Vol 7, No 8 (2017)

Legal Education in Europe. Challenges and Prospects

Issue edited by Antal Szerletics (National University of Public Service, Budapest, Hungary) and Lidia Rodak (Silesian University, Katowice, Poland).

DOI: 10.35295/osls.iisl/0000-0000-0000-0917

Table of Contents

Introduction

Introduction: Legal Education in Central and Eastern Europe. Challenges and Prospects PDF
Antal Szerletics, Lidia Rodak 1581-1588

Analysis of selected problems

On Plagiarism and Power Relations in Legal Academia and Legal Education PDF
Tilen Štajnpihler 1589-1609
The Stakeholders in the Romanian Legal Education and their Influence over the Curricula and Teaching Methods PDF
Lucian Bojin 1610-1635
Legal Education from the Perspective of Legal Practice PDF
Michał Kiełb 1636-1646

Prospects and alternative methods

Street Law and Legal Clinics as Civic Projects: Situation in the Czech Republic PDF
Tereza Krupová, Marek Zima 1647-1660
Bringing Emotions into Legal Education Through the Experimental Learning Model: A Proposal PDF
Lidia Rodak 1661-1678
The Role of Virtues in Legal Education PDF
Antal Szerletics 1679-1691


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