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Law and Legal Practice

Programme

Máster Acceso Abogacía

Duration
Number of credits taught
Type of programme
Number of places
Language of instruction    
Degree

Course venue    

3 academic semesters
90 ETCS
Taught sessions
120
Spanish and Basque
Master degree in Law and Legal Practice (official spanish diploma)
University of Deusto, Bilbao campus and the Biscay Bar Assotiation offices.
 

 

Master’s Final Project

Because this profession-oriented and extremely practical degree programme focuses on preparing students for the world of work, the Master’s Final Project consists of an academically supervised report based on a problem (legal-practical case) that students have studied during their internship.

In the MFP, students are required to demonstrate they have acquired the knowledge, skills and attitude that practising lawyers must use when handling cases, both from the legal perspective (substantive and procedural) as well as from the ethical point of view.

Competences which must be demonstrated in the final project:

  • The capacity to search for and select different types of sources related to the report.
  • Draw up the bibliography with the relevant sources and case law.
  • Appropriate approach to legal doctrine.

 

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  • Formulate the proper hypotheses for procedural legal problems
  • Find answers to the problems detected, in compliance with the specialist legal field
  • Identify the instruments and procedures needed to solve the problem.

The Master’s Final Project consists of the following steps: 

  • Choose a topic from the student’s experience in the internship and propose it to the faculty advisor in charge of this subject. Exercise extreme caution to avoid revealing any professional secrets.
  • Draw up a reasoned response through a tutorial session to focus on the topic chosen.
  • Obtain approval of the proposal from the faculty advisor. In the event that the topic is rejected, students are given a second chance.
  • Tutorials are held to solve any doubts and recommend, if applicable, attendance to meetings or congresses that may useful when writing out the report.
  • Writing, style, content, layout: Students are required to read the recommended material to acquire the necessary in-depth knowledge for the report.
  • Approval from the faculty advisor is required prior to submitting and defending the project. Students will be duly informed about these requirements.


 

Programme

Máster Acceso Abogacía

Duration
Number of credits taught
Type of programme
Number of places
Language of instruction    
Degree

Course venue    

3 academic semesters
90 ETCS
Taught sessions
120
Spanish and Basque
Master degree in Law and Legal Practice (official spanish diploma)
University of Deusto, Bilbao campus and the Biscay Bar Assotiation offices.
 

 

Master’s Final Project

Because this profession-oriented and extremely practical degree programme focuses on preparing students for the world of work, the Master’s Final Project consists of an academically supervised report based on a problem (legal-practical case) that students have studied during their internship.

In the MFP, students are required to demonstrate they have acquired the knowledge, skills and attitude that practising lawyers must use when handling cases, both from the legal perspective (substantive and procedural) as well as from the ethical point of view.

Competences which must be demonstrated in the final project:

  • The capacity to search for and select different types of sources related to the report.
  • Draw up the bibliography with the relevant sources and case law.
  • Appropriate approach to legal doctrine.

 

Get more information
Hide information
+-
  • Formulate the proper hypotheses for procedural legal problems
  • Find answers to the problems detected, in compliance with the specialist legal field
  • Identify the instruments and procedures needed to solve the problem.

The Master’s Final Project consists of the following steps: 

  • Choose a topic from the student’s experience in the internship and propose it to the faculty advisor in charge of this subject. Exercise extreme caution to avoid revealing any professional secrets.
  • Draw up a reasoned response through a tutorial session to focus on the topic chosen.
  • Obtain approval of the proposal from the faculty advisor. In the event that the topic is rejected, students are given a second chance.
  • Tutorials are held to solve any doubts and recommend, if applicable, attendance to meetings or congresses that may useful when writing out the report.
  • Writing, style, content, layout: Students are required to read the recommended material to acquire the necessary in-depth knowledge for the report.
  • Approval from the faculty advisor is required prior to submitting and defending the project. Students will be duly informed about these requirements.