Our degree in Law involves a change in paradigm regarding law education. Traditional rote learning of every piece of regulation in our legal system has proved, in most cases, inefficient, and it is today impossible given the current wealth of legislation. At Universidad Isabel I we qualify students to be experts in law, able to operate in a dynamic environment, using the latest ICTs. ICTs are no doubt essential to succeed personally and professionally in today’s globalised society. This approach requires high-quality theoretical and technical training to apply declarative knowledge to everyday issues. Our graduates are qualified professionals, experts in law, whose profile is much sought after in the public and private sector alike, able to skilfully operate in a fast-changing legal world.
As in all our online programmes, cross-curricular courses are included, a feature of Universidad Isabel I. Application of ICTs in professional practice, Professional communication in English, and Professional communication techniques in the first year; Scientific communication in English in the second year; Social values and ethics in fourth year.
PhD Pilar Conde Colmenero
Director of the degree in Law
BA in Law and Philosophy, MA in Business Management and Administration, PhD in Law and accredited by ANECA as Professor of Labour and Social Security Law. I have developed my career mostly in the field of university education and research, in the área of laboour and social law, at Universidad Isabel I, Universidad Católica de Murcia and Universidad Rey Juan Carlos. I have complemented my teaching career with professional practice as a lawyer, counsellor, business advisor and by being involved in bodies such as the Comité de Justicia Deportiva de Murcia (Committee for sport justice in Murcia). I have published a monograph, 25 book chapters and 20 papers. I have taken part in 15 financed research projects. I have worked on a broad range of issues, such as, among others, work bullying, prevention of psicosocial risks and of work road accidents, the application of ICT at work, CSR, protecting female workers, victims of gender violence, temporary incapacity, the right to privacy in collective bargaining or out-of-court settlements in labour conflicts.