Ukraine opts for a merits-based approach to the selection and evaluation of judges

1 June 2018 | Judiciary
"Since last year, Ukraine has opted for a new approach by injecting various procedural guarantees to make the process of selection and evaluation more merits-based and transparent", stated Team Leader of EU-Project “Pravo-Justice” Dovydas Vitkauskas at the conference “Judicial reform in Ukraine: Outputs and Further Steps”, organised by the Judicial Reform Council and the Council of Europe.

Ukraine opts for a merits-based approach to the selection and evaluation of judges

1 June 2018 | Judiciary
"Since last year, Ukraine has opted for a new approach by injecting various procedural guarantees to make the process of selection and evaluation more merits-based and transparent", stated Team Leader of EU-Project “Pravo-Justice” Dovydas Vitkauskas at the conference “Judicial reform in Ukraine: Outputs and Further Steps”, organised by the Judicial Reform Council and the Council of Europe.

Experts of Project's Mission met with judges of Supreme Court

5 April 2018 | Judiciary
Issues related to the ways of improving investment and business climate in Ukraine topped the agenda of the discussion between the representatives of our Project and members of the IMF, Ukraine’s justice ministry, parliament’s economic policy committee, as well as leadership of Ukraine’s Supreme Court.

The International Advisory Council has discussed the Action Plan for the implementation of the Strategy for the Reform of the Judiciary

30 March 2018 | Judiciary
According to Dovydas Vitkauskas, Team leader of the EU Project “PRAVO-Justice”, successful implementation of judicial reform, approximation to EU standards is possible through providing not only clear planning, but also ensuring coordination and cooperation among all stakeholders.

The International Advisory Council has discussed the Action Plan for the implementation of the Strategy for the Reform of the Judiciary

30 March 2018 | Judiciary
According to Dovydas Vitkauskas, Team leader of the EU Project “PRAVO-Justice”, successful implementation of judicial reform, approximation to EU standards is possible through providing not only clear planning, but also ensuring coordination and cooperation among all stakeholders.

Ukrainian legal community and EU experts discussed challenges and achievements in justice reform

23 November 2017 | Judiciary
On 23 November 2017 the EU-funded Project “Support to Justice Sector Reforms in Ukraine” hosted a conference that brought together key stakeholders representing the Ukrainian judiciary, legal community, national and international experts.