CG1 - Analysis and synthesis capacity.
CG4 - Ability to communicate, both orally and in writing.
CG3 - Information management skills.
CG4 - Problem-solving capacity.
CG5 - Decision-making capacity.
CGP2 - Team working capacity.
CG7- Ability to work in an international environment.
CG8 - Critical reasoning capacity.
CG9 - Awareness of the relevance of critical commitment.
CG10 - Autonomous learning development capacity.
CG11 - Motivation for quality.
CG12 - Capacity to put theoretical knowledge into practice.
CG13 - Ability to negotiate.
CE1 - Have, understand and develop skills that allow the student to apply specialised academic knowledge gained during the University official degree to a changing real life the lawyers have to deal with, in order to avoid injury, risk or conflict situations regarding the interests they are defending or their professional work before tribunals, courts or public authorities and for their counselling duties.
CE2 - Know the techniques aimed at finding out and determining the facts at the different stages of the proceeding, especially the production of documents, questioning and expert evidence.
CE3 - Know and be able to integrate the defence of customers' rights within the framework of national and international legal protection systems.
CE4 - Know the different techniques for the reconciliation of interests, and be able to find solutions to problems by using methods alternative to legal proceedings.
CE5 - Know and be able to apply professional ethical rights and duties to lawyer-customer relationships, the other parties, the court or public authority and between lawyers.
CE6 - Know and assess the different responsibilities related to the exercise of that professional activity, including the basic operating principles of legal aid and the promotion of social responsibility of the lawyer.
CE7 - Be able to identify conflicts of interest and know the techniques for resolution thereof, define the scope of professional secrecy and confidentiality and preserve the independence of mind.
CE8 - Be able to identify the main provision and organisation requirements for legal advice.
CE9 - Know and be able to put into practice the organisational, management and commercial environment of the lawyer's profession, as well as its legal, tax, labour and personal data protection framework.
CE10 - Develop skills and capacities for the election of the correct strategy for the defence of customers' rights, taking into account the requests of the different areas of professional practice.
CE11 - Be able to develop skills that allow the lawyers to improve their work effectiveness and promote the global operation of the team or institution in which they carry it out, by accessing sources of information, knowledge of languages, management of knowledge and management of the techniques and tools applied.
CE12 - Know, be able to organise and plan individual and collective resources available for the exercise of the different organisation modalities of the legal profession.
CE13 - Be able to explain orally and in writing facts, and draw legal consequences in a reasoned way, depending on the context and the recipient they are intended for, pursuant, where appropriate, to the modalities of each procedural area.
CE14 - Be able to develop professional works in specific, multi-disciplinary environments.
CE15 - Be able to develop interpersonal capacities and skills that facilitate the lawyer profession in its relationships with citizens, other professionals and institutions.