Laying the foundations for change
Our era will be dominated in all aspects by the quickening pace of change, relativity and complexity. This will have a far-reaching impact on both the public realm and citizen behaviour, and the duties and objectives of all levels of society.The legal class in particular - which includes academia, the courts and the legal profession - will have to ask itself questions as to the nature of its role, the fundamental tasks to be dealt with and wherein lie the challenges that must be overcome. At a time in which the legal domain holds immense sway over society, it is crucial to develop research centres to study and analyse general interest subjects for the good of civil society. In Spain, in particular, civil society is not yet what it should be, meaning that it is much less developed than that of Anglo-Saxon countries. At Garrigues, we are fully committed to help bridging that gap.
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