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Salvador Trinxet´s Legal Series

Increasing Specialization in Legal Programs
Laws and regulations have increased in number and complexity over the years. While it may have been possible forty years ago for a student to acquire an in-depth understanding of a large part of the statutory rules and regulations in twenty-four credit hours, that is now an un-realistic goal. Consequently, most LL.M. programs have adopted a more modest goal of providing students both a solid foundation in several fundamental courses (e.g., taxation of property transfers, european union taxation, corporate and partnership taxation, and tax procedure) as well as an opportunity to specialize by taking a number of courses in one of several areas (e.g., as business planning, estate planning, and international legal planning).
The corollary to increased specialization is reduced coverage. This in turn has made it increasingly important that graduate programs focus on skills in reading the laws and regulations, in learning how the courts and tax authorities deal with ambiguities, and in anticipating the application of common law doctrines. These skills are imperative if graduates are to be prepared to deal both with areas of tax law that they have not formally studied and new tax laws that are enacted with increasing frequency and that almost always add complexity. In short, the International Legal Series authored by Salvador Trinxet emphasize the development of  international skills that the modern  lawyer needs to thrive in practice, including European union law.

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International in Latin America

International in Latin America The Latin America database provides unrivaled scope and detail in covering the most important aspects of the legal and taxation systems prevailing in all countries in Latin America as well as providing practical guides for investment. This highly respected commentary and analysis includes: General economic information, including political and …


International Taxation Conference in India

17th International Taxation Conference to be held in Mumbai (India) We have been invited to this 17th International Tax conference, which will be a full three-day event from 1st – 3rd December, 2011 at the ITC Maratha Hotel, Mumbai, India The conference topics this year are: New Direct Tax Code …

Business Models Papers and Research

Business Models Popular papers and research Value creation in E-business Raphael Amit, Christoph Zott in Strategic Management Journal (2001) We explore the theoretical foundations of value creation in e-business by examining how 59 American and European e-businesses that have recently become publicly …

Diplomacy and Coffe Book

Diplomacy while having a coffee The book “Diplomacia tomando un café” is already available. The educational guide “Diplomacia tomando un café” (“Diplomacy while having a coffee”) is finally available in both real and virtual bookstores. The text has been written by the jurists Fabián Plaza and Salvador Trinxet, who have years of renowned …


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Help with Salvador Trinxet Lorca´s page   Community Engagement in the Press   It looks pretty clear that small and large see community engagement as a key part of the future of news. Joy Mayer has been doing research and producing real-world guidance for newsrooms on audience engagement for several years and …

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