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Interdisciplinary law is an area of study that allows program participants to tailor a degree to suit their career goals in the legal arena. For example, students might study economics alongside financial laws for a position in business.
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The Master in Law, which qualifies for access to the training test to obtain the title of lawyer, is taught jointly between the UDC and ICACOR through the School of Legal
With the new regulations established by Law 34/2006, of October 30, on access to the professions of Attorney and Attorney and by Royal Decree 775/2011, of June 3, by which approves the Regulation of the Law 34/2006, of October 30, on access to the professions of Lawyer and Attorney of the Tribunals, the completion of a previous training becomes mandatory requirement to be able to develop the profession of lawyer.
The Masters in Law, Which qualifies for access to the training test to obtain the title of lawyer, is taught jointly between the UDC and ICACOR through the School of Legal Practice "Dean Churches Corral".
The main objective of the Master is aimed at getting the student to obtain the skills, abilities and skills that allow him to practice the profession of lawyer once it exceeds the corresponding state test. In this way, you can join and open the appropriate professional office....
The University Master's Degree in Law is regulated by Law 34/2006, of October 30, developed by Royal Decree 775/2011, of June 3. In congruence with this, the Faculty
The University Master's Degree in Law is regulated by Law 34/2006, of October 30, developed by Royal Decree 775/2011, of June 3. In congruence with this, the Faculty of Law of the University of La Laguna - in collaboration with the Bar Association of Santa Cruz de Tenerife - starts, from the academic year 2014/15, the necessary training to facilitate the graduates in Law the exercise to the profession of lawyer, once passed the corresponding state test of aptitude.
This responds to the demand of society to provide qualified training to those who will be fundamental partners in the delivery of justice, for the quality of the service they provide, which directly results in the effective judicial protection that our Constitution guarantees to all the citizens....
Starting from the AA 2016/2017, the Department of Law of the SUN offers its students a new opportunity to go international, in addition to traditional exchange programs.
Starting from the AA 2016/2017, the Department of Law of the SUN offers its students a new opportunity to go international, in addition to traditional exchange programs. Students will take a new course of study jointly developed at the University of Murcia (Spain) that will allow them to spend three semesters at a foreign university and to achieve, at the end of the path, a double degree, ie a double degree . More precisely, the licenses issued to the term of the course are the "Grado en Derecho" at the University of Murcia and the "Master of Law" at the Second University of Naples.
The goal is to enable the students to live SUN challenging experience in a prestigious foreign university and to expand so their academic horizons, cultural and future job opportunities. The release of the double degree allows access to the "Master en abogacia" in Spain for the forensic obtain the qualification. ...