Academia de Drept din Oradea în perioada de tranziţie de la autorităţile maghiare la cele româneşti (1919-1921) (Academy of Law from Oradea during the Period of Transition from the Hungarian to the Romanian Authorities (1919-1921))
Sorin Șipoș, Mircea Brie, Ioan Horga, Ion Gumenâi, Barbu Ștefănescu (coord.), Politici imperiale în estul și vestul spațiului românesc, University of Oradea Press, Cartdidact Press, Oradea, Chișinău, 2010, p. 373-385
13 Pages Posted: 6 Mar 2013
Date Written: 2010
Created by the Hungarian Minister of Instruction and Religion in an attempt to depopulate the Universities of Hungary from the big number of auditors, the Romanian Era of the Law Academy of Oradea began with two academic years, 1919-1920 and 1920-1921, of transition from the Hungarian authorities to the Romanian ones. Due to the efficiency of the Dirigent Council of managing the issues of the Transylvanian education, during 1919 and the first half of 1920, the Academy’s activity was not interrupted. The students could continue the studies in similar conditions as those existing before 1918, fact that helped many of them sustain both, the main exams, the final state ones and those of Justice. At the end of the three transitions years, the education institution of Oradea was able to begin the academic year 1921-1922 in normal conditions.
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Keywords: the inter-war period, Law Academy of Oradea, transition period
JEL Classification: I20, I22, I28, K00, N34, N44, Z00
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