From buying a metro ticket, filing a complaint with the police because my cell phone was stolen, to giving my consent to marry: everything, absolutely everything in a society, is regulated by legal norms. And it had to be that way, without some game rules, coexistence would be impossible, insecurity and chaos would reign.
That is precisely why Law exists, so that people can live together and defend themselves from others without resorting to violence, but through a set of ordered legal norms
But where do these rules come from? Who makes them and how? To what extent do they affect me in my day-to-day life? How can I improve as a citizen and contribute to the improvement of society as a whole by knowing them, respecting them and demanding that they be respected by others?
This course aims to offer, from a practical (and basic, so that it can be followed by students outside the legal field) approach, the rudiments of our legal system, the essence of the rule of law that makes social order possible.
Bachelor's Degree in Law and Economics and Business Sciences from the Universidad Pontificia Comillas-ICADE (E-3) Master's degree in Teacher training from the San Pablo-CEU University
Chase Manhattan Bank (Representative Office in Spain)
Audihispana (Tax consultancy)
Barclays Bank (Premier Banking)
Nebrija University (Professor of the School of Social Sciences)