Máster Universitario en Abogacía+ Logística y Comercio Internacional

Con el máster en Abogacía de la Universitat Abat Oliba CEU adquirirás la capacitación profesional que te habilita para el ejercicio de la abogacía.

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Official Master’s Degree in Legal Practice and Legal Representation + Official Master's Degree in Logistics and International Trade
Course title

Official Master’s Degree in Legal Practice and Legal Representation + Official Master's Degree in Logistics and International Trade

Academic field

Law and Political Science / Business and Economics

Duration / Credits

16 months
150 ECTS

Official stamp of quality – AQU

Places / Format

60 / Face-to-face and blended

Organised with:
Student profile

Law graduates. Those interested in specialising in both practising law in the field of international trade and the distribution of goods worldwide.

Admission and enrolment

Extraordinary admissions process open. Contact the Postgraduate Information Service.

Upcoming admissions test: TBA

For more information

Calendar and timetable

From October 2023 to December 2024. Monday to Friday afternoons from 4 pm to 8pm.

Academic Calendar

Official Master’s Degree in LEGAL PROFESSION

We are the most experienced private university for teaching law in Catalonia


1. Employability and international outlook

94.7% of our students find employment at the end of their studies (AQU 2023 labour market insertion survey). Students acquire the linguistic and cultural knowledge necessary to work anywhere in the world.

2. Professionalisation

Law 34/2006, of 30th October, regulating access to the lawyer and solicitor professions, introduced the requirement for additional professional training beyond that of university level prior to admission to the bar.

This additional training must consist of an entry (bar) exam after earning 60 ECTS credits through courses accredited by the Ministry of Justice and 30 ECTS credits from a tutored internship.

In response to this new regulatory framework for teaching law and practising as a lawyer, Abat Oliba CEU University offers this legally required additional training in the form of a master's. It is a professional pathway that offers not only subjects directly related to legal practice, but also important subjects with transferable skills, such as ethics, negotiation and promotion of equality and human rights.

Alongside the Official Double Master’s Degree in Legal Practice and Legal Representation+ Logistics and International Trade, you will gain the knowledge required for international business which is crucial for imports and exports, as well as transport and logistics operations. You will specialise both academically and professionally in the field of trade and business, as well as transport and logistics operations related to international trade.

3. Experience

We have been training lawyers since 1973. We are the most experienced private university for teaching law in Catalonia. Similarly, the Master's in Logistics and International Trade is the longest-running master's at the University, and is now in its 20th year.

4. Preparation for entering the legal profession

All students on the Master's have personal access to Legal Quiz by the Lefebvre publishing house, a database with more than 1,500 questions similar to those asked on the bar exam, as well as two digital books: Memento Acceso a la Abogacía and Memento Ejercicio Profesional de la Abogacía.

5. Methodology

The Master's in Legal Profession is taught through a system combining three simultaneous methodologies:

  • lectures by prestigious jurists
  • seminars based on real case studies
  • workshops on practical and communicative skills and abilities

The Master's in Logistics features case studies from national and international businesses. Special emphasis is placed on soft skills as a key tool for future practising lawyers.

6. Further education
  • The Leadership Essentials programme from the Center for Creative Leadership (CCL) programme is designed to help students understand and discover their leadership potential and apply it on a daily basis.
  • European Port Experience: advanced study programmes on port management and business. It includes a four-day study trip to the ports of Rotterdam and Hamburg, two of the biggest in the world, as well as the Port of Barcelona, the third biggest in the world for cruise ships. All costs for the trip (flights and accommodation) are included in the course.
  • IATA DGR Course Cat. 3: The course is given within the master's programme and focuses on the regulations of transporting dangerous goods by air. Upon completion of the course, students may request the official IATA certificate.
  • The master's also includes group visits to businesses and institutions that give students a practical understanding of the different modules in the programme.
7. Professional development

The double master's offers internships in prestigious offices and businesses within the logistics and trade sector, both nationally and internationally. The Talent&Work Area at UAO CEU offers a vast jobs market and entrepreneurial advice.

UAO CEU currently has links with more than 2,300 companies with internship offers in more than 20 countries.

8. Teaching staff

The teaching staff is made up of academics, lawyers, magistrates and other experts from the legal world, chosen for their career achievements, prestige and teaching ability. There are also teachers with vast professional experience in the areas of logistics, transport and international business.

