Specialist course in Procedural Civil and Commercial Law
a) General objectives
The specialist course is intended for practicing attorneys, either trial lawyers or judicial officers, in order to learn more about procedural matters. This knowledge can then by applied in the analysis of practical cases, and in classes taught by professors with recognized academic and professional experience.
b.) Specific objectives
Provide participants with basic tools and updated knowledge which will enable them to understand the variables involved in the process and the different branches of the field.
Develop a comprehensive perspective of the basic concepts of Procedural Law and the aspects relevant to the Process.
Develop abilities which allow participants to deepen and strengthen the knowledge and skills they need for reflection, analysis, and evaluation of situations regarding litigation.
Provide the participants with the knowledge and elements which will allow them to develop a solid set of values which can guide them in their profession.
Foster theoretical-practical work between professionals and teachers.
Give lawyers a profound knowledge of the nature of the ordinary trial, so they can understand their scope.
Identify different types of problems in the nature of the process, in such a way that participants will be able to find effective solutions.
Provide participants with the skills to solve real problems with recourse, if necessary, to different types of disputes.
Develop links and relationships with other disciplines which can be benefited by Amparo.
The Specialist course is recognized by the Secretariat of Public Education.
Tuesdays and Thursday from 7 to 10pm
Occasionally, classes will be programmed on other days in the same schedule. We ask students to have open availability
Exams are programmed on Fridays at 6pm.
Claustro de profesores
Nuestros profesores comparten la convicción de que la educación personalizada es la mejor manera de propiciar el auténtico desarrollo de la sociedad.
For information about financing, contact the program coordinator.