Course Code: DR III 4 • Study year: III • Academic Year: 2024-2025
Domain: Law • Field of study: Law
Type of course: Compulsory
Language of instruction: Romanian
Erasmus Language of instruction: English
Name of lecturer: Laura Cetean-Voiculescu
Seminar tutor: Laura Cetean-Voiculescu
Form of education Full-time
Form of instruction: Class / Seminary
Number of teaching hours per semester: 56
Number of teaching hours per week: 2
Semester: Autumn
Form of receiving a credit for a course: Grade
Number of ECTS credits allocated 5

Course aims:

1. Knowledge and understanding (knowledge and appropriate use of subject-specific concepts):- Knowledge of the main institutions of family law and civil status documents- Learning the basics of family law- Using legal language related discipline
2. Explanation and interpretation (explanation and interpretation of ideas, projects, processes, as well as theoretical and practical content of the discipline):- Understanding and interpretation of the concepts related to the institution of marriage, the family, adoption, parentage, etc.- Interpr
3. Instrumental applications (design, management and evaluation of specific practical activities, the use of methods, techniques and tools of investigation and application)- Analysis and qualification rules for family law and civil status documents- Linking general rules special rules- Correlate
4. Attitude (manifesting a positive and responsible attitude towards science/scientific nurturing environment focused on the values and democratic relations/promotion of a system of cultural, moral and civic/optimal recovery and their potential in creative scientific activities)
Taking an active role in the analysis of family law legislation event reported positive attitudes to the family as the core of society and its values to Event a responsible attitude towards continuous training, operational knowledge and application of new laws or changes in legislation and case law

Course Entry Requirements:

- Civil Law

Course contents:

Discipline "Family Law" is an educational discipline aimed at familiarizing the students, specializing in law, basic legal institutions of family law by understanding the features of this branch as a whole and distinguish it from other branches of law .It also seeks the formation of a specialized language, legal language appropriate and correct use of written or verbal expression terms, notions and concepts of family law as a whole. Family law is the prime objective in-depth exploration of the concept of "family". This subject is intended to give an explanation of the whole law and family law in particular, familiarizing students with the major institutions: marriage, divorce, adoption, kinship, affinity, affiliation, civil status documents, etc.

Teaching methods:

Lecture, conversation, exemplification.

Learning outcomes:

• Applying theories, principles and concepts in a context determined • Preliminary analysis of the data, their interpretation, the carrying out of classifications and some conceptual delineations • Development of Vocational projects using theories, principles and specific methods of entitlement.

Learning outcomes verification and assessment criteria:

Written paper – interpretative essay – 80%; continuous assessment – 20%.

Recommended reading:

M Barnes, D Hammond, • International Child Maintenance and Family Obligations Online, Guidance to the law and procedures that govern applications for new orders and enforcement of existing orders to and from abroad,, Family Law, Londra, 2013, all.
Professor Bill Atkin, • International Survey of Family Law 2012 Online, The 2012 survey, published on behalf of the International Society of Family Law,, International Society of Family Law, Londra, 2012, all.
R Cabeza, A Bhutta, J Braier, • International Adoption Online, Examines the detailed legal framework including the complexities of both UK legislation and the Hague Convention,, Family Law, Londra, 2012, all.
D Burrows, • Practice of Family Law: Evidence and Procedure Online, Expert commentary on key aspects which arise in the family courts,
Simon Sugar, Andrzej Bojarski, • Unlocking Matrimonial Assets on Divorce Online, A practical and user friendly guide to the more challenging areas of ancillary relief practice,