9. Information resources

The Library Service was created to support study and research with the aim of meeting all educational and scientific needs. It has long opening hours, including weekends, and is equipped with the latest technology.

UAO CEU also gives the university community a digital repository containing open-access publications including teaching materials, faculty and institutional research and work by students and alumni of the University.


Legal Profession

Logistics and International Trade

Teaching staff


The classes of the Official Master's in Legal Profession are taught by recognised experts with far-reaching teaching and professional experience who were chosen for their reputation as well as their specialisation in the legal profession.

Academic Management of the Master’s

José Ramón Agustina Sanllehí
Full professor of Criminal Law and Criminology.


Academic Coordination

Isabel Arias Díez
Degree in Law from the UB. Master’s Degree in Business Law from UAO CEU. Lawyer at Tornos Abogados.


ICAB Coordination

Jesús María Sánchez García. Member of the ICAB Governing Board, Regulations and Delegations Committee.

Advisory board

  • José María Fuster Fabra. PhD in Law from the University of Barcelona. Partner of counsel at Fuster-Fabra Abogados.
  • Juan Antonio Roger. Partner and director of the Commercial Law Department at Foro Legal Abogados.
  • Esaú Alarcón. Lawyer at Gibernau Asesores.

Teaching staff

  • Agustina Sanllehí, José Ramón. PhD. Full professor of Criminal Law and Criminology at Abat Oliba CEU University.    
  • Alarcón García, Esaú. PhD. Tax lawyer at Gibernau Asesores and member of the Institutional Advisory Board of AEDAF.    
  • Arias Diez, Isabel. Lawyer specialising in Civil Law and Coordinator of the Master's Degree in the Law Profession at Abat Oliba CEU University.     
  • Armas González, Eduardo. Lawyer for the Social Security Administration and associate professor in labour law at Abat Oliba CEU University.    
  • Arranz Puig, Irene. Lawyer. Senior associate at Cuatrecasas, specialising in international arbitration. Advises on cases related to distribution, construction and disputes arising from transactions and M&A operations.    
  • Artamendi, Alberto. Lawyer. Senior associate at Uría & Menéndez, specialising in tax affairs relating to direct and indirect taxation, and in the design and implementation of domestic and cross-border restructuring operations.    
  • Asencio Gallego, José María. PhD. Territorial Judge with the High Court of Justice of Catalonia and lecturer at the judicial school.    
  • Benítez Rodríguez, Daniel. Lawyer at Tornos Abogados, specialising in private law.     
  • Bertomeu García, Jordi. Lawyer. Partner Bufete Jordi Bertomeu.     
  • Capilla Vidal, Gabriel. PhD. Lawyer. Director of the Administrative and Public Sector Law Department at Durán-Sindreu Asesores Legales y Tributarios.    
  • Conca Pérez, Vicente. Judge. President of the fourth court of the Provincial Court of Barcelona     
  • De Antonio Calvo, Sue. State Lawyer. Deputy head of the legal service of the AEAT delegation.  
  • De la Rosa Riera, Mariana. Lawyer. Senior associate at Uría & Menéndez specialising in Litigation, Arbitration and Criminal Law.    
  • De la Torre Pedrosa, Beltrán. Labour and Social Security inspector     
  • Del Coto, Marta. Senior Consultant at Iterlegis Legal Staffing Solutions.    
  • Díaz Fraile, Juan María. PhD. Magistrate of the Supreme Court, Property and Commercial Registrar and notary public. Professor of Civil Law and co-director of the Chair of Registry Law at the Complutense University of Madrid.    
  • Echavarri Paniagua, Carlos. Lawyer. Partner at Tubau & Lajara & Echevarri.    
  • Ferro, Carol.  HR Manager at Garrigues y Deloitte.    
  • Fuster Fabra Torrella José María. PhD. Lawyer. Founding partner at Fuster-Fabra Abogados.     
  • Gallego Berdah, David. Lawyer. Senior associate of labour law practice at Garrigues.    
