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Advanced Legal Studies

Skills and competences

Upon completion of the course, successful students will be able to:

  • display an implicit capacity for original thinking in the development or application of ideas, in a research context;

  • apply acquired knowledge to problem-solving in new or relatively unknown environments within broader (or multidisciplinary) contexts;

  • tackle the complexity of formulating judgements based on incomplete or limited information, taking due consideration of the associated social and ethical responsibilities;

  • communicate knowledge, theories and conclusions to specialists and non-specialists in a clear and unambiguous manner;

  • display a capacity for on-going self-directed and independent learning;

  • develop an analytical and investigative mind-set in order to design and conduct a legal research project;

  • develop the capacity to propose criteria for the application of legal rules;

  • apply protection systems covering public and private situations of failure or dependency;

  • evaluate conflicts of territorial competence between the autonomous regions of Spain;

  • Conduct research into the limits of State intervention in private autonomy;

  • evaluate and apply the impact of European and international legislation on Spanish law.

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