EU Project "Pravo-Justice" discussed implementing mediation competence with law schools

24 June 2021 | Judiciary , Justice , RJRC
On June 24, EU Project "Pravo-Justice" national experts presented draft Guidelines for implementing mediation competence under the Standard of Higher Education of the second (master's) level as to qualification 081 Law for discussion. Among the participants there were representatives of law schools in Lviv, Chernivtsi, Odesa, Kharkiv, Dnipro, Donetsk and Luhansk regions, who are members of the Regional Justice Reform Councils (RJRC).

EU Project "Pravo-Justice" discussed implementing mediation competence with law schools

24 June 2021 | Judiciary , Justice , RJRC
On June 24, EU Project "Pravo-Justice" national experts presented draft Guidelines for implementing mediation competence under the Standard of Higher Education of the second (master's) level as to qualification 081 Law for discussion. Among the participants there were representatives of law schools in Lviv, Chernivtsi, Odesa, Kharkiv, Dnipro, Donetsk and Luhansk regions, who are members of the Regional Justice Reform Councils (RJRC).

New bankruptcy procedure for foreign currency borrowers needs to be improved - experts of EU Project "Pravo-Justice" and RJRC members

18 June 2021 | Judiciary , Justice , RJRC
On June 18, an expert discussion “Foreign currency borrowers. New Rules” was held. Representatives of the Regional Justice Reform Councils (RJRCs) participated in it. National experts of EU-Project "Pravo-Justice", judges, lawyers, bankruptcy trustees, private enforcement officers and other participants discussed recent legislative changes as well as practical experience in applying bankruptcy procedure under the new rules.

New bankruptcy procedure for foreign currency borrowers needs to be improved - experts of EU Project "Pravo-Justice" and RJRC members

18 June 2021 | Judiciary , Justice , RJRC
On June 18, an expert discussion “Foreign currency borrowers. New Rules” was held. Representatives of the Regional Justice Reform Councils (RJRCs) participated in it. National experts of EU-Project "Pravo-Justice", judges, lawyers, bankruptcy trustees, private enforcement officers and other participants discussed recent legislative changes as well as practical experience in applying bankruptcy procedure under the new rules.

Development of a database of legal positions of the Supreme Court

17 June 2021 | Justice
EU Project Pravo-Justice announces the procurement for further development of the database of legal positions of the Supreme Court.

Сall for tenders for adaptive ability testing in support of the Prosecutor General’s Office

17 June 2021 | Justice
We announce a call for tenders for adaptive ability testing in support of the Prosecutor General’s Office (OPG) Human Resources Commissions.

Experts of the Pravo-Justice Project and RJRC Members Discussed the Development of Legal Education in Ukraine

11 June 2021 | Judiciary , Justice , RJRC
11 June 2021, the interregional expert discussion of the implementation of higher education standards for the Bachelor of Law and the Master of Law majors was held. The event was organized by the EU Project Pravo-Justice together with the USAID New Justice Program brought together, among others, members of the regional justice reform councils (RJRCs).

Experts of the Pravo-Justice Project and RJRC Members Discussed the Development of Legal Education in Ukraine

11 June 2021 | Judiciary , Justice , RJRC
11 June 2021, the interregional expert discussion of the implementation of higher education standards for the Bachelor of Law and the Master of Law majors was held. The event was organized by the EU Project Pravo-Justice together with the USAID New Justice Program brought together, among others, members of the regional justice reform councils (RJRCs).

EU Project Pravo-Justice Continues Discussion of Procedural Changes to Simplified Proceedings in Minor Disputes in Ukraine

10 June 2021 | E-justice , Judiciary , Justice , RJRC
On June 10, the discussion about “How the improvement of writ and simplified proceedings under the Civil and Commercial Procedural Codes will affect the financial sector and the relationship between creditors and debtors?” took place. National and international experts from the EU Law-Justice Project, judges, representatives of the Regional Councils for Justice Reform (RJRCs), banks and other participants discussed how improving proceedings affects the financial sector and the creditor-debtor relations.

EU Project Pravo-Justice Continues Discussion of Procedural Changes to Simplified Proceedings in Minor Disputes in Ukraine

10 June 2021 | E-justice , Judiciary , Justice , RJRC
On June 10, the discussion about “How the improvement of writ and simplified proceedings under the Civil and Commercial Procedural Codes will affect the financial sector and the relationship between creditors and debtors?” took place. National and international experts from the EU Law-Justice Project, judges, representatives of the Regional Councils for Justice Reform (RJRCs), banks and other participants discussed how improving proceedings affects the financial sector and the creditor-debtor relations.