On Conflicts and Reconciliation Between Judicial Examination and Undergraduate Law Education

Jingxiang SU

Abstract


The current judicial examination fully accords with the basic pattern of undergraduate law education in terms of the examination contents and subjects. However, the differences in the positioning of targets, content setting, appraisal approaches and other aspects between them as well as the inappropriate influences of universities’ excessive pursuit of the pass ratio of judicial examinations have resulted in the adverse effects on the undergraduate law education in the aspects of teaching contents, teaching methodologies and teaching orders. In order to reconcile the shocks on undergraduate law education imposed by the judicial examination, it is necessary to start from two aspects, respectively reforming the judicial examination’s contents and test methods as well as transforming the curriculum setting and teaching mode of undergraduate education.


Keywords


Judicial examintion; Undergraduate law education; Conflict; Reconciliation

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/5601

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