Цель высшего юридического образования
The higher legal education is undergoing permanent reforms to adjust it to the needs of the day, to make it accessible to those who do not want to work as a lawyer in the future. Can this be done in such a way that legal education after such a reform would still allow legal work to be efficient? Maybe it is time to divide legal education into ordinary (for mere mortals) and branded (for the elite) in order to satisfy the demand for both “working legal bees” and for the “actual honey of jurisprudence”? In the article, I analyse the limits of reforming legal education and the grounds for dividing law faculties.