Hunan Institute of Science and Technology, Yueyang410006, China
Law undergraduate education is to train students to use legal knowledge to deal with legal affairs skills degree education, promote the integration of industry and education, school and local cooperation is an effective way of law undergraduate education practice innovation. At present, there are some problems in the construction of practical teaching base of law training for university-local cooperation in domestic universities, such as insufficient funds, unsound assessment system, unscientific way of guidance, forms of cooperation and simple content. In order to carry out the innovation and development of the construction of talent training bases for law majors in school-local cooperation, it is necessary to explore new ideas of construction from the aspects of ideology, material security, cooperation content and assessment mechanism.
School-land cooperation; Practical teaching; Personnel training; Construction of thinking
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