Nguyen Thanh Huyen

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The development of society requires workers, especially those with high professional qualifications such as bachelor's, master's, and doctor of philosophy degrees in law, to have professional, technological, and foreign language capabilities; to have good skills and attitudes. For learners to achieve those competency standards, the requirement for training is to have an appropriate training method to maximize their learning ability, and that training method is digital transformation. To successfully implement a digital transformation, training institutions need to ensure the requirements of: i) Human resources - lecturers with professional qualifications, practical experience, and the ability to work and teach in the digital age; departmental staff with professional qualifications, proficient use of technology to meet the job requirements; ii) Physical resources - synchronous and preeminent facilities to meet online learning, teaching, and research; iii) Financial resources to meet learning and teaching in the digital age and iv) Appropriate mechanisms and policies for successful digital transformation in training. This article analyzes the factors above and proposes solutions to ensure the quality of legal education in training institutions in the context of digital transformation in Vietnam.