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Friday May 19, 2023 at 13:57

The URJC and the Illustrious College of Attorneys of Madrid join forces

The URJC and the Illustrious College of Attorneys of Madrid join forces The URJC and the Illustrious College of Attorneys of Madrid join forces

Their first collaboration materializes through the University Master's Degree in Advocacy and Procurement that the Rey Juan Carlos University will begin to offer next year.

Raul Garcia Hemonnet

The rector, Javier Ramos, and the dean of the Madrid College of Attorneys, Alberto Narciso García Barrenechea, signed a collaboration agreement between the two entities this morning on the Madrid campus.

Specifically, the purpose of the agreement signed is to "guarantee compliance with the theoretical and practical requirements for the acquisition of the professional competence of Solicitor and the qualification of the teaching staff, through the Master's Degree in Law and Procurement, in accordance with the provisions of article 6 of the Access Law and article 5.1 of RD 64/2023”.

According to the agreement, it is stated that the master's degree will develop the necessary competencies and skills for the exercise of the profession of attorney: possess skills that allow applying the specialized knowledge acquired in the bachelor's degree or degree to professional practice before courts or public authorities, as well as in advisory roles. Likewise, knowing how to identify conflicts of interest and knowing the techniques for their resolution and establishing the scope of professional secrecy and confidentiality, and preserving the independence of criteria. Also know how to present facts orally and in writing, and extract legal consequences by argument, in attention to the context and the addressee to whom they are addressed, in accordance with the modalities of each procedural area, among many other competences.

In addition, the agreement details the objectives to be achieved by the students of the master's degree, when carrying out external practices.

The agreement signed today has a duration of 4 years and guarantees the quality of this degree. It is added to the endorsement of the Madrid Bar Association, which already has the master's degree.