Law students, through the Association of people affected by the law on access to advocacy and procurement (ANALAP), succeeded in that past on July 7 the BOE ratified a policy change. With it, students and recent graduates in law are no longer obliged to make a mandatory master with practices and a review to exercise like all lawyers Online. Also, they may colegiar in two years. To achieve this ANALAP plotted out a broad strategy that Member several months. It began with mobilizations peaceful on the streets of many cities and complaints through social networks. Later emails were sent to the media that diesen outreach initiatives. Finally met with representatives of the various political parties and contacted the Ministry of Justice to expose their discontent. The past May 29, PP, with support from other parliamentary groups, submitted a transactional amendment.
The 31st was ratified when Commission of Justice Congress approved the Bill of mediation in civil and commercial matters that included the third final provision, with the changes proposed in the law 34/2006. The process culminates after passing by the Senate and be approved in the Official Gazette. As a result of these modifications, many universities have shown their discontent because they had invested many resources so that the masters were in operation in the next academic year 12/13. Investment that, with the policy change, hardly going to recover because many of the students who had been forced to register are not going to do.