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How To Become A Lawyer?

by Izabela Krasnicka (Volume editor) Magdalena Perkowska (Volume editor)
Conference proceedings X, 167 Pages

Summary

The present publication collects the contributions of the colloquium «How to Become a Lawyer in Europe», which took place on June 4, 2010 in Andorra la Vella – within the frame-work of the 15th annual meeting of the representatives of the Network of European Universities in Legal Studies.
We gathered articles concerning not only many European countries but also the United States and a special contribution is made to the system in California (USA). Each part is a unique guide through internal regulations leading to different legal professions. The articles present the academic education system in the field of law and also special requirements and professional exams giving the right/permission to perform legal professions. The reader will see the differences and similarities especially in the European systems of the presented countries.

Details

Pages
X, 167
ISBN (PDF)
9783035304671
ISBN (Softcover)
9783034312905
Language
English
Publication date
2013 (July)
Tags
European Law USA and Canada Vocational Education
Published
Bern, Berlin, Bruxelles, Frankfurt am Main, New York, Oxford, Wien, 2013. 167 pp.

Biographical notes

Izabela Krasnicka (Volume editor) Magdalena Perkowska (Volume editor)

Izabela Krasnicka holds a PhD degree in law and teaches at the Faculty of Law, University of Bialystok, Poland. Her areas of interest concern: public international law (with special emphasis on the law of aviation), legal system of the US, the constitutional law of the EU as well as legal education. Dr Krasnicka is the Polish side director of the Comparative US-EU Law Summer Law Program, lecturer for the Comparative & International Business and Trade Summer Law Program. She is also on the Board of the Polish Legal Clinics Foundation and the Dean’s Representative for International Relations. Magdalena Perkowska holds a PhD degree in law and teaches at the Faculty of Law, University of Bialystok, Poland. Her areas of interest concern: criminal law, criminology (with special emphasis on the foreigners’ criminality, Swiss criminal law). Dr Perkowska is LLP-Erasmus Outgoing Staff and Students Coordinator at her home Law Faculty.

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