedure Law; Private international law; Administrative law; Commercial law; Labor law; Tax law; International taxation; insolvency proceedings; Notarial activity; Business Accounting; State and Public Bodies Accounting; Principles and discipline of the Audit.

Teaching methodology
The classic lectures will be accompanied by seminars and practical exercises. The teaching will be inspired as much as possible by the teaching according to which "law is a practical science for the solution of practical problems", so that the casuistic-problematic method will be privileged.

recipients

Graduates in Law and in Economics and Commerce, Lawyers, Notaries and Chartered Accountants are admitted to the courses.
Accountants may also be admitted as auditors.

School teachers

The teaching staff will be selected from among those who, in addition to proven teaching aptitudes, possess effective knowledge of the San Marino legal system.
University Professors, Judges and expert professionals in the disciplines covered by the individual courses will therefore be selected

Training articulation

The duration of the course is one year and corresponds to the time frame of the academic year.

Lessons will take place on weekends (Friday afternoon and Saturday morning) of the months from January to September , for a total of about 160 hours, at the premises of the San Marino Legal Institute, in Via Piana 27 San Marino Città.

The minimum attendance requirement for obtaining the diploma is 75% of the teaching activities.

The courses will end with the elaboration and discussion of an individual paper on one of the topics covered.

At the end of the Courses, a Diploma jointly signed by the Academic Authorities of the Universities of Urbino and San Marino will be issued to those enrolled who have fulfilled the envisaged teaching obligations, including the drafting of the final thesis.
A certificate of attendance will still be issued to auditors and to those who are not in a position to obtain the diploma.

Beginning of lessons and calendar

Method of access

There are 60 (sixty) places available.
  • mandatory compilation of admission sheet online;
  • sending by post to the Secretariat of the Legal Institute in Via Piana, 27 - 47890 San Marino, of the paper admission form (the one in the brochure or a printout of the online one), attaching the whole Required documentation, listed at the bottom of the admission form;
  • sending by fax (0549/882554) of the fee receipt mandatory of pre-registration of €50, payable by bank transfer using the coordinates indicated in the section of the site dedicated to registration

Applicants will be selected on the basis of their academic qualifications and curriculum vitae.
Admission to the courses will be communicated to those accepted by e-mail.

How to register

By submitting a confirmation of participation e-mail address dsg@unirsm.sm‎ and the receipt by mail or fax to 0549/882554 of the payment of the first installment of the enrollment fee, payable by bank transfer

Those admitted who do not enroll within the deadline will be considered forfeited and the places they have left vacant will be made available to the immediately following suitable candidates in the ranking.

To this end, the latter will be immediately contacted by the Secretariat of the Legal Institute.

Registration form

Obligation to complete and submit both online and by paper mail

Attach the following original documentation:

  • degree certificate with all the grades obtained in the individual exams;
  • curriculum vitae and studiorum;
  • actual delivery;
  • certificate of residence and citizenship or self-certification;
  • photocopy of personal identity document;
  • a passport photo

Description and purpose

The course aims to provide in-depth theoretical and practical knowledge of San Marino law in all its branches. To this end, it ensures, on the one hand, the achievement of adequate preparation for the state exam for qualification to the professions of Lawyer, Notary and Chartered Accountant, and on the other, constant professional updating.

School management

The organization of the School's courses is supervised by a board, made up of:

  • a representative designated by the Order of Lawyers and Notaries of the Republic of San Marino,
  • a representative designated by the Order of Chartered Accountants of the Republic of San Marino,
  • the Director of the Department of Legal Studies of the University of San Marino,
  • the Director of the Legal Institute of San Marino,
  • the pro tempore Dean of the Faculty of Law of the "Carlo Bo" University of Urbino, who performs the functions of Director and
  • a Deputy Director appointed by the Director among experts in San Marino law.

The Management of the School is based at the San Marino Legal Institute, via Piana 27 – 47890 San Marino

Teaching subjects and teaching methodology

Teaching subjects
Constitutional right; Civil right; Civil Procedure; Criminal law; Criminal Procedure Law; Private international law; Administrative law; Commercial law; Labor law; Tax law; International taxation; insolvency proceedings; Notarial activity; Business Accounting; State and Public Bodies Accounting; Principles and discipline of the Audit.

Teaching methodology
The classic lectures will be accompanied by seminars and practical exercises. The teaching will be inspired as much as possible by the teaching according to which "law is a practical science for the solution of practical problems", so that the casuistic-problematic method will be privileged.

recipients

Graduates in Law and in Economics and Commerce, Lawyers, Notaries and Chartered Accountants are admitted to the courses.
Accountants may also be admitted as auditors.

