"Being one of the first to swear has meant a great recognition to a whole process of much personal learning, which has been very long, but in which the University was always present," said Martin Saavedra.
With the satisfaction of having completed a stage and the nervousness that this entails, the professional Martín Saavedra Tapia, Bachelor of Legal Sciences, swore before the Supreme Court of Justice, thus becoming the first lawyer entitled to the University Law career from La Serena.
The oath ceremony, which was held in the city of Santiago, allowed the Bachelor of Legal Sciences to obtain the title of lawyer, first graduate of this undergraduate program of the Faculty of Social, Business and Legal Sciences of the ULS that reaches the Title.
“Being one of the first to swear has meant a great recognition to a whole process of much personal learning, which has been very long, but in which the University has been present. Obviously this brings certain responsibilities, not only for me, but for all my generation partners, where we are committed to demonstrate that the University has done a great job and deserves its prestige and much more, ”said lawyer Martín Saavedra.
The new professional, who already thinks about the future, clarifies that he wants to “begin to practice the profession and continue to be linked in some way to the University”. Nor does it rule out postgraduate options "to specialize in Public Law or Regulatory Law, I want to continue learning, I feel that my studies have not yet been completed, there is much to learn."
The former student also highlighted the support provided by the institution and especially the professors of the career. “There is nothing left but to thank you for the support you have given us, you have made your experience available, not only in the classroom, but outside it. His teachings, for many of us, are going to be memories that will last, ”he said.
He added that despite being a new career, the ULS has managed to build ties with the community, however, and according to his judgment, “we can make it even more involved in the activities of the race. Law has many strengths in terms of its professors, the dynamics between students and academics are special and close, which greatly facilitates the learning process and, in recent years, the University has had significant improvements, which undoubtedly enhance the process deformation".
For its part, for Mg. Carlos Magna, ULS Law Director, said that he has “the privilege of leading the race at a time where the milestone of our first generation of graduates is fulfilled, proud of this first generation and, also, very happy because we already have our first lawyer who swore before the Supreme Court, which is why we are doubly proud. ”
Written by Patricia Castro, DirCom