Lectures will be given in the theoretical groups -with a larger number of students- and will be devoted to the exposition of the fundamental concepts of the program. An attempt will also be made to establish the guiding thread of the different contents of the course and to give an overall view of the subject. Notwithstanding the above, the practical classes will reinforce and complement the essential points studied in the master classes, either through group work or individual work.
B. PRACTICAL CLASSES
The complementary practical classes will be given in small groups and their content will be as heterogeneous as possible, adapting to the particularities of the specific subject to be studied in depth. Among the different activities programmed in principle (without prejudice to changes, inclusions or exclusions arising from the dynamics of the course) the following are foreseen:
- Assumptions of application of positive law to real cases.
- Analysis and commentaries of jurisprudence.
- Preparation and presentation in class of certain topics.
- Reflection and debate on relevant news.
- Group discussion and debate on controversial issues.
- Viewing of recordings of different judicial processes.
- Complementary activity in the form of a visit to a judicial body or institution (Court, Supreme Court, Constitutional Court, CGPJ, Prosecutor's Office, etc.).
INDIVIDUAL AND GROUP TUTORIALS:
- Each teacher will establish a weekly schedule for individual tutorials. The student may attend tutorials to solve any doubt, problem or question that requires the attention of the responsible teacher.
- On the other hand, the teacher will be able to establish during the term up to a maximum of 2 collective tutorials of a complementary and, in any case, voluntary nature.
INDIVIDUAL OR GROUP WORK OF THE STUDENT.
- For subjects of 3 ECTs, 46 hours will be dedicated.