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.
Why study the degree
The city of A Coruña and its metropolitan area count on an important development of the services and industry sectors that need professionals from the world of law. The city has its headquarters as the highest judicial body of the Autonomous Community, the High Court of Justice of Galicia, in addition to having a large number of judicial halls both first and second instance.
Likewise, in the Herculane capital the Government Delegation is based in Galicia and a number of autonomous agencies, which determines a great legal relation with the Public Administration in its different territorial areas. With regard to private enterprise, companies in the world of banking and the textile sector are particularly significant, all of them with a clear need for legal cabinets or services.
This Master has a clear work orientation or practice. In addition, the Master has 30 credits of external compulsory practices to be developed preferably in law firms, but also in other relevant institutions for which he wishes to practice as a lawyer (mainly legal advisors of private companies or public institutions of autonomous or municipal scope) .
What is learned
The methodology and programming are based on active and participatory training and on the progressive assimilation of experiences and legal reasoning. It is about getting the student to acquire appropriate professional habits.
The organization of the plan tends to ensure that, from the outset, the student develops the techniques of practicing the profession of lawyer.
Structure of the Study
The study is structured in three quarters. External internships are held in the second and third semesters.
The Master, of face-to-face nature, is organized into two groups, morning and afternoon, with attendance at least 80% of the sessions being compulsory.
Module I: Unique
- Deontology and Transversal Techniques
- Instrumental Techniques
- Civil Litigation Practice
- Civil Substantive Practice I
- Practical Procedures and Labor Nouns
- Administrative Practice
- Business Practice
- Tax Practice
- External Practices II
- Criminal Litigation Practice
- Substance Abuse
- Civil Substantive Practice II
- Placement I
- Work End of Master
Professional and academic outputs
The training qualifies for access to the test to obtain the title of lawyer. 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 practice of law is one of the most relevant outlets for graduates and law graduates. The master's degree is aimed at students who intend to practice the profession of lawyer.
Common access requirements
In order to obtain a Master's Degree in Law it will be necessary to be in possession of the Degree of Degree or Degree in Law or another university degree of equivalent Degree that meets the requirements established in article 3 of Royal Decree 775/2011, of June 3, by the Which approves the Regulation of Law 34/2006, of October 30, on access to the professions of Attorney and Attorney of the Courts.
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