  • García de Cal, José Luis. PhD. Lawyer. Associate at Cuatrecasas specialising in public law, including administrative, regulatory and urban planning law.    
  • García Echegoyen, Enrique. Lawyer. Managing partner of IURISGRUP Sociedad. Professional lawyer dedicated to labour law and vice-president of the labour law section of the Bar Association.    
  • Gay Rosell, Mª Eugenia. Dean of the Barcelona Bar Association (ICAB), President of Consell de l'Advocacia catalana (CICAC) and Partner at Gay-Rosell & Solano.    
  • Gil, Ayllen. PhD. Associate Professor of Procedural Law at Pompeu Fabra University.    
  • Goenechea Permisán, Gorka. PhD. Partner at Balaguer Morera y Asociados "BM&A".    
  • Gotor Sánchez, Santiago. Notary Public.      
  • Guardiola Sánchez, Inés. PhD. Lawyer. Founding partner of Guardiola Penalistas,     
  • Igartua Arregui, Iñigo. Lawyer. Partner coordinating Competition and European Union Law at Gómez-Acebo & Pombo.    
  • López Alegre, Joan. CEO at Strategycomm, specialist in communication for law firms.    
  • Lucas Esteve, Adolfo. PhD. Substitute Judge of the Provincial Court of Barcelona and Professor of Civil Law at Abat Oliba CEU University.    
  • Martell Pérez-Alcande, Cristóbal. Lawyer. Managing partner at Martell Abogados.     
  • Massanella Rodriguez, Joaquim. Lawyer at Addensis, expert in national and international litigation, as well as national and international arbitration.    
  • Naveira Manteiga, Julio. Lawyer. Former Dean of the Mataró Bar Association and Partner of Naveira Abogados.     
  • Nuevo López, Pablo. PhD. Professor in Constitutional Law at Abat Oliba CEU University.    
  • Parra Rodríguez, Carmen.  PhD. Associate professor in Private International Law at Abat Oliba CEU University.      
  • Peña Sastre, Rosa Isabel. Lawyer. Partner at Roca Junyent Advocats, specialising in public law, both administrative and contentious-administrative.    
  • Pereira Puigvert, Silvia. PhD. Associate Professor of Procedural Law at the University of Girona.     
  • Pérez Suay, Andrea. PhD. Professor of Company Law at Abat Oliba CEU University.     
  • Poderoso, Montserrat. Chief Prosecutor of the Mataró-Arenys de Mar Area Prosecutor's Office.    
  • Prats Jane, Sergi. PhD. Lawyer. Partner at LSB Abogados in Barcelona. Associate Professor of International Private Law at UB and URV.   
  • Recio Córdova, Antonio. Judge and president of the Provincial Court of Barcelona      
  • Rexach Vilá, Nuria. Human Resources Manager at Cuatrecasas.     
  • Rodríguez Orriols, Cristina. Lawyer. Partner at Mda-lexartis.     
  • Roger Gamir, Juan Antonio. Lawyer. Founding partner of Foro Legal and professor of Company Law at Abat Oliba CEU University.     
  • Rovira del Canto, Enrique. PhD. Judge, fifth court of the Provincial Court of Barcelona.    
  • Soria Sorjús, José. Lawyer. Partner of the Company Law Department at Uría Menéndez. 
  • Tarragona Fernández, Elena. PhD. Associate Lawyer at Ramón y Cajal Abogados.    
  • Varona Jiménez, Alberto. PhD. Judge, Professor of Criminal Law at the Judicial School of the General Council of the Judiciary.    
  • Vidal Prado, Carlos. PhD. Professor of Constitutional Law at National Distance-Learning University (Madrid).    
  • Vidal-Quadras Trias de Bes, Javier. Lawyer. Partner at AVQ Legal. 


The classes of the Official Master's in Logistics and International Trade are taught by recognised experts with far-reaching teaching and professional experience who were chosen for their reputation as well as their specialisation in the field of logistics.

Course Director

Iván Roa Perera. Industrial engineer and Doctor of Project and Systems Engineering from the Polytechnic University of Catalonia. Director of International Expansion at the ICIL Foundation.

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Student Relations

Mª Rosa Maluenda Gelabert. Bachelor's in Business Administration and Management from UAO CEU.

