Studies on the Standard and Model for Cultivating Outstanding Legal Talents

Xin GUAN

Abstract


Facing China’s higher legal education current problems, especially problem like legal graduates lack of excellence, the ministry of education has started an education and cultivation plan for outstanding legal talents. To cultivate outstanding legal talents, the first thing is to set up clear cultivation standard which should have the ability to cultivate comprehensive knowledge structures, certain foreign languages, practical abilities, and good legal professional ethics. Only when such standard was set up, we can further continue with the exploration and revolution of talent cultivation mode and measurement.


Keywords


Outstanding legal talents; Cultivation Standards; Cultivation Mode

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/3035

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