DEVELOPMENT OF PSYCHOLOGICAL STRUCTURE PROFESSIONAL LAWYER’S SELF-CONSCIOUSNESS IN THE CONDITIONS OF HIGHER EDUCATION
Mikhail Demidov1, Mikhail Smirnov2*, Polina Starygina3, Olga Yakhina4
1Russian University of Cooperation, Cheboksary, Russian Federation, firstname.lastname@example.org
2Mari State University, Yoshkar-Ola, Russian Federation, email@example.com
3Mari State University, Yoshkar-Ola, Russian Federation,firstname.lastname@example.org
4Mari State University, Yoshkar-Ola, Russian Federation, email@example.com
The most important problem of education is developing professional self-consciousness of future legal specialists. It is determined by the necessity of rapid adaptation to modern dynamic life and conditions of practical activity. The vast array of current legislation, its frequent changes, gaps and conflicts require lawyers to have a high level of theoretical knowledge and law enforcement practice. However practice shows wick relationship between universities and the sphere of graduates activity. After graduation young specialists do not know how to use the knowledge of various branches of law received in the university.
Modern conditions can be characterized by the instability of the socio-economic environment. As usual training and selection of lawyers is based on the assessment of a number of psychological qualities, as well as professional competence, including theoretical and practical training. However, these indicators are not an accurate basis for predicting and achieving a high level of professional activity productivity.
Keywords: professional self-consciousness, psychological structure of the individual, professional adaptation, psychological skills and abilities, university training
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