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Teaching staff

  • Eleuteri Acosta Martínez. Doctor of Law from the University of Barcelona. Master's in International Marketing from INSA Business, Marketing & Communication School. Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) IESME at the University of Maastricht.
  • Jaume Adrover Rigo. Certified in Business Sciences at the University of Manchester and an MBA from ESADE Business School. General Manager of Gestió i Promoció Aeroportuària, S.A. (Barcelona Chamber of Commerce).
  • Ángel-Carlos Aibar Fragua. Diploma in Business Sciences at the University of Barcelona. Certified in Production Management at ESADE.
  • Felipe Botaya. Doctor of Business Administration, Marketing Management from ESADE and BSBA from University of South Carolina, USA.
  • Joaquim Deulofeu. Doctor in Economic and Business Sciences from the University of Barcelona. Adjunct Professor at Abat Oliba CEU University.
  • Antonio de la Ossa Martínez. Bachelor's in Law from Murcia University. State Finance Inspector (specialising in customs). Catalonia Regional Customs Manager until 2011.
  • Josep Lluís del Olmo Arriaga. Bachelor's in Communication Sciences (Advertising and Public Relations) from UAB. Doctor of Marketing and Market Research from Abat Oliba CEU University.
  • Miguel Ángel Dombriz. Civil Engineer from the Polytechnic University of Catalonia. Director of FGC Cargo.
  • Eduard Duran Pla. Bachelor's in Nautical and Shipping Transport from the UPC. Master's in Logistics from ICT-UPC. CEO at Portcement S.A.
  • Victor Chavigné. Industrial Engineering from the Polytechnic University of Catalonia. Master's in Business Management from ESADE.
  • Alfons Esteve. Bachelor's in Law from Lleida University. Master's in Law and Shipping Business ICADE, Madrid.
  • Manel Galán. Master's in Business Management from ESADE. Port Community Promotion Manager, (Barcelona Port Presidency Department).
  • Jenifer Johnson. Bachelor's in Philosophy, Political Science and Strategic Communication from the University of Texas, EUA.
  • Ramón Pau. Diploma in Business Sciences at the University of Barcelona. Previously Director of Foreign Trade at Banco de Sabadell and La Caixa.
  • Eva Perea. Doctor of Economic and Business Sciences. Professor of Strategic Management and Business at Abat Oliba CEU University.
  • Rosa Romero Serrano. Bachelor's in Law from UB. Lawyer specialising in transport both in legal issues and in consultation and training.
  • Carmen Ruiz. Doctor at the UPF. Senior Fellow in Urban Studies from the Institute for Policy Studies at John Hopkins University, USA.
  • Tarik R. Smith. Bachelor's in Environmental Sciences. Audit Specialist in International Project Management and Intercultural Relations.
  • Leonardo Tisminetzky Kestelboim. Chemical technical engineer with a Master's Degree in Industrial Logistics (ICT/UPC) and in Scientific Communication (UPF).
  • Jordi Vila. Biologist and Master of Engineering and Environmental Management. Environmental Manager at the Barcelona Port Authority.
  • Antoni Viladomat Vers. MBA at ESADE, Senior Organisation Engineer from the University of Vic.


Career opportunities


Students who pass the Official Master's in Legal Profession from Abat Oliba CEU University can go on to practise law in various areas, whether in a law firm of any specialty or as a corporate legal advisor.

And students who earn the Official Master's in Logistics and International Trade from Abat Oliba CEU University can pursue their careers in the following areas:

- International transport management

- International supply chain management

- Freight forwarder

- International logistics management

- Import export management

- International expansion management



  • AAMC Abogados
  • AGM Abogados
  • Albácar – Clusa & Asociados Abogados
  • Amat & Vidal-Quadras
  • Arraut & Asociados
  • Bassas Advocats
  • B. Alemany Punyet
  • Baker & Mckenzie Barcelona
  • Blas de Lezo Abogados
  • Bufet Garcia Coca – Abogados
  • Bufet Miralbell Guerin
  • Bufet Sorroca Serrano
  • Bufete Carreras Llansana
  • Bufete de Abogados Fuentes Lojo
  • Bufete Díaz Arias
  • Bufete de Mier Abogados
  • Bufete Escura
  • Cabades – Valls. Notarios Asociados
  • Clifford Chance
  • CMS Albiñana & Suárez de Lezo
  • Legal Assessment Commission - Government of Catalonia
  • Cuatrecasas Gonçalves Pereira
  • Deloitte
  • Ernst & Young S.L.
  • Foro Legal
  • Frübeck Abogados-Economistas
  • Fuster-Fabra Abogados
  • Garrigues
  • Gay Vendrell Advocats
  • Gómez-Acebo & Pombo
  • Harboury Legal & Business Services
  • Herrera Advocats
  • Barcelona Bar Association (ICAB)
  • Tornos Abogados Asociados
  • Landwell, Abogados Asesores Fiscales
  • KPMG
  • Manubens Advocats
  • Martell Abogados
  • Miralbell Guerin
  • Monereo Meyer Marinel-lo Abogados
  • Molins & Silva
  • Mullerat Advocats
  • Munné Muñoz-Sabaté Advocats Dret Privat
  • Notaria Belloch & De Dueñas
  • Perez Llorca
  • Roca Junyent
  • Ros Procuradores
  • RCD Abogados
  • Trias De Bes y Vidal-Quadras Abogados y Asesores Tributarios
  • Uría Menéndez


