The article is a further contribution to an
ongoing debate on jurisdiction in which Riccardo Villata provides, amongst
other interpretations, an insight into the constitutional system resulting from
Articles 103 and 113 of the Italian Constitution.

The author confirms his adherence to the
traditional structure of the administrative judicial system based on the acknowledgment
of legitimate interests as subjective legal situations for the protection of
which an ad hoc judge is needed.

As a result, Professor Villata does not share
the opinion that the administrative judge should be abolished and replaced by
specialised sections of the ordinary magistrate.

The article will soon appear in the renowned
law journal “Rivista di Diritto
Processuale Amministrativo
”, No. 1/2019, published by Giuffrè, Milan.

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