Degree in Law
240 credits - Faculty of Law
Minimum number of credits to be taken in the first year
- 48 first-year subject credits for full-time students.
- 24 credits for part-time students.
- After the first year of registration, there is no minimum number of credits to take.
Public tuition prices per credit . Academic Year 2019-20
- 1st registration : 11,59¤
- 2nd registration : 25,77¤
- 3rd registration : 55,79¤
- 4th registration : 77,30¤
- CG1 - 1. Knowledge of the social sector. Getting to know and understanding the social environment, especially with regards to territorial differences and economics.
- CG2 - 10. Working in a team. Undertaking legal tasks in a team, especially those which have an interdisciplinary focus. This involves leadership skills as well as collaborative abilities while carrying out collective tasks.
- CG3 - 13. Autonomy. Being able to confront new problems and requirements.
- CG4 - 15. Use of IT. As a user, being able to handle basic electronic tools.
- CT1 - 15. Knowledge of the English language. Understanding, speaking, and writing in English at an intermediate level.
- CE1 - 2. Basic legal knowledge. Getting to know and understanding basic legal principles, institutions, regulations, and concepts, including their origins.
- CE2 - 3. In depth legal knowledge. Getting to know and understanding legal foundations and the latest legal developments and trends in specific fields chosen by the student.
- CE3 - 4. Instrumental data sources. Gathering and correctly using legal information (positive law, doctrine, jurisprudence, historical sources, etc.) from instrumental (possibly electronic) sources.
- CE4 - 5. System of legal sources. Understanding how to use the system of legal sources whether for consulting the validity and effectiveness of a law, or for analysing sources on regulatory data against a problem that has been given.
- CE5 - 6.1. Comprehension and analysis of legal texts: Legal texts. Understanding, systematizing, interpreting, and integrating legal texts.
- CE6 - 6.2. Comprehension and analysis of legal texts: Juridical texts. Understanding, systematizing, and finding the reasoning behind (ratio decidendi) legal texts.
- CE7 - 6.3. Comprehension and analysis of legal texts: Legal acts. Analysing and interpreting legal acts.
- CE8 - 6.4. Comprehension and analysis of legal texts: Doctrinal texts. Understanding and systematizing doctrinal texts.
- CE9 - 7.1. Implementation of law: Regulatory categorization and subsumption. Applying legal, jurisprudential, or doctrinal categories and distinctions to declarations.
- CE10 - 7.2. Implementation of law: Selecting and obtaining evidence. Selecting evidence relevant to complex events, identifying those which are lacking but which could be useful, and determining how to present evidence and how that affects the burden of proof.
- CE11 - 7.3. Implementation of law: Procedure. Identifying the judicial, administrative, or private instruments available for resolving a given problem.
- CE12 - 7.4. Implementation of law: Foresight. Foreseeing potential future judicial outcomes of specific acts.
- CE13 - 8. Communication. Presenting judicial ideas, proposals, or solutions in a precise, orderly, and concise way, both written and orally, and being able to adapt the discussion to the circumstances (audience, position, etc.)
- CE14 - 9. Regulations. Draft regulatory texts and acts.
- CE15 - 11. Negotiation and mediation. Knowing and understanding how to apply basic negotiation and mediation techniques to legal problems.
- CE16 - 12. Critical thinking. Having the ability to contrast any legal text or information with high-level values and being able to analyse the political, social, and economic consequences of a legal decision.