29 Review of Central and East European Law 2004 No.1, 35-95 © 2004 Koninklijke Brill N.V. Printed in The Netherlands Legal Education, Profession and Society Transition: Reform of Lithuanian Legal Education * Helle Blomquist “Education is the infl uence exercised by adult generations on those that are not yet ready for social life. Its object is to arouse and to develop in the child a certain number of physical, intellectual and moral states which are demanded of him by both the political society as a whole and the special milieu for which he is specifi cally destined.” Emile Durkheim 1 Abstract The article explores a specialized perspective of democratization and nation-build- ing in one of the states restored from the former Soviet Union. The focus is on the reform of Lithuanian legal education. It regards the interaction between the two main national law faculties, on the one hand, and society and the profession on the other. There has been a rise in law work and the number of lawyers. Both legal education and the structure of the profession have undergone changes, facilitated by ways of regulation and the allocation of resources. The profession has become an active and
Review of Central and East European Law – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 2004
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