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Title: Ausbildung, Arbeitsmarkt und Politik der Juristen in Deutschland 1800-1945
Issue Date: 30-May-2013
Publisher: FHI
Description: Tobias Sander -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Ausbildung, Arbeitsmarkt und Politik der Juristen in Deutschland 1800-1945 Education of Germany's legal professionals between 1800 and 1945, Employment Market and Policy - English Summary - The Paper presents central aspects of the professional development of the legal experts ca-reer during the 19th and the first half of the 20th century. It examines the rising administra-tive states influence on the forming of official examinations, the exclusion of non-academical trained in the first half and the inclusion of laymen courts since the second half of the 19th century. The successful professionalization, example for other state-determined academical careers, was subject to rotational stages of congestion and defiency of trainees. After a six-year education, candidates (Assessoren) had to wait up to nine years, mostly without payment, to get an appointment in the civil service. This social situation, in tandem with other everyday-life based and political feelings of insecurity, determined the policy of the professional associations in the 1920s, the judges-association (Deutscher Richterbund, DRB) and the lawyers-association (Deutscher Anwaltverein, DAV).
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