Introduction: The training given at the School of Law, is characterized: the research function is almost not present in the teaching-learning process, a high percentage of teachers are not trained in the management of research skills; there are certain signs of work in active methodologies, a high percentage of graduates graduate through the Special Degree Program, the current curriculum does not train professionals in research skills and abilities, a high percentage of students perceive their teachers with a regular academic performance and many of them have no knowledge of the professional profile of the graduate. Objective: To design a methodological model to develop research skills in the professional training of lawyers. Methodology: It consisted of data collection through: classroom observation, application of surveys to students and teachers. The data collected were subjected to a process of selection, analysis, critique and codification. Result: Design of a methodological model based on Tobón's competency-based approach and the Tunning Project, the theory of critical-humanistic teaching and Jorge Witker's theory of active education. Contribution: The proposed methodological model, will allow the strengthening of scientific competencies in the training process at the Law School and would constitute one of the most significant changes in legal education and would allow a wide incidence in the university sphere.
|Título traducido de la contribución||METHODOLOGICAL MODEL FOR THE RESEARCH FUNCTION IN THE PROFESSIONAL TRAINING OF LAWYERS|
|Número de artículo||e0222|
|Publicación||Journal of Law and Sustainable Development|
|Estado||Publicada - jul. 2022|
|Publicado de forma externa||Sí|
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