We have conducted the first Legal Research Workshop for law students
Miranda & Amado has a special interest in contributing to society within the academic sphere through the education of young legal professionals, providing them with the new knowledge necessary in the workplace in an environment of digital transformation.
In this context, we have prepared the Digital Legal Research Workshop, aimed at law students, in order to prepare them for their first experiences as professionals and guide them in the search for accessible sources through digital tools and media. We believe that the result will help them to face with greater confidence the tasks they are assigned, as well as to improve the productivity and efficiency of legal work.
And so it was that yesterday we conducted the first of these workshops at the Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú, PUCP (Pontifical Catholic University of Peru), with the participation of 35 law students.
This initiative was overseen by a team of professionals who are experts in the management of the firm’s knowledge base, and who prepared to share their experience with different universities throughout the country.
We would like to thank the PUCP for allowing us to organize this initiative and to work with the university’s students.