For people committed to society
If you want to understand the society we live in and the interactions taking place in it; if you are a constructive person with an ability to solve problems and are aware of the changes in a fast-moving world, then the Bachelor's degree in Law will allow you to be trained as a lawyer and work to achieve the aim of this science: living in a fair, orderly society.
A critical, committed and ethical attitude to learning
All scopes of life, even human relations, are influenced by legal regulations. In this degree you will learn:
- The values underpinning legal regulations.
- The order that governs life in society.
- To settle disputes resulting from conflicts of interests.
- Ultimately, to use the most suitable instruments to build a fairer world
And all this, how?
- Taught sessions based on practice focused theoretical lectures.
- A number of core subjects, compulsory and elective subject areas.
- Classes taught in English, which is key to rounding off your legal education.
- Taking part in workshops and role plays on how to solve potential conflicts and solve those already existing.
- Working through case studies that will bring to the classroom the interactions and problems facing today’s societies.
- Performing successfully in an increasingly international context where information and communication technologies play a major role.
- You can also become specialised in one of the three pathways into which Law is divided:
- Public Law
- Patrimonial and Business Law
- Transnational Law
- Information and Communication Technologies Law
Choose the destination, the university and get your career off the ground
In the first semester in fourth year of study you will have the opportunity to go to a foreign university as part of the Erasmus programme, which will allow you to know other cultures and continue with your Law studies learning other countries' legislations.
Your guide through your learning experience
You will have tutorials starting from 1st year. Tutors will assess students as groups or individually, focusing on academic, personal and/or job aspects.
In addition to the specific tutorials, the University has a general coordination body: the University Guidance Service (SOU). Specifically, the Faculty of Law has a Careers Guidance Service (SOP) that organises, coordinates and promotes activities related to students’ professional future (practical workshops, information sessions on career opportunities in their degree, presentations by companies and law firms...). In addition, our Advisory Programme will give you the opportunity to take part in working sessions with leading professionals from outside the University of Deusto, who will help you to decide on your career choice.