The purpose of this guide to good practice is aimed at the presentation of briefs by those who practise law, in the oral reports they make before the courts and in the judicial decisions themselves by judges, so that "judicial activity is more agile and efficient for the benefit of all".
This guide to good practice includes guidelines on the drafting of documents, "in the search for concise, understandable language, accessible to the judiciary".
It includes recommendations on the length of documents according to their complexity, but that, for example, in the presentation of a medium-high complexity claim, they should not exceed 30 pages, clearly narrate the facts, include numbering, reduce citations of jurisprudence to the minimum necessary and, in the event that they are included, they should be made with the complete reference. Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version).
PALABRAS CLAVE guía de buenas prácticas, presentación de escritos, informes orales, actividad judicial más ágil