After 1990, the training of legal and public administrative experts called for the implementation of a new conception of theoretical and practical education similar to that of the practice in more developed countries. In order to maintain a competitive status and to train those well versed in the European system of norms, we have enlarged the scope of degree courses by means of the addition of administrative, industrial and commercial legal knowledge, and the requirement of a good level of linguistic competence. In addition to the traditional legal fields, new areas have been opened up for the profession, principally as the result of the necessity of European integration. The public sector is also employing to a greater extent those who, in comparison to the traditional legal training, are better qualified in administrative organization. Our university has launched this degree course by building upon the basis of the traditional legal training and in parts developing and renewing it. It is thus more in conformity with European trends, and therefore its graduates take a more ‘market-orientated’ degree.