School teachers

The teaching staff will be selected from among those who, in addition to proven teaching aptitudes, possess effective knowledge of the San Marino legal system.
University Professors, Judges and expert professionals in the disciplines covered by the individual courses will therefore be selected

Training articulation

The duration of the course is one year and corresponds to the time frame of the academic year.

Lessons will take place on weekends (Friday afternoon and Saturday morning) of the months from January to September 2012, for a total of about 160 hours, at the premises of the San Marino Legal Institute, in Via Piana 27 San Marino Città.

The minimum attendance requirement for obtaining the diploma is 75% of the teaching activities.
The courses will end with the elaboration and discussion of an individual paper on one of the topics covered.

At the end of the Courses, a Diploma jointly signed by the Academic Authorities of the Universities of Urbino and San Marino will be issued to those enrolled who have fulfilled the envisaged teaching obligations, including the drafting of the final thesis.

A certificate of attendance will still be issued to auditors and to those who are not in a position to obtain the diploma.

Beginning of lessons and calendar

Lessons will begin Friday January 27 2012
calendar

Method of access

There are 60 (sixty) places available.
Interested candidates must submit an application for admission by 16 January 2012which must be accompanied by:
  • mandatory compilation of admission sheet online;
  • sending by post to the Secretariat of the Department of Legal Studies of the University of San Marino, Contrada Omerelli 20 - 47890 San Marino, of the paper admission form (the one in the brochure or a printout of the online one), attaching the whole Required documentation, listed at the bottom of the admission form;
  • sending by fax (0549/882554) of the fee receipt mandatory of pre-registration of €50, payable by bank transfer using the coordinates indicated in the section of the site dedicated to registration

Applicants will be selected on the basis of their academic qualifications and curriculum vitae.
Admission to the courses will be communicated to those accepted by e-mail and mobile phone.

How to register

Admitted candidates must confirm and formalize their enrollment by at 12.00 on 16 January 2012, sending a confirmation of participation e-mail address dsg@unirsm.sm‎ and the receipt by mail or fax to 0549/882554 of the payment of the first installment of the enrollment fee, payable by wire transfer.

Those admitted who do not enroll within the deadline will be considered forfeited and the places they have left vacant will be made available to the immediately following suitable candidates in the ranking.

To this end, the latter will be immediately contacted by the Secretariat of the Department of Legal Studies.

Registration form

Obligation to complete and submit both online and by paper mail

Attach the following original documentation:
  • degree certificate with all the grades obtained in the individual exams;
  • curriculum vitae and studiorum;
  • actual delivery;
  • certificate of residence and citizenship or self-certification;
  • photocopy of personal identity document;
  • a passport photo

ON-LINE ENROLLMENT – ENROLLMENT DESK
https://unirsm.esse3.cineca.it

Final thesis

List of topics and deadlines

Deadline for completing the final thesis of specialization:
  • deposit (by mail) of title of your research e waiting for visa proceed of the Director
  • Deadline for drafting and delivery of the work 15/03/2015
  • Thread: date to be allocated (by June 2015)
The thesis must have a minimum of about 50 folders (pages).
Do the same title page thesis Legal-Economic School

NOTE:
The thesis is compulsory for regular students who have attended the entire course and are in possession of a degree (joint San Marino – Urbino certificate) and for accountants who aspire to obtain the final certification from the University of San Marino.

Auditors who have attended a part of the course (only the general or disciplinary one) or sporadic modules can request the attendance certificate via email.

List of thesis topics in the LAWYERS and NOTARIES area:GIUS topics and thesis tutors
List of thesis topics in the ACCOUNTANTS area: topics and thesis tutors COMM

 

List of tutor speakers

Please identify the area of ​​expertise of the tutors indicated here on the lesson calendar to determine what can be of help in dealing with the topic chosen for the thesis

go to the ANONYMOUS electronic sheet

Specialization School in San Marino Law 2007/2008

The Specialization School in San Marino Law is organized in collaboration with the Faculty of Law of the University of Urbino.

It aims to offer specific legal training in all sectors of the San Marino legal system, providing the knowledge and methodological tools necessary to apply the relevant legislation, also in relations with other legal systems and in particular with the Italian one.

The course aims to contribute to the professional preparation of those who carry out their activity in the public administration sector, in the business sector and, of course, in the world of the legal professions.

