Forms of activity of public administrations: police, development, and public service. Public property. Introduction to urban law and land planning.
Base para gran número de oposiciones de ingreso a las Administraciones públicas:
Letrado del Consejo de Estado y Letrados de los Consejos Jurídicos Autonómicos
-Letrado de las Cortes Generales y Letrados de los Parlamentos Autonómicos
-Abogados del Estado
-Cuerpo Superior de Administradores Civiles del Estado
-Secretarios e Interventores de Administración Local
-Cuerpos y Escalas de Técnicos de la Administración de las Comunidades Autónomas.
-Escalas Técnicas de Administración Local.
-Escalas Técnicas de Universidades Públicas.
-Cuerpos y Escalas de Gestión correlativos a los Cuerpos y Escalas Técnicos señalados.
Libre ejercicio de la profesión como Abogado, en asuntos de la Jurisdicción Contencioso-
Competencies and learning outcomes
- Capacity to identify, interpret, formulate, and resolve problems and situations.
- Ability to use the tools and instruments necessary for properly observing the systems under study.
- Proper knowledge about government, businesses, institutions, public organisms and organizations in general, regulations, and procedures necessary for working and performing other activities.
- Capacity for planning, organizing, directing, and controlling systems and processes within a framework that guarantees respect for values, rights and basic principles of the legal system, business competitiveness, protection and conservation of the environment, and sustainable development.
- Skills for the efficient application of tools that lead to resolving problems.
- Critical and analytical skills.
- Capacity for evaluating, optimizing, and comparing criteria in decision making.
- Ability to communicate in formal, graphic, and symbolic styles, as well as with oral and written forms of expression.
- Ability to work with multidisciplinary and multicultural teams.
- Ability to update knowledge.
- Capacity to consolidate, expand, and integrate knowledge.
- Disposition for methodologies and efficient self-learning skills to adapt to and update new knowledge and scientific advances, as well as to changing needs in order to adopt an aptitude for innovation and creativity in the profession.
- Awareness about the importance of law as a regulatory system of social relations.
- Obtain the perception of the unitary nature of the legal system and the necessary interdisciplinary vision of legal problems.
- Interpret constitutional principles and values as a working tool in the implementation of Spanish, EU, and international legislation.
- Manage legal sources (laws, jurisprudence, doctrinal).
- Read and interpret legal texts.
- Draft legal documents.
- Acquire a critical awareness in the analysis of the legal system.
- Use information technology to acquire legal information (databases on legislation, jurisprudence, bibliographies).
- Understand and know the function of various governmental agencies and know how to relate properly with them.
- Master the institutional system and the complex form of producing law at its different levels: local, autonomous, national, European, and international.
- Develop and structure regulations.
- Understand the legal position of citizens in their relations with government, and in general with public authorities.
- Know the main public legal institutions.
- Act upon various Spanish, EU, and international jurisdictional orders.
- Manage and advise businesses, associations, and other entities from a legal perspective.
Objectives (Learning outcomes)
- 01Knowledge of the classification of types or forms of the activity of public Administration and its content.
- 02Knowledge of the kinds of public properties and their contents. Furthermore its use regime and protection.
- 03Education in the values of social-democratic rule of law State in connection with the lessons of the program.
Association between objectives and units
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- Tardío Pato, José Antonio. "El Derecho de las Universidades públicas Españolas. ". Promociones y Publicaciones Universitarias, S.A, PPU, Barcelona 1994.
Methodology and grading
- It includes two components:
1) Exam of theoretical knowledge that has a value of 950% of the total. It consists of a written exam about the lessons of the first part of the course program. It includes two questions of short or medium size, about 25-30 minutes each; but the two must be answered with a minimum score of 5 out of 10 (or 2.5 out of 5, which is the same), in order to pass the exercise. It will include also a final written exam. This will contain only two questions in part not subject to the exam of the first program part, for the students who passed the exam of the first program part. It will include 4 questions for the students who did not pass the exam of the first program part. To pass the final exam it is necessary to answer all questions of each part of the program with a minimum score of 5 out of 10.
The first part of the program will be released with 5 scores or more, for the purposes of the final examination of the ordinary call. But either part of the program (both the first and the second) will be considered released for ordinary or extraordinary successive calls, only if the student gets 7 scores or more than 7 in this part. Although it is also subject to the condition that the files where such notes are collected are not lost because these marks are not in centralized databases of the University. Furthermore, the student must indicate in which call he obtained this mark so that it can be located.
2) Evaluation of cases and other activities, with a value of 10% of the total. Before the start of a new didactic unit, a case related to each one will be brought and will be delivered by the students through the tasks tab as well as be exposed in the class by them when the analysis starts, at the beginning of the class. Therefore, attendance to the classes in which the case is raised will be mandatory to obtain the aforementioned 10% of the total grade.