Common core in Law

Common Core in Law refers to a foundational set of knowledge and skills that are typically taught in legal education programs and form the basis for understanding the legal system. It provides students with a broad understanding of legal principles, concepts, and methodologies.

Students studying the common core in law learn how to analyze legal issues, interpret statutes and case law, and apply legal principles to different situations. They also develop skills in legal research, writing, and oral advocacy, which are essential for effectively communicating legal arguments.

By the end of the 1st year the student is oriented to one of the following fields:

  • Public Law
  • Private Law

Student orientation is based on the following criteria:

  • GPA
  • Student choice
  • Pedagogical places

Course Structure

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