ADVOCACIA (2020-21)

Código:
 D077

Créditos:
 90
 
Fecha de aprobación:
 20/09/2013

Título:
 Master (ECTS)
 
Precio:
 14,96
 1st registration credits
 

RAMA

Social and Legal Sciences

PLAN

UNIVERSITY MASTER'S DEGREE IN LEGAL PRACTICE

TIPO DE ENSEÑANZA

Face-to-face

CENTROS DONDE SE IMPARTE

Faculty of Law

ESTUDIO IMPARTIDO CONJUNTAMENTE CON

Solo se imparte en esta universidad

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PLAN DE ESTUDIOS OFERTADO EN EL CURSO 2020-21

 

Leyenda: No ofertadaSin docencia
UNIVERSITY MASTER'S DEGREE IN LEGAL PRACTICE
84 créditos
 
30 créditos
 
Curso
Título
Créditos
Subject
1
COMPULSORY
15
 
2
COMPULSORY
30
 
2
COMPULSORY
15
 
 
6 créditos
 
Curso
Título
Créditos
Subject
2
END OF MASTER WORK
6
 
 
 
Superado este bloque se obtiene
MASTER'S DEGREE IN LEGAL PRACTICE

 

 

OBJECTIVES


  • To comply with the training requirements established by Act 34/2006 of 30 October, in relation to Advocacy professionals
  • To provide quality vocational training of future lawyers and practising lawyers in that the relevant staff from the Administration of Justice Department will guarantee the exercise of fundamental rights to effective judicial tutelage.
  • To facilitate integration of post-graduates into the labour force by providing them with knowledge about the legal framework and present day legal practice context.
  • To raise awareness among students as regards the democratic values and the code of conduct and ethics related to this profession.
  • To prepare students for the accreditation of their professional training.
 
 

 

STRUCTURE OF THE MASTER’S DEGREE: CREDITS AND SUBJECTS

 

Subject type

Credits

Compulsory (OB)

54

Work Experience (OB)

30

Master’s Degree Final Project (OB)

  6

TOTAL CREDITS

90

 

 

DISTRIBUTION OF SUBJECTS BY YEAR/TERM

 

FIRST TERM (29 ECTS)

SECOND TERM (31 ECTS)

SUBJECT

TYPE

ECTS

SUBJECT

TYPE

ECTS
CRIMINAL AND PRISON LAW (PRACTICE)

OB

4,5 LABOUR AND SOCIAL SECURITY LAW (PRACTICE) 

OB

  5

CRIMINAL PROCEDURE LAW(PRACTICE)

OB

4,5 ADMINISTRATIVE LAW AND JUDICIAL REWIEW (PRACTICE)

OB

7
LEGAL ARGUMENTATION FOR LAWYERS

OB

3 TAX LAW (PRACTICE)

OB

4
SPECIALIST CIVIL LAW (PRACTICE)   OB 6 WORK EXPERIENCE I   OB
15
SPECIALIST COMMERCIAL LAW (PRACTICE)

OB

4

 
CIVIL AND COMMERCIAL PROCEDURAL LAW (PRACTICE)

OB

7
   

 

THIRD TERM  (30 ECTS)

SUBJECT

TYPE

ECTS

PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE AND BASIC ORGANISATION OF THE BAR ASSOCIATION OB 3
 PROFESSIONAL CODE OF CONDUCT OB 3
PUBLIC SPEAKING SKILLS AND  WITNESS EXAMINATION TECHNIQUES
OB 2
PREPARATION OF EVIDENCE OB 1
 WORK EXPERIENCE II OB
15
 MASTER’S DEGREE FINAL PROJECT OB 6

 

 

GENERAL COURSE PROGRAMME 

The Master’s programme includes key issues required for the practice of advocacy, such as the legal bar association framework, and practice in techniques and tools for the profession of advocacy. The remaining matters focus on topics that could be divided into the four judicial areas, dealing with both extrajudicial and judicial aspects. The programme aims to combine general training in the competences, skills and attitudes required for the practice of advocacy with specific areas of expertise. The work experience combines both aspects, i.e., the application of what has been learned to the actual practice of advocacy. The Master’s Degree Final Project aims to consolidate the student's educational experience through the creation of a file or a report concerning a specific case that was dealt with over the course of their studies and work experience.

