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Bachelor of Laws

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Laura González

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Transcript of Bachelor of Laws

What is the LLB?
It is a program that
meets
the requirements of the
current
scene, and introduces students to the world of laws, preparing in
different
areas ranging from Civil, Criminal, Commercial, Fiscal and Administrative
until
the Law of Foreign Trade Law environmental and Forensics.
Skills to study this career
A.
Cognitive Abilities:
1.

To know
the principles of the area of Legal Science.
2.

To understand
the importance of the activity of the Attorney Applicant in applying the law to the case.
3.
Evaluate the importance of the profession
to

develop
the social environment.
B.
Motor Skills:
1.

To know
the handling of the
various
codes.
2.
They use
various
computer programs used in the law.
3.

To know
how to use codes, Jurisprudence and Computers.
Knowledge to study this career
A.
An
adequate
command of the Spanish language in its
various
forms: speaking, writing, reading, understanding
B.
A
broad

general
education, basic knowledge of social science, mathematics and English
Curriculum by level
Graduate Profile
Bachelor of Laws
a)
Manage documents relating to
legal
matters and designing
legal
and
administrative
procedures
consistent
with
applicable
laws.
b)
Operate computing and communication systems for processing legal information,
consistent
with
technological
advances.
c)
Management of l
egal
computer programs.

A.
Motor skills:
a)
Analyze the
different
legal trends that have
developed
hata this date, based on the existing legal culture in our country and the environment to the globalization of law.
b)
Applying the law to the different problems that arise in connection with the implementation of
various
laws to the case.
c)
Combine knowledge from
different
disciplines: Administration, Computer Science, Psychology, Mathematics and Sociology to solve legal problems.

B.
Cognitive Abilities
a)
In respect and commitment
in the
social, professional and personal appearance.
b)
Service.
c)
Values and Attitudes
d)
Analysis and reflection.
e)
Responsibility
f)
Friendship
g)
Humility
h)
Purposeful in their performance.
i)
Patience.
j)
Justice.
k)
Ethics.


C.
Values and Attitudes
a)
Beginner Level:
(8) Introduction to Law
(8) History of Law I
(8) Sociology of Law
(8) Reading and Writing
(8) Documentary Research Techniques
(8) General Theory of Law
(8) History of Law II
(8) Methodology of Law
(8) Legal Culture Seminar
(8) General Theory of State
(8) Criminal Law I
(8) Civil Law I
(8) Family Law
(8) Legal Logic
(8) General Theory of Process
A.
Compulsory Subjects:
b)
Intermediate Level:
(8) Civil Law IV
(8) Criminal Procedure
(8) Constitutional Law II
(8) Business Law II
(8) Legal Reasoning
(8) Litigation, Civil, Commercial and Family I
(8) Guarantees of the Governed
(8) Administrative Law
(8) Labor Law
(8) Corporate Law

c)
Advanced Level:
(8) Litigation, Civil, Commercial and Family II
(8) Law of Amparo
(8) Philosophy of Law
(8) Litigation Labor
(8) Tax Law
(8) Public International Law
(8) Ethics in Professional Practice
(8) Conflictual Law


B.
Electives:
(8) Three levels of English
(8) Notions of Commercial Law
(8) Forensic Medicine
(8) Civil Litigation Clinic
(8) Criminal Procedural Law Clinic (Traditional System)
(8) Clinics Criminal Procedural Law II (Adversarial System)
(8) Notary Law
(8) Banking Law
(8) Legal Etymologies
(8) Federal Crimes
(8) Anglo-Saxon legal system
(4) Agricultural Law
(4) Human Rights
(8) Criminology
(8) Litigation, Tax and Customs
(8) History of Law III
(8) Customs Law
(8) Tourism Legislation
(8) Electoral Law

Duration of the race:
Nine semesters (09); 4.5 years.

Advantages and disadvantages
A)
Advantages.

You can develop and specialize in different areas of law
You can work on your
own
for a company or government.
Whenever
necessary to have a lawyer in the family
The right is a passion, you
always
have to be
updated
so
never
leave to study.
You can avoid violating your rights
There
is much work
Have the opportunity to help
many
people who need an
honest
lawyer, no matter who do not get
paid
because
sometimes
people with
fewer
resources suffer
many
abuses and help you feel
better
person

B)
Disadvantages:

Only one, is a
saturated
career.


Salary
Business Law:
The payment you receive at the end of
each
month depends on the size of the company and can range from $ 15,000 pesos, up to $ 25,000 Mexican pesos
Public Sector:
The salary depends on the position
here
can range from $ 12,000 pesos to as
large
as $ 60,000 pesos figures by grade judge.
Law firm:
A lawyer may charge $ 5,000 pesos
per month

each
client to defend your home or to arrange a divorce papers.


Interviews
Emanuel González Luján
Lawyer
1. Why decided study that career?
Because
I like
to know my rights and to help people who do not know,
I like
to read the background to the Right side in Mexico
2. What university did you study?
In the UNEDL (Universidad Enrique Díaz de León)
3. What classes did you take?
To my
I liked
most: criminal, crime, banking, estates, commercial, civil and labor. I believe are
necessary
4. How long did you end your career?
Four years
5. What is the activity that you do in your work?
Dealing with people
financial
advice and solutions to
their
debts and foreclosure cases
unable
to cover or deny the activity
debited
6. How many hours do you work at day?
10 hours



7. How much money do you make approximately?
$ 8,000
per fortnight
8. How long have you worked?
Three years working in
corporate

legal
9. What knowledge is needed to be a lawyer?
I think
none so
determined
to study
these
in order to have all the knowledge
necessary
to litigate or to exercise the function you want to specialize
10.

Which skills do you need to be a lawyer?
I

think
no skill is needed,
just
a love of art, since the degree to learn to be
skilled

within
the branch that you like.
11. What are the advantages and disadvantages being lawyer?
The advantages of being a lawyer is that you have the knowledge necessary to defend against
any
authority to conduct its work
poorly
or
simply
exercise your rights
properly
. And I see no disadvantages.


Charly Edward Asher
Lawyer
1. Why decided study that career?
It was
circumstantial
2. What university did you study?
In the UACJ (Universidad Autónoma de Ciudad Juárez
3. What classes did you take?
Administrative law
4. How long did you end your career?
Five years
5. What is the activity that you do in your work?
Resolving conflicts between
individuals
, and between government and
private
6. How many hours do you work at day?
7 hours
a day
.
7. How much money do you make approximately?
$ 28,000
per month
8. How long have you worked?
Since
I graduated in 2002
9. What knowledge is needed to be a lawyer?
Having knowledge of
all
rules, laws, regulations
applied
in government
10.

Which skills do you need to be a lawyer?
Ability to analyze and memory
11. What are the advantages and disadvantages being lawyer?
One advantage is that you have the right recognition and disadvantage is that
there
are
many
lawyers and
hard
to find work


Laura Alicia González Luján
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