In figures

The School of Law is the oldest School at the University of Navarra and has taught more than 12,000 students since it was founded.

The School of Law seeks to attract excellent students through high-quality education that combines new technologies and guidance in the real world with an appropriate foundation in content and preparation for the new challenges of twenty-first century society. To accomplish this, it makes a significant effort to spur ongoing innovation in its teaching and encourages its professionals to do research. All this is prompted by its strong international dimension and its spirit of service to society.

About the School

Contact:
Amigos Building
31080 Pamplona
Spain

+34 948 42 56 20
comderecho@unav.es

  • Number of students in the undergraduate and graduate study programs

     

     

    2010-2011

    2011-2012

    2012-2013

    Degree in Law

    459

    487

    428

    Double Degree in Management and Law

    364

    373

    490

    Graduate studies

    24

    38

    33

    Total

    847

    898

    951

     

     

  • Student excellence

    • 70% of undergraduate students are admitted with a high school GPA of 7 or higher.

    • 30 students in each academic year who have a GPA of more than 8.5 on their academic transcript form part of the School's Honors Program.

    • 78% of undergraduate Law students take a specialist diploma program.

    • 46% of students pursue a  double degree in Economics or Business, and 50% do so in English.

    • 97% of students are employed by the end of their undergraduate or graduate study programs.

    • Our students participate in pro bono legal aid, sports activities and cultural activities.

  • Clear international dimension

    • specialist diplomas with international legal content taught in English by faculty members from the most prestigious Law faculties in the United States (Harvard, Duke, Columbia, Virginia University, Fordham, etc.).

      • Anglo American

      • Business Law Program.

      • Global Law Program.

    • 16 elective subjects taught entirely in English.

    • International double degrees in Law and Economics; in Management and Law in English.

    • international visiting professors  and 12 international guest professors who offer regular teaching and seminars.

    •  Seminars offered on Chinese Law, Indian Law, Islamic Law, Jewish Law, International Human Rights and U.S. Jurisprudence.

    • Participation in international competitions: World MUN and Moot Court Competition in Washington, D.C., and Vienna.

    • Student exchanges with universities all over the world.

  • Personalized attention to students

    • 9 students per faculty member.

    • 100% of students have a personal mentor.

    • Presence of one Careers Office coordinator for undergraduate programs and another for graduate programs, whose roles are to advise students on their entry into the job market.

  • Our students' employment rate

    • On-campus recruitment fairs with the most important Spanish and international law firms according to the Expansión ranking: the 50 best law firms in the world.

    • 97% employment rate for students at the end of their undergraduate and graduate study programs.

    • 400 job offers at the junior level and 40 at the senior level from the above law firms.

    • Average salary of €38,000 for students who join one of these law firms.

  • Continuous innovation in teaching

    • The School of Teaching Practice is held annually for undergraduate and master's level academic staff in cooperation with IESE Business School.

    • Honors Program for academic excellence.

    • The Double Degree in Philosophy and Law was first offered in the 2012-2013 academic year.

    • The University of Navarra was the first Spanish university to offer the Double Degree in Management and Law and the Double Degree in Economics and Law, in the [*] academic year.

    • Continuing education seminars and classes for the School's alumni. Organization of an annual conference at the Casa América (Madrid, Spain).

  • Excellence in research

    • 61% of faculty members participate in research projects.

    • The School participates in 17 research projects.

    • 93 presentations given at conferences and workshops in 2011.

    • 12 monographs and 72 book chapters published in 2011.

    • 51 research articles published in 2011.