Krytyka Prawa. Niezależne studia nad prawem

The Needs of the Polish Public Administration Sector versus Legal Education. Some Remarks on the Changes Relating to the Drafts of ‘Act 2.0’ and the ‘University Apprenticeship’

Kokoszkiewicz, Artur

Wyższa Szkoła Przedsiębiorczości i Administracji w Lublinie

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Abstract

The article attempts to present the legislative changes relating to the so called Act 2.0, i.e, the law on higher education together with its implementary regulation on studies as well as the proposed university apprenticeship, which has not as of yet been made into law of any kind. These changes may have a considerable impact on legal education in Poland, and, hence, on the public administration sector in the context of its needs. For it seems justified to assume that the two research areas, i.e. the public administration sector and legal education are both interrelated and that they exert reciprocal influence upon each other. For public administration, in order to function properly, requires a supply of lawyers whereas the latter, in turn, considerably affects its practices – for instance, by way of academic activities and jurisprudential construction or judicial review. The text focuses, above all, on outlining the postulate of the so called good administration. Subsequently, selected issues are presented in the areas of legal education that are related to such administration and can serve to either implement the postulate or to weaken it. Presented are also the assumptions of the draft of the, so called, academic apprenticeship as well as the draft law together with its implementary regulation. Moreover, attention is paid to the phenomenon of mythologisation of practical education presenting a desired direction of legislative action in that respect

Metadata

Journal Krytyka Prawa. Niezależne studia nad prawem 
Volume 10 
Issue 2 
Issue date 2018 
Type Article 
Language en
Pagination 140-148
DOI 10.7206/kp.2080-1084.195
ISSN 2080-1084
eISSN 2450-7938