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Universidad de Navarra
 

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Facultad de Derecho

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Estudios. Facultad de Derecho

COURSE DESCRIPTIONS

CREDIT DISTRIBUTION TO THE STUDENTS OF THE DIPLOMA
VISITING PRROFESSORS
FACULTY
STAFF

The University of Navarra Law School, in collaboration with the Gertrude Ryan Foundation, offer the Anglo-American Law Program (AALP) as a necessary complement to the traditional law degree. This is a new style to study law in Spain: European law and Anglo-American law together in the same degree.

The AALP is compatible with the International Business Law Program (IBLP) and the Global Law Studies.

Anglo-American Law plays a vital role not only in the United States but in all countries throughout the World. International legal institutions and law firms need lawyers who have working knowledge of both the civil and common law systems. Therefore, it is essential for European law students to be familiar with common law.

The AALP takes place during the regular academic year at the University of Navarra Law School and covers the major topics of the common law system. The AALP will be taught by professors from U.S. Law Schools.

The AALP will be taught completely in English. Therefore students will need to justify their language knowledge by passing an oral exam or presenting a degree certificate, either:

  • First Certificate in English
  • EOI (3rd grade)
  • TOEFL (92 points)

COURSE DESCRIPTION

COURSE
Cr.
Year
Schedule

INTRODUCTION TO ANGLO-AMERICAN LAW

3 cr.

First semester:
From September 24 to November 9, Monday and Friday, 12.00 -14.00, Room 5
From November 12 to November 16, From Monday to Friday, 16.00-21.00, Room 6

       

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW

6 cr.

Second semester:
From February 14 to April 25, Thursday and Friday, 12.00-14.00, Room 5
From April 21to May 2, From Monday to Friday, 16.00-19.00, Room 3

       

CRIMINAL LAW

3 cr.

Second semester:
From May 5 to May 16, from Monday to Friday, 16.00-19.00, Room 3

       

CONTRACT LAW

6 cr.

Second semester:
Froma March 3 to March 14, from Monday to Friday, 16.00-19.00, Room 3

       

DISPUTE RESOLUTION

3 cr.

First semester:
From September 24 to October 5, from Monday to Friday, 16.00 -19.00. Room 3.

From November 12 to November 16, Monday 17:00-20:00 and from Tuesday to Friday 16:00-19:00, Room 6

       

TORT LAW

3 cr.

Second semester:
From March 31 to April 11, from Monday to Friday, 16.00-19.00, Room 3

       

BUSINESS LAW (DERECHO ANGLOSAJON II)

6 cr.

Curso 2008-2009

       

TAX LAW (DERECHO ANGLOSAJON III)

6 cr.

Curso 2008-2009

CREDIT DISTRIBUTION TO THE STUDENTS OF THE DIPLOMA

PRIMER CICLO

INTRODUCTION TO ANGLO-AMERICAN LAW

LE

3 cr.

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (DERECHO CONSTITUCIONAL COMPARADO)

OP

6 cr.

CRIMINAL LAW

LE

3 cr.

CONTRACT LAW (DERECHO ANGLOSAJON I)

OP

6 cr.


SEGUNDO CICLO

DISPUTE RESOLUTION

LE

3 cr.

TORT LAW

LE

3 cr.

BUSINESS LAW (DERECHO ANGLOSAJÓN II)

OP

6 cr.

TAX LAW (DERECHO ANGLOSAJÓN III)

OP

6 cr.

VISITING PROFESSORS

Sara. S. Beale, Professor of Law, Duke University.

Richard Bierschbach, Professor of Law, Cardozo Law School, Jeshiva University.

Toni M. Fine, Assintant Dean for International, Fordham School of Law.

Mattias Kumm, Professor of Law, New York University School of Law.

Alejandro Garro, Adjunct Professor, Columbia Law School of Law.

Bruce La Pierre, Professor of Law, Washington University School of Law. St. Louis.

Pedro J. Martínez-Fraga, Adjunct Professor,  University of Miami School of Law, socio-director del Departamento de International Litigation de Greenberg Traurig.

Jacqueline M. Nolan-Haley,
Professor of Law, Fordham School of Law.

David G. Owen, Carolina Distinguished Professor of Law, University of South Carolina School of Law.

Mark R. Patterson,
Professor of Law, Fordham School of Law.

Peter Siegelman, Professor of Law, University of Connecticut School of Law

FACULTY

Scott Wishart, Assistant Dean for International Program, University of Navarra School of Law.

 Aaron J. Shuler, AALP University of Navarra School of Law

Staff

Patricia Palomino
Nicolás Zambrana

 

  Estudios
Licenciate
Curriculum
Core and Requiers Courses
In-Program Electives
Open Electives
Academic Norms and Regulations
Licenciate + Diplomas
Diploma in Economic Law
The Anglo-American Law Program
The International Business Law Program
The Global Law Program
Diploma in Environmental and urban Law
Specialization Certificate in the Law of Navarra
Diploma in Political Studies
Urban Planning and Management
Double Licenciates
Law + Business Administration
Law + Economics
Master´s Programs
Master´s Degree in Tax Consultancy (MAF)
Master´s Degree in Business Law (MDE)  
Double Master's Degree
Iberoamerican Master´s Degree in Legal Studies
Doctorate
Programs
Doctoral Courses
School of Legal Practice EPJ

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