- Develop critical thinking and reasoning and know how to communicate effectively both in your mother tongue and in other languages.
- Developing independent learning strategies.
- Respect the diversity and plurality of ideas, persons and situations.
- Generate innovative and competitive proposals for research and professional activities.
Identifying, recognising and applying the basic and general principles of the legal ordinances.
Defending and promoting the essential values of the social and democratic state of law.
Writing up legal texts (contracts, reports, judgements, orders, ordinances, wills, legislation, etc.).
Finding, interpreting and applying legal regulations.
Identifying, assessing and putting into practice any changes in jurisprudence.
Defending and reasoning the application of legal regulations.
Identifying any underlying conflicts of interests in lawsuits or other real cases.
Presenting in public the problems represented in a specific lawsuit, the legal regulations that must be applied and the most coherent solutions.
Negotiating and arbitrating between different people or institutions in conflict (public administration – administrator, family conflicts and protection of minors, companies – workers and their representatives, opposing parties, etc.).
Integrating the importance of Law as a regulative system of social relations.
Demonstrating critical judgement when analysing legal ordinances and the development of legal dialectics.
- Manage information efficiently, with the capability of assimilating large quantities of data in a limited amount of time.
- Present your information appropriately according to your audience.
- Manage bibliographic and documentary resources: databases, web navigation, etc.
- Using different information and communication technologies.
- Being able to make decisions.
- Demonstrating thoughtful and critical reasoning in your analyses, summaries and conclusions.
- Ability to persuasively communicate your points of view.
- Demonstrating efficacy in a changing environment when facing new tasks, responsibilities or people.
- Respecting professional secrecy.