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The collaborators of the center adequately combine work and study through a working day adapted to their needs, part of which is concentrated in daily face-to-face and / or telematic sessions of learning and study of civil, commercial and civil rights. corporate, registration, mortgage, urban planning, banking and tax in force in Spain and, singularly, in Catalonia.

Remuneration is generous, progressive and proportionate to the level of learning and quality achieved in the drafting of reports and forms.

FUNDAMENTALS AND STRUCTURE OF LEARNING AT THE JOAN BERNÀ CENTER LEGAL OPINIONS AND FORMS
    A) FUNDAMENTALS

1.- No one has a monopoly on the knowledge of legal matters, and this knowledge must be reasonably shared by the community of lawyers and legal operators, and by the recipients and users of its services.

2.- The knowledge of the legal matters must be adequate and relevant for the fulfillment of the purpose for which it serves; the administration of justice through the intelligent and thorough application of the set of rules that affect the factual situation exposed.

This knowledge must be distinguished from:

. the so-called omniscience, the false appearance of knowing everything, something that has no more value than that of an advertising claim.

. dilettantism, the assumption of legal tasks without sufficient preparation, often on the basis of thinking that everything is on the internet, and that a superficial online consultation can supplement the intellectual and useful work of a trained jurist.

Adequate knowledge is what sets boundaries and balances content, from humility and at the same time from the legitimate ambition for progress and deepening in learning.

3.- It is necessary to clarify the legal matters, to explain them with schemes, to relate the set of these, to draw the cartography, the map of the institutions, and to trace the route of its connections, without letting itself be contaminated by the literalism of the excessive, and disorderly current legislation.

4.- The study of the subjects must be systematic and recurrent, cumulative, in the manner of an agile and permanent opposition, successively adapted to the current law and contrasted with the materials offered by daily practice, a comforting periodic training that provides psychological security and self-confidence, by continuously strengthening the sedimentation of the bases and the sustained amplification of the branches.

5.- It is necessary to optimize the disposition of the study time, to reach the maximum possible relation between learning / time, on the basis of the ideas of boundary of limits and of balance of contents.

6.- Faith of progress: it is each collaborator who can give faith, after a time of presence in the center, of his own progress, measured in quality of learning and in the time that has employed (acceleration of the ‘learning).

7.- Vocation of legal excellence, matrix of the existence of the center, which must be reflected in the reports and models offered to consultants and users.

    B) STRUCTURE.

Each study session includes dynamic and combined analysis of

1.- The concept or theory (scheme) of the institutions, and their contextual location.

2.- The pertinent legislation, strategically structured in relation to the analyzed scheme.

3.- The meaning of the applicable jurisprudence, both that derived from the Courts and that emanating from the General Directorate of Legal Security and Public Faith (former General Directorate of Registries and Notaries), of the Spanish Ministry of Justice, and of the General Directorate of Law and Legal Entities of the Department of Justice of the Generalitat de Catalunya.

4.- The models or formulas of concretion.

5.- The analytical and pedagogical review of each and every one of the aspects or concepts inserted in the reports and models that are elaborated.

Requirements of collaborators

1.- Legal culture and, preferably, Degree in Law

  1. Good oral and written Catalan, Spanish and English.