The Global Law Program
The Global Law Program is a degree awarded by the University of Navarra School of Law to those students who obtain their Degree in Law and, in addition, fulfill the following requirements during the four years of the Degree in Law:
1. The Anglo American Law Program (AALP): Students are required to pass the eight courses offered by the University of Navarra School of Law within de AALP (24 elective credits);
2. The International Business Law Program (IBLP): Students are required to pass the eight courses offered by the University of Navarra School of Law within the IBLP (24 elective credits)
3. Global Law Studies (GLS): Throughout the four years of the Law Degree, the School of Law will offer in this module a series of seminars on Global Law and related topics. The students are required to pass two seminars. These studies will provide law students with a basic knowledge of the legal systems of Japan, China, India and Latin American countries, as well as Islamic Law (the Shar'ia). Internationa professors and lawyers will also teach special courses in Arbitration and Alternative Dispute Resolution, International Trade, the World Trade Organization, International Relations, Environmental Law, etc.
The students who complete the 16 courses of AALP and IBLP plus 2 seminars should enroll in the last course (17) called Global Lawyer in their fourth year of studies to be elegible to receive the Global Law Program Diploma.