 

SUBJECT AREA

SUBJECT

ECTS

TERM

PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE AND ORGANISATION OF THE BAR ASSOCIATION PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE AND BASIC ORGANISATION OF THE BAR ASSOCIATION

3

3rd

PROFESSIONAL CODE OF CONDUCT

3

3rd

TOTAL   6  
TECHNIQUES AND TOOLS FOR THE PRACTICE OF ADVOCACY LEGAL ARGUMENTATION FOR LAWYERS

3

1rst

PUBLIC SPEAKING SKILLS AND  WITNESS EXAMINATION TECHNIQUES

2

3rd

PREPARATION OF EVIDENCE   1

3rd

TOTAL

6

 

CIVIL LAW (PRACTICE) SPECIALIST CIVIL LAW (PRACTICE)

6

1rst

COMMERCIAL LAW (PRACTICE) SPECIALIST COMMERCIAL LAW (PRACTICE)

4

1rst

CIVIL AND COMMERCIAL PROCEDURE (PRACTICE) CIVIL AND COMMERCIAL PROCEDURE (PRACTICE)

7

1rst

TOTAL

17

 

CRIMINAL AND PRISON LAW (PRACTICE) CRIMINAL AND PRISON LAW (PRACTICE)

4,5

1rst

CRIMINAL PROCEDURAL LAW (PRACTICE) CRIMINAL PROCEDURAL (PRACTICE)

4,5

1rst

TOTAL

9

 

LABOUR AND SOCIAL SECURITY LAW (PRACTICE) LABOUR AND SOCIAL SECURITY LAW (PRACTICE)

5

2nd

TOTAL

5

 

ADMINISTRATIVE, TAX LAW AND JUDICIAL REVIEW (PRACTICE) ADMINISTRATIVE AND JUDICIAL REVIEW (PRACTICE)

7

2nd

TAX LAW (PRACTICE)

4

2nd

TOTAL

11

 

WORK EXPERIENCE WORK EXPERIENCE I

15

2nd

WORK EXPERIENCE II   15   3rd

TOTAL

30

 

MASTER’S DEGREE FINAL PROJECT MASTER’S DEGREE FINAL PROJECT

6

3rd

TOTAL

6

 

 

 

 

 

 

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

According to the Regulations of the University of Alicante, the following requirements must be complied to have access to official taught Master’s degrees:

  1. To be in possession of a SPANISH OFFICIAL GRADUATE DEGREE CERTIFICATE or other issued by an institution of higher education  within the EHEA (European Higher Education) that enables the holder to have access  to Master’s degrees in the issuing.
  2. To be in possession of an officially approved  FOREIGN HIGHER EDUCATION DEGREE CERTIFICATE that had been recognised as equal to the degree that allows access to the requested studies.
  3. To be in possession of a UNIVERSITY DEGREE CERTIFICATE obtained in a University or Higher Education Institution of COUNTRIES OUTSIDE THE EHEA, without the prior approval of their studies. In this case, the following should be considered:
  • Non- recognised degree certificates shall require a technical report showing an equivalence statement issued by the University of Alicante (ContinUA – Continuing Education Centre), for which the corresponding fee should be paid.
  • Access through this way does under no circumstances imply prior official approval of the holder’s degree certificate, nor its recognition for purposes other than studying a master's degree.

 

ADMISSION AND ASSESSMENT CRITERIA

Given that the Master of Laws is offered to meet the educational and practical professional requirements established by the regulations which govern access to the legal profession, “Ley de Acceso”, the admission requirement is set out in Article 2.1.a) of the Royal Decree 775/2011 of 3 June, (whereby Regulation of Act 34/2006 of 30 October is approved regarding access to the professions of Advocate and Court Solicitor), that is, “Applicants holding degrees in Law, Law graduates or other equivalent university degrees which meet the requirements of Article 3 of this regulation”.

