This sixth issue of La enseñanza del Derecho has been divided into four sections, in addition to an introduction by the editor Francisco J. Laporta.
SOME HISTORICAL CONTRIBUTIONS, incorporates a classic work by Francisco Giner de los Ríos, Sobre la reorganización de los estudios de Facultad (1889), a light-filled reflection by Eduardo García de Enterría, Reflexiones sobre los estudios de derecho (1952), and a well-known UNESCO report, El problema de la naturaleza y los fines de la enseñanza del derecho (1953), by Charles Eisenmann; II.
THE UNIVERSITY TEACHING OF LAW, the central body of the work, in which they have written; The Future University.
Expectations and necessary changes, by Francisco Michavila; Changes in the conception of education, by José Luis Linaza; The new social realities and the teaching of law, by José Juan Toharia; The teaching of law at the University: present and future, by Carlos Palao Taboada; Fundamentals of the training of jurists, by Aníbal Sánchez Andrés Andrés Andrés; On academic trends and interdisciplinary perspectives in law schools, by Elena Beltrán Pedreira; III.
A GLOBAL PROPOSAL.
Theory and practice of the teaching of law, by Juan Antonio Pérez Lledó, offers this text a clear way to present the problem that illustrates what is at stake....