Tallinn Law School at Tallinn University of Technology and the law firm TARK GRUNTE SUTKIENE launched cooperation in order to offer law students more practical training opportunities. The students of Tallinn University of Technology will have a chance to undergo practical training in the law firm TARK GRUNTE SUTKIENE and to participate in the business law student camp organised jointly by TARK GRUNTE SUTKIENE and the leading Nordic law firm Hannes Snellman. Already now a number of lawyers working for TARK GRUNTE SUTKIENE give lectures and seminars to the students of Tallinn Law School.
“Tallinn Law School at Tallinn University of Technology has proved itself as a provider of good legal education. The opportunity to combine legal studies with technical disciplines is especially fascinating for us, considering that IT, biotechnology and energy are Estonia’s future export articles and future lawyers should have a good understanding of those disciplines in addition to law,” TARK GRUNTE SUTKIENE’s Managing Partner Aare Tark said.
“We are very glad to work with TARK GRUNTE SUTKIENE,” Director of Tallinn Law School, Professor Tanel Kerikmäe said. “We are especially interested in offering practical training opportunities for our students and I do hope that this agreement will not remain the last cooperation agreement to be signed by us. Cooperation with the best practitioners in the field lays a solid foundation for the success of our graduates,” Kerikmäe added.
Besides basic education in law, Tallinn Law School at Tallinn University of Technology offers an opportunity for students to specialise in and study EU law, technology law and public law. There are altogether more than 700 students of law at Tallinn Law School who study law in Estonian or English at the Bachelor or Master level.