After the successful completion of the course, students are expected to delve into the subject of the course and be able to deal independently with relevant legal issues, especially through writing academic papers and presenting them publicly, preparing scientific research and conducting critical commentary on the respective case - law.
Course Content (Syllabus)
The constitutional basis of the claim for legal protection consists of a series of individual forms, i.e. the claim for a judgement on the substance of the case, the claim for enforcement of the judgement and the claim for a judgement ordering interim measures. The latter aspect of the judicial protection, due to its popularity, is on the focus of this subject. The course examines both the general provisions and the specific interim measures. Voluntary jurisdiction is also included in the particular course, since it is considered as a more efficient and appropriate method for the adjudication of a number of cases or disputes. especially because this process has been proven to be faster, more flexible and less expensive compared to the disputed one. Moreover, the general principles of the voluntary jurisdiction will be examined, as well as other individual provisions of the Greek Civil Procedure Code and additional special laws.