List of Subject-Specific Competences
1 . Knowledge of current norms, statutes, regulations and other sources of law.
2 . Knowledge of and ability to use correctly the hierarchy of legal sources.
3 . Knowledge of major international treaties.
4 . Capacity to apply a legal rule to a particular legal case.
5 . Precise understanding of pre-trial and court-room procedure in lawsuits.
6 . Understanding of criminal, administrative, disciplinary, and civil-legal procedures.
7 . Ability to stipulate a contract and to explain it fully and critically.
8 . Skills to draw up legal documents.
9 . Ability to understand professionally and explain legal norms in the process of their application.
10 . Ability to produce effective written or oral legal decisions and advice.
11 . Capacity to determine whether a legal conflict can be solved.
12 . Capacity to identify the legal interests of the parties.
13 . Knowledge of and ability to apply national and international instruments to protect and promote human rights.
14 . Capacity to use necessary technology for information searches in juridical practice.
15 . Capacity to understand the philosophical and theoretical foundations of the law and State, and to link them to their practical application.
16 . Knowledge of and ability to apply the basic means of identification of criminals and anti-crime techniques.
17 . Ability to analyze the juridical problems that may constitute an obstacle to law enforcement.
18 . Capacity to use alternative methods of resolving conflicts and disputes (Mediation).
19 . Knowledge of and ability to apply the law in the spheres of gender equality and juvenile justice.
20 . Knowledge of political and legal foundations of the theory of civil society and the rule of law.