DERE-2902 Oral Exam Cycle II
The second part is: Problem with oral argumentation. It consists on solution and argumentation of a case with different legal institutions. In the oral part, knowledge of basic legal roles is evaluated. The School provides a case that can focus on one specific area of Law. Students have fifteen calendar days to analyze it, and at the end of the period, they must hand in their analysis outline including identification of the legal problem and the argumentation scheme of two different positions on the issue, plus the decision of a third party (judge), with reference to applicable legal sources. Finally, a special session is organized for students to support their answer. Students must play any of the roles analyzed in a court context composed of a group of professors of this School.
InstructorGutierrez Vivas Jorge
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