Key Learning Outcomes

  1. Awareness of traditional distinction between Public Law and Private and legal consequences of this distinction.
  2. Ability and skills to solve legal problems in practice by adopting the theoretical principles.
  3. Ability to think in analytical way and make comparison between legal concepts.
  4. Ability to make case-by-case legal analysis and putting theroretical principles into practice.
  5. Extensive knowledge of the running of the Judiciary.
  6. Ability to reach and use legal sources and material proficiently.
  7. Ability to express himself/herself clearly in legal discussions both verbally and in writing.
  8. Knowledge of the legal framework and structure of the public bodies.
  9. Knowledge of the civil rights and responsibilities of individuals arising out of both domestic and international law.
  10. Typing skills in legal correspondence.
  11. Skills to adopt legal vocabulary and terminology as accepted by the legal profession.
  12. Knowledge of ethical rules of the legal profession.
  13. Knowledge of private persons and legal relations between them.