Tags: España

How Can a Region Legally Claim Independence?

Catalonia's desire to claim its independence has been the recent talk of the town, yet no one seems to be discussing how exactly the region can achieve that. When a region claims independence, there are two things to consider: how it claims independence and how it can legalize its claim.

From Segovia to Madrid: The Hunt for IE Student Accommodation

As your time in Segovia comes to an end, the question “Did you find an apartment for next year in Madrid yet?” becomes a recurring topic in nearly every conversation.

Amnistía: el punto de no retorno

Se ha materializado en el Congreso la Ley de Amnistía, ya profetizada hace años por algunos agoreros, pero que la mayoría nos resistíamos a creer.

Sin agua ni tregua: Cataluña ante la sequía y el temor a una primavera inflamable 

Cataluña se encuentra en una batalla contra una sequía implacable que ha asolado la región durante ya más de tres años.

Latin Americans Reveal Culture Shocks of Life in Spain

By Alejandra Gomescasseres ‘‘Oh, so you snort coke and sell it, right?’’ This question was posed by the first Spanish student one university freshman met...

De la indiferencia a la añoranza: Asturias a través de mis ojos

Sólo fue a través de la mirada de mis amigos, interesados por conocer Asturias, que fui capaz de ver todo desde otro punto de vista.

Will You Get Deported if You Commit a Crime?

This article is written in conjunction with the IEU Law Society. By Martina Al Rifai Hajjo As many of us IE students would agree, we love...

The Golden Opportunity: Legal Benefits of Being from a Former Spanish Colony

This article is written in conjunction with the IEU Law Society. By Stephanie Villamor Spain holds a special allure for many individuals worldwide. For those with...

Graduate Employment Prospects in Spain: A Legal Fantasy?

This article is written in conjunction with the IEU Law Society. By Vanessa Chioaru For numerous years, Spain has consistently ranked as one of the lowest...

Insights from Segovia’s Senior Locals: Wisdom for University Students

University life is not easy, so sometimes we have to turn to those who have already experienced it, and listen to their stories.


Celebrating Women in the Legal Sphere

This article is written in conjunction with the IE Law Society. By Vanessa Chioaru On March 19th 2024, the Law Society had the honor of hosting...

Justice Without Boundaries: The ICJ and Its Impact on International Law

This piece has been selected as the winner of an article contest hosted by the Law Society and The Stork with the prompt: “analyze...

The Case for Politics as a Vocation, Not a Science

Max Weber understood a nation as a status-economic organization united by a common historical memory and the fight for the prestige of power and culture against other nations. Ernest Renan viewed the nation as a form of morality, the possession of a common rich legacy, the consent to live together, and the will to continue to value the heritage which all hold in common.