The Master’s Degree Legal Studies (Solicitors) is part of the advanced training in the legal sciences, providing a specialization in the area of Corporate and another in Contracts, considered of particular interest to the legal professions. Its general objective is the development of specialized studies in these areas, training professionals who are capable of mastering a set of scientific knowledge that best qualifies them for the exercise of the profession, completing and strengthening their skills. The training focuses on the consolidation of knowledge and the development of specialized, technical and professional skills appropriate to the best performance of graduates in legal areas in the labour market.
Semester Course Units ScA ECTS S1 Research Methodologies GE 6 S1 Arbitration and Mediation CJFO 6 S1 Registries and Notaries Practices CJFO 6 S1 Taxation of Economic Activities FISC 6 S1 Professional Seminars CJFO 6 Corporate Specialization S2 Corporate Litigation, Insolvency and Business Recovery CJE 5 S2 Civil Procedure Practice CJFO 5 S2 Tax and Administrative Law Procedure CJAF 5 S2 The Legal Framework of Employment Relations CJE 5 S2 Introduction to Project CJFU 5 S2 Option - a Curricular Unit from Specialization in Social Studies - Contracts 5 Contracts Specialization S2 Public Procurement CJE 5 S2 Commercial and Corporate Contracts CJE 5 S2 Intellectual Property Agreements and Registration 5 S2 Private Law: Contracts in Particular CJP 5 S2 Introduction to Project CJFU 5 S2 Option - a Curricular Unit from Specialization in Social Studies - Business 5
ScA - Main Scientific Area
ECTS – ECTS Credits
Semester: S1 (1st Semester); S2 (2nd Semester): A (Annual)