Fees and scholarships


€ 14,745*

*Price for the 2024-25 academic year

Tuition fees correspond, solely and exclusively, to the provision of teaching as part of the programme enrolled on, and this is the only service offered in exchange for the payment of those fees. By enrolling, the student accepts that decisions made by the competent authorities may, directly or indirectly, render it necessary to carry out teaching, tutoring, work placements or assessment tests either in person or via distance learning.

The student accepts that they remain obliged to pay any such fees in full even if, for reasons beyond the control of the University, some of the educational activities included in the degree cannot be carried out as initially provided for in the course guides at the beginning of the academic year. If restrictions are part in place, the University will provide the student with a guarantee that the activity will be rescheduled when possible, taking into consideration the interests of the student and any other applicable academic criteria.


Once you have formalised reservation of your place, the remaining amount can be paid in the following ways:

One-time payment

A one-off payment entitles you to a discount of 3% on tuition fees.

Payment by instalments

In 3 instalments in the first year and 2 instalments in the second year.

Monthly payments

10 instalments with special 0% interest financing with CaixaBank. This also entitles students to a discount of 3% on tuition fees.

Other financing agreements

With Banco Santander, CaixaBank and Banc Sabadell. This also entitles students to a discount of 3% on tuition fees.


Students have until 21 June to cancel their reserved place. This way, you can book your place now and be free to cancel if your circumstances change*
*Deadline for cancelling subject to changes in the official enrolment calendar


Master’s and Postgraduate Department
Bellesguard, 30. 08022 Barcelona
Tel. +34 93 253 72 03
[email protected]

Quality and regulation


Candidates for the Official Double Master's in Legal Profession + Logistics and International Trade must have completed a Spanish or international university degree equivalent to a bachelor's degree in the British system.

The student body includes:

  • Law graduates


The Official Double Master's in Legal Profession + Logistics and International Trade is aimed at training people to deliver excellent service in legal practice in their various pre-litigious and litigious specialities, as well as corporate legal consultancy for a diverse range of organisations.

It also offers advanced training to experts in logistics, transport and international trade. They will be able to lead supply chain management and logistics, optimise transport to reduce time, costs and environmental impact, and lead the international projects of their organisations.

The double master's has the following specific objectives:

Legal Profession:

- To acquire the knowledge and skills to apply European law in the framework of legal practice, both in Spain and on the international scale.

- To be able to use the Spanish legal system and execute legal advice, defence, prosecution, mediation and more as a lawyer.

- To develop analytical and negotiation skills in conflict resolution.

- To have a good understanding of techniques to use in trial to get the best results.

- To understand the procedural laws and evaluate, critique, discuss, create and present judicial proposals related to real cases.

- To learn the basic skills needed to manage a professional lawyer's office.

- To understand the ethics of the legal profession.


Logistics and International Trade:

- To identify international supply chains on a global, continental and regional scale.

- To prepare students to control and manage a logistic chain and its integrated processes and subprocesses, as well as the associated transport operations.

- To train students in optimum negotiation and recruitment skills for transport and logistics, following expected profitability criteria.

- To teach the technical and operational aspects of each mode of transport and their operators on a global, continental, regional and local scale.

- To discover the purpose and characteristics of transport and logistical support infrastructures, as well as the main maritime logistics hubs.

- To learn about and understand new international markets and the flow of goods they generate, as well as identifying businesses opportunities within any given field.

- To teach students how to design, develop and implement company internationalisation projects.

- To analyse country risk and security for supply chains to establish new international businesses.

- To learn about all the key players in international trade, importation and exportation and documentation that goes with and certifies every process.

- To apply corporate social responsibility in all activities, both your own policy as well as those of providers and clients.


Agenda and News

01 January