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Features of implementation of the competence-based approach in legal education in the direction of “Jurisprudence” in modern Russia in connection with adoption of the new Federal State Educational Standards in Jurisprudence

M.Yu. Osipov
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UDC 37.09:34-057

https://doi.org/10.20339/AM.06-21.076                  

M.Yu. Osipov is Cand. Sci. (Jurisprudence), Senior Researcher at the Autonomous Non-profit Organization of Higher Education International Police Academy of VPA е-mail osipov11789@yandex.ru

 

Analyzed is the problem of implementing the competence-based approach in legal education as one of pressing problems facing Russian legal education. The urgency of this problem is due to the fact that at present new standards have been adopted in various areas of training, incl. the direction 40.03.01 “Jurisprudence” (FGOS 3 ++). In connection with adoption of this standard, the problem arises of understanding the features of the process of its implementation by educational institutions of higher education that train lawyers in this area of training. The subject of the research in this article is the patterns and features of the implementation of the competence-based approach in legal education in this area of training. In the course of the study, the features of the implementation of the competence-based approach in this area of raining in modern Russia were analyzed in connection with the adoption of the new Federal State Educational Standards in jurisprudence. A competence-based model of a lawyer is presented, as well as requirements for the technology for the formation and assessment of formation of competencies in this area of training in modern Russia, including the use of automated systems for compiling educational and methodological documentation that ensure the educational process.

Key words: competence-based approach, competence, duties of lawyer, legal education, university, educational program, educational and methodological potential, educational space, federal state educational standards, discipline, indicators of achievement of competencies, educational methodical documentation, automated control systems.

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