According to Article 3 of Royal Decree 775/2011 of 3 June, which approves the Regulation of Act 34/2006, of 30 October, on access to the professions of Advocate and Court Solicitor, the aforementioned requirements are as follows:

The undergraduate degrees referred to in the Section 2, clause a) must accredit the acquisition of the following legal competences:

a) Knowledge and understanding of the elements, structure, resources, interpretation and application of law, and ability to interpret the sources and fundamental legal concepts of jurisprudence and different law systems.

b) Knowledge and understanding of the mechanisms and procedures for resolving legal disputes, and the legal position of individuals in their relations with both government and the authorities.

c) Knowledge of how to apply the criteria of priority of sources to determine the rules applicable in each case, and especially that of compliance with rules, and constitutional principles and values. 

d) Interpretation of legal texts from an interdisciplinary perspective by using legal principles and social, ethical, deontological values and principles as tools for analysis.

e) Delivering of convincing legal arguments on a theoretical question concerning various legal matters.

f) Solving case studies according to existing Law, which involves the prior preparation of material, identification of problematic areas, the selection and interpretation of the applicable law and a reasoned exposition of the subsumption.

g) Management of legal language and terminology of different branches of the law with skill and precision to include the drafting of legal documents in an orderly and understandable manner, as well as the oral and written communication of ideas, arguments and legal reasoning using the appropriate register in each context.

h) Using information and communication technologies for searching and gathering legal information (from legislation databases, jurisprudence, bibliographies, etc.) and as a tool for work and communication.

No additional requirements are established. However, if the number of applications exceeds the number of available places, admission will be according to the average mark of the Law degree. In this case, the Committee for the Coordination of the Master’s Degree may prioritise admission of applicants who are required to study the Master’s Degree over those who are or may already be chartered legal professionals and do not need a professional qualification as court solicitor under the existing regulations which govern access to the legal profession.

Additionally the following skills are recommended: good oral and written expression, inductive and deductive reasoning, ability to observe, identify and initiate problem solving and organizational capability.

 

PRE-ENROLMENT AND ENROLMENT 

 

PRE-ENROLMENT +info

Students who wish to study for an Official Master’s Degree at the UA should complete pre-enrolment in accordance with the deadlines and conditions specified annually.


ENROLMENT +info 

Following publication of the definitive list of those admitted to the course, applicants will receive an email containing a password which will serve as a User ID, enabling them to enrol via the Campus Virtual in accordance with the deadlines and conditions established annually.

In the registration process, the documents issued abroad must be official, duly notorised and translated. Further information:

 

ROLMENT +info

Following publication of the definitive list of those admitted to the course, applicants will receive an email containing a password which will serve as a User ID, enabling them to enrol via the Campus Virtual in accordance with the deadlines and conditions established annually.

 

 

TIMESCALE FOR IMPLEMENTATION

 

Academic year

Implementation of the Master’s degree

2012-2013

1st  Year

2013-2014

2nd Year

 

 
 

Internal Quality Assurance System (SGIC) of the Master’s Degree

Degree Tracking

 

 

Information about the Centre General information for students
  •  Faculty of Law
Campus de San Vicente del Raspeig
Ctra. de Alicante s/n 03690
San Vicente del Raspeig (Alicante)
Telephone:+ 34
96 590 3573
Fax:+ 34 96 590 9896
facu.dret@ua.es 
http://derecho.ua.es/en/

 

  • Life Long Learning Centre (ContinUA)
Only for pre-enrolment formalities
Germán Bernácer Building. Ground Floor
Telephone: + 34 96 590 9422
Fax: + 34 96 590 9442
continua@ua.es

https://web.ua.es/en/continua/

 

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