For graduates of Italian universities, the study of the San Marino legal system can offer a unique experience of high educational value, as well as the practical utility of being able to know and know how to operate with the regulations and legal categories of a "foreign" community that has close relationships with the Italian company

The Scientific Committee of the School is composed of:
Prof. Luigi Mari – President

– Prof. Lanfranco Ferroni – Secretary
– Prof. Vittorio Parlato – member
– Avv. Pier Luigi Bacciocchi – member
– Avv. Luigi Lonfernini – member

Announcement of competition of the Specialization School in San Marino Law Academic Year 2007/2008

 

The 9th Cycle of the Specialization School in San Marino Law is activated:

Art. 1. A maximum number of thirty members will be admitted to its attendance.

Art. 2. The following are qualifications for admission to the Postgraduate School of San Marino Law:
a) citizenship of San Marino or Italian or of a country of the European Union;
b) a university degree, even a three-year degree obtained from the faculties of Law, Economics or Political Science.
Graduates in law, political science and economics from foreign universities will also be able to obtain enrolment, if the Scientific Committee decides that the academic curriculum is adequate.

Art. 3. Applications for admission to the Postgraduate School of San Marino Law must be presented or sent to the President of the Scientific Committee at the Department of Legal Studies of the University of the Republic of San Marino – Contrada delle Mura 16, 47890 City – RSM- no later than 14.15 pm on Friday 29 February 2008.
In the application, candidates must specify their name, surname, place and date of birth, domicile or residence for the purposes of mail delivery and declare that they have read and understood this notice of competition.
The following documents produced on unstamped paper and presented in original or in copy certified by the Public Notary must be attached to the application, documents which will not be returned:
a) certificate of citizenship;
b) residence certificate;
c) degree certificate, with specification of the final assessment;
d) list of exams taken.
Failure to attach even just one of the documents indicated will result in the inadmissibility of the application.
The University of the Republic of San Marino declines any and all responsibility for any delays or loss of applications and documents sent by postal service.

Art. 4. If there are more applications for admission than the number of places available, a ranking will be drawn up in accordance with the following priority criteria:
1) San Marino citizenship or residence in the Republic of San Marino;
2) degree mark.
In the event of a further tie, the candidates will be admitted in supernumerary.

Art. 5. The enrollment fee for the School amounts to Euro 520,00 to be paid in installments divided as follows:
• pre-registration Euro 20,00 by 29 February 2008;
• 250,00st installment (Euro 6) by 2008 March XNUMX;
• 250,00nd installment (Euro 30) by 2008 May XNUMX.
Payment must be made by bank transfer made out to: Central Bank of the Republic of San Marino SM 74 ABI 03225 CAB 09800 C/C 220001, Reason: Specialization School in San Marino Law.

Failure to pay the 250,00st installment of Euro 6 by 2008 March XNUMX will result in exclusion from the School, with the subsequent candidate taking over.
Failure to pay the second installment of Euro 250,00 by 30 May 2008 will result in forfeiture of enrollment without the right to a refund.

Art. 6. The lessons are divided into two semesters:
1st semester: from 7 March 2008.
2nd semester: from 30 May 2008 .

Art. 7. The courses taught are the following:
San Marino Common Law I and II (5 CFU.); San Marino Commercial Law I and II (5 CFU.); San Marino Criminal Law I and II (5 CFU.); San Marino Civil Procedure I and II (5 CFU.); San Marino Criminal Procedure I and II (5 CFU.); San Marino Administrative Law I and II (3 CFU.); San Marino Labor Law I and II and San Marino Social Security Law (6 CFU.); San Marino Tax Law I and II (5 CFU.); Family law and religious institutions law in San Marino I and II (6 CFU.); San Marino Constitutional Law I and II (5 CFU.); International and Transnational Relations in the San Marino legal system (5 CFU.); Judicial system (3 CFU.), Human Rights (3 CFU).

Art. 8. At the end of each semester of lessons there is an oral exam on each subject.
The examination committee is made up of the professor of the subject and an expert appointed by the Scientific Committee, on proposal of the same professor.
The test is considered passed with the minimum mark of 18/30 (eighteen/thirtieth).
Make-up exams are allowed for no more than four subjects.
70% attendance of the total amount of lesson hours is required.

Art. 9. Students enrolled in the School of Specialization in San Marino Law who have obtained the minimum grade of 18/30 (eighteen/thirtieths) in all the subjects taught and in good standing with the payment of the installments, will be issued a diploma which entails the acquisition of 61 credits and the recognition of 10 points in the job placement lists of the Republic of San Marino.

Art. 10. The submission of the application presupposes full knowledge and acceptance by the bidders of the rules and provisions contained in this announcement.

San Marino, 31 January 2008

The President Prof. Luigi Mari
The director Prof. Pier Giorgio Peruzzi
The Magnificent Rector Prof. Giorgio Petroni

For further information: Department of Legal Studies – tel. 0549.88.25.12 - fax. 0549.882303

Postgraduate School in San Marino Law