The impact of globalization processes on the formation of the legal culture of civil servants
This article aims to present a comprehensive analysis of the impact of globalization processes on the formation of civil servants’ legal culture. The methodological basis for the analysis was the integrated use of general and special scientific research methods. It was found that globalization significantly affects the transformation, change, and improvement of state and legal institutions, as well as norms and relations at the global, macro-regional, and intra-national levels; also, it stimulates, accelerates, and renews the universalization in the state and legal sphere. Moreover, it was determined that there is a need to constantly improve civil servants’ professional skills and increase their professional competencies. In addition, it was proved that signs of high legal awareness and legal culture are not only indicators of high public activity but should also be a priority in state formation because legal awareness, legal culture, and ethical culture are social guarantees of the rule of law in society. Accordingly, there is a need to increase the rule of law index, which is a reflection of the micro level of globalization, by improving the legal culture of the population and civil servants in particular. The role and importance of globalization in the development of the rule of law are growing every year. At the same time, there have been no separate studies on the impact of globalization on the formation of civil servants’ legal culture, which determines the relevance of the study.