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  1. Bachelor of Social Sciences in Law (LPA) (LU)

    - to complete mandatory and optional legal courses of the studies programme, including professional practice in a court and an institution of public administration, to acquire legal research skills, to write and defend a bachelor’s thesis; as a result a broad spectrum of theorethical and practical knowledge in all branches of law (civil law, state law, criminal law, international and European law, legal theory and legal history) must be acquired. The study programme has the following aims: - to implement academic studies in legal science complying with the economic, cultural and social needs of the state; - to ensure to students the possibility to acquire theoretical knowledge and research competencies in legal science, thus ensuring the possibilities to acquire high quality and competitive academic education; - to prepare highly qualified and competitive specialists of legal science; - to impart to students knowledge and competencies in such quality and on such a level that would allow them to continue master level studies after completing the programme. The aims of the study programme will be reached by achieving the following objectives: - imparting to students the necessary knowledge and skills in legal science, implementing study courses envisaged in the study programme; - ensuring successive mastering of study courses in high quality; - attracting the best qualified faculty members for teaching study courses, including lecturers from abroad; - giving to students scientific basis for professional a ...

    Awarding body- University of Latvia

    Category: Qualifications Location: Latvia
  2. Bachelor of Social Sciences in Law (LU)

    - to complete mandatory and optional legal courses of the studies programme, including professional practice in a court and an institution of public administration, to acquire legal research skills, to write and defend a bachelor’s thesis; as a result a broad spectrum of theorethical and practical knowledge in all branches of law (civil law, state law, criminal law, international and European law, legal theory and legal history) must be acquired. The study programme has the following aims: - to implement academic studies in legal science complying with the economic, cultural and social needs of the state; - to ensure to students the possibility to acquire theoretical knowledge and research competencies in legal science, thus ensuring the possibilities to acquire high quality and competitive academic education; - to prepare highly qualified and competitive specialists of legal science; - to impart to students knowledge and competencies in such quality and on such a level that would allow them to continue master level studies after completing the programme. The aims of the study programme will be reached by achieving the following objectives: - imparting to students the necessary knowledge and skills in legal science, implementing study courses envisaged in the study programme; - ensuring successive mastering of study courses in high quality; - attracting the best qualified faculty members for teaching study courses, including lecturers from abroad; - giving to students scientific basis for professional a ...

    Awarding body- University of Latvia

    Category: Qualifications Location: Latvia
  3. Bachelor's Degree in Law (BAT)

    Learning outcomes are not available ...

    Awarding body- Turība University

    Category: Qualifications Location: Latvia
  4. Bachelor's Degree in Law (RJA)

    Competences:Information is not availableSkills:Information is not availableKnowledge:Information is not available ...

    Awarding body- Riga Graduate School of Law

    Category: Qualifications Location: Latvia
  5. Bachelor’s Degree of Social Sciences in Science of Law (RSU)

    Aim of the programme of study is to prepare highly qualified professionals in law with the theoretical and practical skills and ability to work independently in the sector of justice. Graduate has acquired knowledge concerning the Latvian legal system, institutional structure of the law enforcement authorities and enforcement practice, at the same time comparing it with the other EU countries. Graduate is able to: - analyze the legal system and its elements, which are related to legal creation, institutional structure at establishments protecting the law and practice for law application; - analyze and, according to the specific facts, apply the rules in the sector of International and European rights, and Medical and Social rights; - to apply acquired theoretical knowledge in the cognition of legal processes and situations; - to realizes inter-disciplinary approach in the legal research; - take responsibility for contributing to legal knowledge and practice and/or for the groups’ strategic outcomes; - practically apply qualitative and quantitative methods in the judicial inquire process. Graduate knows how to: - select, master and analyze legal sources and specific theoretical literature and use it to be able to effectively apply acquired knowledge in the practice; - use theoretical knowledge and apply acquired practical skills in the practice to analyze, interpret and solve theoretical and/or practical legal problems; - clearly communicate their conclusions and explain and discuss complex law issues; ...

    Awarding body- Rīga Stradiņš University

    Category: Qualifications Location: Latvia
  6. Bachelor's Degree in Law and Business (RJA)

    Competences:Information is not availableSkills:Information is not availableKnowledge:Information is not available ...

    Awarding body- Riga Graduate School of Law

    Category: Qualifications Location: Latvia
  7. DIPLOMA OF PROFESSIONAL HIGHER EDUCATION with professional qualification: Lawyer (LU)

