Part-time studies provide an opportunity to obtain a Master’s degree in law studying on the basis of two part-time law study programmes. One of them is aimed at those who have a university degree but who pursue a Master’s degree in law necessary for a legal profession, whereas the other one is for those who have not got a university degree. This gives a student an opportunity to plan one’s studies independently, and to combine studies with work. Studies are accomplished by defending a Master’s thesis and passing the final exam of a relevant study field. Graduates are granted a Master’s degree. It enables one to either seek any legal profession (a judge, barrister, prosecutor, notary etc) or continue law studies in the third – PhD – cycle.