Property, Specified Knowledge and Competence in Higher Education


  • Lirika Kutrolli European University of Tirana The Civil Right Department


Reforms in Albania are developed at a positive side in many fields of the right. Radical reforms are developed in educational sector, in public sector also in the private one. Our society has shown interest in learning and the private section has been responded well in this. The success in the educational field has been analyzed only in one institution (The directory of the public relation in the council of ministry for a period of years) where the people present their complaints of any nature, that belong to different areas of the law. From the research work in this institution, reclaims in the educational field are minimal and compared to other fields and we see that the biggest problem are in the ownership right. These problems need solution and the solution demands capacity, competence, qualified people, lawyers, brave experts and we must search the bases of this qualification in the programs of law faculty in our universities. The research question that was lodged in this paper is: Do law students gain the right amount of knowledge for the land and property in the auditorium? Are they able to work in sectors that address issues about property and ownership? Interviews with students from the faculty of several universities of justice are used as an argument to prove that they specifically admit “we have not enough knowledge on issues as property and ownership”. Review of programs in our law faculties will increase the knowledge and form more competent lawyers, guarantying the right to property as a fundamental right. In this point of view, in law faculties, the program of “Ownership Property” should have more space and treated as a separate subject. The solution of ownership matters is a current challenge.

DOI: 10.5901/mjss.2014.v5n6p293


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Property, Specified Knowledge and Competence in Higher Education. (2014). Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences, 5(6), 293.