    To study theorethical basic courses of jurisprudence; - to study Professional specialization courses and to obtain practical skills during the occupational practice (26 credit points); - to pass a state test in jurisprudence which includes a state examination (2 credit points) and a development and defendance of a diploma paper (12 credit points). Competences:1. Basic knowledge of: 1.1. computer science; 1.2. logic; 1.3. basics of scientific work; 1.4. basic principles of mediation; 1.5. psychology basics; 1.6. communication skills; 1.7. management theory basics; 1.8. Latin language basics. 2. Understanding of: 2.1. environmental law; 2.2. tax law; 2.3. records management; 2.4. Roman civil law; 2.5. maritime law; 2.6. general state science; 2.7. personal data protection law; 2.8. foreign legal history; 2.9. social rights; 2.10. municipal law; 2.11. Church law; 2.12. international trade law; 2.13. sociology of law; 2.14. competition law; 2.15. criminology; 2.16. forensic science; 2.17. professional terminology in the official language and two foreign languages. 3. Ability to apply knowledge of: 3.1. theory of law; 3.2. history of Latvian law; 3.3. philosophy of law; 3.4. constitutional rights; 3.5. administrative rights; 3.6. administrative proceedings; 3.7. general part of the civil law; 3.8. law of obligations; 3.9. rights in rem; 3.10. family law; 3.11. inheritance rights; 3.12. intellectual property rights; 3.13. commercial law; 3.14. labour law; 3.15. civil proceedings; 3.16. criminal law; 3.17. criminal ...

    Awarding body- University of Latvia

    Category: Qualifications Location: Latvia
  8. Professional Master's Degree in Law, Lawyer (RA)

    There has been acquired deepened theoretical knowledge of jurisprudence issues, that is demonstrated by critically assessing and correlation revealing awareness of the unity of theory and practice, the ability to apply knowledge in practice, demonstrating professional competence of a lawyer; - there has been improved scientific research competence in the chosen scientific research field through research practice, presenting research results in the conference and elaborating Master's thesis. Competences:1. Basic knowledge of: 1.1. computer science; 1.2. logic; 1.3. basics of scientific work; 1.4. basic principles of mediation; 1.5. psychology basics; 1.6. communication skills; 1.7. management theory basics; 1.8. Latin language basics. 2. Understanding of: 2.1. environmental law; 2.2. tax law; 2.3. records management; 2.4. Roman civil law; 2.5. maritime law; 2.6. general state science; 2.7. personal data protection law; 2.8. foreign legal history; 2.9. social rights; 2.10. municipal law; 2.11. Church law; 2.12. international trade law; 2.13. sociology of law; 2.14. competition law; 2.15. criminology; 2.16. forensic science; 2.17. professional terminology in the official language and two foreign languages. 3. Ability to apply knowledge of: 3.1. theory of law; 3.2. history of Latvian law; 3.3. philosophy of law; 3.4. constitutional rights; 3.5. administrative rights; 3.6. administrative proceedings; 3.7. general part of the civil law; 3.8. law of obligations; 3.9. rights in rem; 3.10. family law; 3.11. inheritance ...

    Awarding body- Rezekne Higher Education Institution

    Category: Qualifications Location: Latvia
  9. Professional Master's Degree in Law (DU)

    The aim of the study programme is; - to ensure practically applicable professional studies based on theoretical fundamentals of law science, conforming to the standard of lawyer’s profession, by training qualified specialists in the sphere of law for state and European Union needs, by implementing acquisition of deeper knowledge and skills characteristic to branch and specialization, preparing for innovative, research, managerial and pedagogical work in the sphere of law. Within the programme the following knowledge and skills have been acquired and developed: - knowledge about the latest discoveries in the legal theory and in the legal development of Latvia and foreign countries, chosen legal area, pedagogy and psychology; - skills of identifying and solving of legal problems, organizing scientific and research activities, organizing comparative analysis of different legal approaches, solving complex conflict situations. Abilities to identify the key tasks in the field of legal science and in the separate areas of legal science, as well as explain with arguments and discuss the problem issues in the different legal science areas; - to evaluate and critically analyze the Latvian Republic and international regulatory framework in the different areas of law; - to analize the obtained results, to prepare reports, to forecast and simulate the future situations using the regulatory framework have been improved. ...

    Awarding body- University of Daugavpils

    Category: Qualifications Location: Latvia
  10. Professional Master's Degree in Law, Lawyer (BAT)

    Objectives: - to educate and train legal specialists who are able to work as advocates, prosecutors, judges, notaries, court administrators , insolvency case administrators or other qualified legal specialists as well as be able to provide their knowledge to students of higher education institutions. Outcomes: Ability to orient oneself in all the important branches of law and be apply to apply legal normative enactments in accordance with widely accepted legal principles. Ability to demonstrate an understanding of important concepts and correlations in the legal branch of science or professional sphere. Ability to independently formulate and critically analyse complex scientific and professional issues make well justified decisions and if necessary carry out additional analysis. Ability to independently apply the theory, methods and problem solving skills to carry out research or creative activity or functions of highly qualified professionals. Ability to carry out practical tasks in one’s profession based on an analytical approach; demonstrate skills that enable solving professional problems, discuss and argue practical issues and solutions with colleagues, clients and the management and independently further study and develop one’s competences. Competences:1. Basic knowledge of: 1.1. computer science; 1.2. logic; 1.3. basics of scientific work; 1.4. basic principles of mediation; 1.5. psychology basics; 1.6. communication skills; 1.7. management theory basics; 1.8. Latin language basics. 2. Understandi ...

    Awarding body- Turība University

    Category: Qualifications Location: Latvia

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