Еthical and legal principles of remote teaching the legal disciplines in the aspect of reform of legal education

The actuality of the study of ethical and legal principles of distance learning is stipulated by the processes of reforming legal education in Ukraine, where the training of highly skilled legal personnel for all sectors of the economy and public administration has key significance. The current trend of Ukraine’s education policy is to ensure the quality of higher education through a competency-based method of approach. Attempts of theoretical determination of the methods of teaching subjects and conducting practical classes in a mixed system of education (in-person-distance), which lays the foundation for further self-education and self-improvement is presented. Features of the organization of performance by students of independent tasks, their check in the conditions of practice-oriented character of modern legal education are analyzed. The purpose of this study is to elicit the learning difficulties during lectures in online format as well as when students perform independent work in distance learning. An analysis of errors in the work of teacher in distance learning, study and generalization of domestic and foreign positive experience of work with students in mixed (in-person-distance) learning to avoid mistakes in the future and improve the higher education system as a whole are conducted. The essence of ethical and legal principles of working with students online as well as the role of the teacher in the process of distance learning are revealed owing to the basic methods of scientific knowledge, in particular, general and special legal methods.The result of the study consists in validityof necessity to improve the mechanism of organizational and methodical support of distance learning that will further the quality improvement of legal education and the acquisition of qualification competences by students during the educational process, where must be observed not only legal but also ethical standards.

Doi: 10.31359/jnalsu.29(2).2022.119-137