Representatives of professorial staff of YSU Faculty of Law and Warsaw University Law Management Department participated in the roundtable organized by YSU Faculty of Law.
In a conversation with us, Deputy Dean of YSU Faculty of Law Karen Gevorgyan stated that the analysis of the Armenian and Polish experience in the field of the legal higher education and scientific reforms is in the center of attention: “Besides, reports on the historical autonomy of the Armenian community in Poland, as well as a number of private issues will be discussed.”
Representatives of the Warsaw University professorial staff also presented their model of education, the activities of the tutors and their vision of the future of the universities.
Anna Margaryan, Associate Professor of YSU Faculty of Law, also introduced her Polish colleagues to the legal education procedure in Armenia, noting that legal education can be obtained both at state and private universities, mainly in Yerevan.
“At present the educational system is at the stage of development. However, it should be noted that the most important aspect is the training of lawyers who can think independently, defend their opinions, argue their point of view, make decisions and improve them,” - said Anna Margaryan.