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Legal education is rarely treated as the subject of empirical research within the jurisprudence. However, in the law studies assessment two perspectives may be distinguished: official and critical. In official documents these studies are presented as requiring involvement and developing. However, scientific literature shows a different picture. These studies are described as “boring” or “disciplining”. Research conducted in 2016 by the CLEST Research Team on Legal Education shows that students’ assessment is close to the critical one. Under the research one verified the law students’ profile, motivation for starting the studies, plans for the future and assessment of the studies themselves.