ESADE’s Bachelor in Law + Bachelor in Global Governance, Economics & Legal Order will immerse you in the everyday reality of the profession using an innovative methodology based on the practical application of knowledge. All of these experiences inside and outside of the classroom will enable you to develop essential skills for your professional future: public speaking, legal reasoning, searching for information and jurisprudence, debate skills, diplomacy, etc.
In class, you’ll solve cases and participate in court simulations, applying legal fundamentals and geopolitical knowledge acquired over the course of the programme.
Working in small groups with a participatory approach, you’ll cover all sorts of legal issues and topics of current interest in the world of law. Interaction with your classmates and instructors will be constant.
Solving real-life cases
In class, you will debate and solve real-life legal cases provided by law firms and the legal departments of multinational corporations. You’ll analyse the situation and discuss possible solutions, applying knowledge acquired in class and legal reasoning.
ESADE has a simulated courtroom equipped with a recording system like the ones used in real-life courts. You’ll be able to watch – and simulate – pretrial hearings and trial proceedings in a variety of cases.
You’ll learn how to efficiently search for information, manage your sources, and decide what information is essential for your strategy or legal argument.
At ESADE, we encourage teamwork – the usual system of work in the professional world. You’ll learn to work in a group toward a common objective.
Over the course of the programme, you’ll work on fundamental skills and competencies that every lawyer needs today: communication, public speaking, leadership, negotiation, teamwork, etc.
Educational experiences outside the classroom
You will also have the opportunity to participate in various legal experiences outside the classroom, such as international moot court competitions, debate leagues and model United Nations sessions.
These experiences will allow you to work like a real lawyer and acquire competencies that can only be developed on the job. Certain lessons can only be learned by preparing cases, facing other jurists before a judge, arguing, rebutting, preparing documentation, etc.