Creating Professional Skills through Modern Higher Education

Olga I. Miroshnichenko, Yana V. Gaivoronskaya

Abstract


The research deals with the experience of interdisciplinary investigation and aims at utilizing the data of contemporary career science and the theory of professionalism to enhance the quality of legal education. The authors, who are Professors of the School of Law, Far-Eastern Federal University, propose to introduce the term ‘career reserve’ into the parlance of science and offer their interpretation of this term in relation to the professional activity of a lawyer. At present, acquiring education is the first stage in the career ladder. To help the students go up the ladder, the modern law school has to educate the students in proper planning of their career and assist them in forming a basic career reserve during their education stage.


Full Text: PDF DOI: 10.5539/ies.v7n9p50

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