At UCAM, lawyers’ training is understood as an essential public service, and every institution should inspire the practice of this service. Our society is increasingly demanding towards legal professionals, who look for the achievement of justice and protecting interests of the citizen. Law must adapt to the ever-changing social and economical conctects. Therefore, lawyers’ training must be based on all the necessary competences to carry out a professional and responsible task with an ethical commitment:
Capability of analysis and synthesis of legal texts.
Skills in legal argumentation.
Command of ICT.
Motivation for Quality.
Sensitivity to issues of social, economic and environmental nature.
In short, students of the degree in Law at UCAM should seek not only a legal, scientific and professional training, but also an integral and committed education.
“My experience at UCAM, as a student of degree in Law, has been very rewarding for me both academically and personally. I would like to emphasize, as main features of the UCAM, the individualized education and the closeness between the professors and the students. Since first day, professors have always given me all the help I have needed to improve in my studies, with a personalized attention.
Personally, my time as a student at UCAM has meant an education according to the Christian values, which are very necessary nowadays. Without any doubt, I am very grateful to UCAM.”
Gonzalo Javier del Olmo Vela
Former Law student