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Why to study this Master in the UdL?

The aim of the Master’s Degree in Law is to train lawyers who wish to practice a profession in law. It also represents one of the possible ways of conducting the educational courses and practices required to attend the assessment, only and national, accrediting the professional qualification for being admitted to the profession of law provided for by Law 34/2006 of 30 October, on access to the professions of lawyer and solicitor of the courts and Royal Decree 775/2011 of 3 June, approving the regulations of Law 34/2006. In accordance with the provisions of these two standards, a Master’s Degree in Law has a workload of 90 ECTS.


The proposed Master’s Degree is planned for three semesters, in response to both the workload and the fact that at the meeting of the Ministries of Justice and Education Work Group-Universities-CGAE-CGPTE held on 19th October 2011, it was agreed that 30 credits of internships be done after completing the 60 credits corresponding to the courses. Otherwise, based on the design of the professional qualification test for the practice of law, one for the whole of Spain, the Faculty of Law and Economics at the University of Lleida and the Illustrious Association of Lawyers of Lleida have agreed to the following structure for the Master’s Degree:

School rules and court representation S1 3
Law office organization and management S2 3
REQUIRED TECHNIQUES FOR THE PROFESSION 6 S1 Information and communication techniques S1 3
Auxiliary techniques for the profession S1 3
REQUIRED CONSULTING AND LITIGATION 39 S1/S2 Civil and commercial litigation S1/S2 15
Contentious-administrative litigation S2 6
Constitutional and international litigation S1/S2 3
Criminal litigation S1/S2 9
Social litigation S2 6
REQUIRED INTERNSHIP 30 S2/S3 Internship S2/S3 30
REQUIRED MASTER’S DEGREE FINAL PROJECT 6 S3 Master’s Degree Final Project S3 6


The educational activities that are planned for students of the Master’s degree pivot on two key strategies: the case study method and the exhibition method.