-Possess and understand knowledge that provides a basis or opportunity to be original in the development and/or application of ideas, often in a research context
-To be able to apply the knowledge acquired and their problem-solving skills in new or unfamiliar environments within broader (or multidisciplinary) contexts related to their area of study.
-Students are able to integrate knowledge and deal with the complexity of making judgements based on information that, although incomplete or limited, includes reflections on the social and ethical responsibilities linked to the application of their knowledge and judgements.
-Students should be able to communicate their findings and the ultimate knowledge and reasons behind them to specialist and non-specialist audiences in a clear and unambiguous manner.
-That students possess the learning skills that will enable them to continue studying in a largely self-directed or autonomous manner.
-Perceive the multidisciplinary nature of the legal system and the necessary interdisciplinary vision of legal problems, especially from an international perspective
-Integrate, manage, identify, organize and analyze legal information
-To make critical judgements, to evaluate them and to communicate their conclusions in a clear and orderly manner.
-To evaluate the development of personal and collective performance, identifying rigorous and well-done work, as well as errors, arguing and proposing alternative solutions to improve processes and results.
-Recognize the growing importance of teamwork and demonstrate initiative, creativity and a sense of responsibility, maintaining interest throughout the process.
-Adaptation and integration in different work groups, maintaining fluid relations and communications, respecting ideas and solutions contributed by others with an attitude of cooperation and tolerance, sharing responsibilities and giving and receiving instructions.
-Developing professional work in interdisciplinary and international teams, acquiring the capacity to integrate diverse contributions in diverse multicultural and legal environments towards a common goal.
-Acquiring an appropriate and correct conduct at international level, especially in the case of regulatory compliance and management of conflicts of interest both in the negotiation of contracts and their execution, as well as in the dispute resolution phase
-To be able to write legal documents in Spanish and English in environments of contract negotiation, carrying out transnational operations, as well as in an international conflict environment.
-Understand the different types of conflicts of interest present in any negotiation or dispute resolution activity within the framework of international law and analyse their influence on the development of the legal service to be provided to the parties involved: companies, the State, or individuals.
-Negotiate to resolve and/or avoid situations of legal conflict, allowing the lawyer to improve the efficiency of his work.
-To know how to present a satisfactory result for the client when the project requires coordinating times and teams with different time zones, jurisdictions, cultures and expectations, in order to finish a project, consisting of closing an operation, or processing a dispute before different courts.
-Know how to understand and adapt to the legal environment the different phases of a project both in the contractual and in the procedural field: initiation and planning, decision making, management of conflicts of interest, monitoring and control of execution.
-Ability to understand the economic implications of legal decisions, and the financial perspective when considering a client or a project
-Critical analysis of contractual and procedural documents and legal texts of international origin for their correct interpretation and execution.
-Capacity to extract common criteria from diverse sources of different legal traditions, and to formulate proposals and positions not based on arguments of authority, but of coherence.
-To be able to develop interpersonal skills and abilities, which facilitate the practice of transnational law in their relations with clients and other legal operators, as well as the choice of the correct strategy for the defence of clients' rights.
After passing this subject the student will be able to:
-Know the basic fundamentals of adequate written and oral expression, especially in English, applied both to the writing of legal contractual and procedural documents, and to the oral defence of the client.
-Understand the oral and written techniques that are most appropriate according to the type of situation in an international environment: negotiation of contractual documents and their drafting, drafting of procedural documents, negotiation of agreements, or defence in court or arbitration.
-Understand the various positions and interests that converge in an international negotiation, with special attention to the various cultural and legal aspects involved in transnational operations.
-Applying project management techniques to the issues that they carry or in which they participate.
-To master and understand the importance of cost management, human resources and change of scope in the provision of legal services.