It includes two components: 1) Exam of theoretical knowledge that has a value of 95% of the total. It consists of a written exam about the lessons of the first part of the course program. It includes two questions of short or medium size, about 25-30 minutes each; but both must be answered with a minimum score of 5 out of 10 (or 2.5 out of 5, which is the same), in order to pass the exercise. It will include also a final written exam. This will contain only two questions in part not subject to the exam of the first program part, for the students who passed the exam of the first program part. It will include 4 questions for the students who did not pass the exam of the first program part. To pass the final exam it is necessary to answer all questions of each part of the program with a minimum score of 5 out of 10. One of the two parts of the program will be considered released with a 5 or more, both for the purposes of the final examination of the ordinary call and the exams of September and December of each academic year, but not of other academic courses. To do this, the student must indicate in each exam if he has approved one part and in which exam he passed it. Any of the two parts of the Program will be considered passed for the ordinary and extraordinary calls for successive academic courses, if 7 scores or more than 7 are obtained in this part, with the condition that the files where such notes are collected are not lost, because these marks are not in centralized databases of the University. Furthermore, the student must indicate in which call he obtained this mark, so that it can be located. 2) Evaluation based on the resolution of legal cases and other activities. It has a value of 5% of the total.