On the Reform of Legislation Curriculum Innovation and Cultivation of Legal Talents: A Case Study of Guangdong University of Foreign Studies

Gaofeng PAN


With the increasingly growing demand of our times, the curriculum, legislation, as well as its teaching mode has become all the more crucial to cultivate legal talents. After years of reform and innovation in teaching methods, Guangdong University of Foreign Studies (GDUFS) has accumulated rich teaching experience and made remarkable achievements ever since the course of legislation was set up. On the one hand, the teaching practice of this course improves the practical ability and relevant understanding of students, particularly the understanding of legal governance environment and legislative status quo in China; on the other hand, it has strengthened the teaching ability of teachers and gradually formed a relatively mature teaching mode with assigned teaching experience and fixed teaching content. Nevertheless, there exists several problems, for instance, inadequate internship positions for students, insufficient legislative research projects, and decentralized direction of legal talents cultivation. In the near future, the key emphasis of the reform and innovation on the legislative curriculum should be put on several aspects, including improving the proportion of the courses in the cultivation of legal talents, continuing to optimize the content of in-class teaching, strengthening the compilation of teaching materials, reinforcing the curriculum based on the demands of local legislative talents as well as deepening the practical support of in-class teaching.


Legislation curriculum; Legal talents; Reform and innovation

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/12398


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