The course will consist in frontal lectures and classes aiming to expose and discuss with students the main contents of the subject. Student must prepare in advance studying recommended bibliography, law and cases. Those materials will be revised and updated each year by the Professor in charge and will be at disposal one month before course starts. Students may contact with the teacher in order to get further information or extended notes.
Sessions will be hold as seminaries where active debate between students and the lecturer is fostered as a crucial mean for a deeper understanding of the topics. A consistent part of those sessions (about 40%) is dedicated to the exposure by the student of practical cases, reasoning, or elaboration of legal documents and claims.
Theory: 20 hours
Practice: 15 hours
Student¿s individual work and other activities: 70 hours
Slides and multimedia facilities will be widely used during the sessions.
Readings of selected material is strongly recommended. Usually it refers to academic papers, textbook chapters, official reports and newspaper articles that Lecturer considers useful to complete student¿s background. Materials will be subject of analysis and open debate.
Solving practical cases individually or per team as well as elaborating papers or reports under same conditions.