Courts are becoming more customer and service-oriented

September 10, 2019 | Judiciary , Justice
Thanks to the Model Courts Initiative, technical and operational solutions have been developed and proposed to improve the efficiency of Ukrainian courts.

Courts are becoming more customer and service-oriented

September 10, 2019 | Judiciary , Justice
Thanks to the Model Courts Initiative, technical and operational solutions have been developed and proposed to improve the efficiency of Ukrainian courts.

Mediation and friendly settlement in administrative proceedings: best European practices

September 6, 2019 | Judiciary , Justice
The beginning of autumn was marked by a great event for lawyers: the participants of the 5th South Ukrainian Forum discussed essential ways of functioning of the advocacy institute and practical aspects in the field of maritime law and international trade.

Mediation and friendly settlement in administrative proceedings: best European practices

September 6, 2019 | Judiciary , Justice
The beginning of autumn was marked by a great event for lawyers: the participants of the 5th South Ukrainian Forum discussed essential ways of functioning of the advocacy institute and practical aspects in the field of maritime law and international trade.

"A judge cannot make decisions based on expectations of the public or mass media", Anna Adamska-Gallant, international key expert on judiciary of EU Project Pravo-Justice

September 3, 2019 | Judiciary , Justice
Anna Adamska-Gallant is a former judge who has about 17 years of experience in criminal cases in all instances. In February 2013 – June 2018, she worked as an international judge in Kosovo on the most important cases, including war crimes, crimes against humanity, organized crime, and corruption crimes.

"A judge cannot make decisions based on expectations of the public or mass media", Anna Adamska-Gallant, international key expert on judiciary of EU Project Pravo-Justice

September 3, 2019 | Judiciary , Justice
Anna Adamska-Gallant is a former judge who has about 17 years of experience in criminal cases in all instances. In February 2013 – June 2018, she worked as an international judge in Kosovo on the most important cases, including war crimes, crimes against humanity, organized crime, and corruption crimes.

Reform of enforcement of court decisions to raise the trust of the foreign investors in doing business in Ukraine

September 2, 2019 | Judiciary , Justice
The Ukrainian Bar Association jointly with the EU Project Pravo-Justice and Mykolaiv Court of Appeal held a discussion on enforcement of national court decisions on August 30.

Reform of enforcement of court decisions to raise the trust of the foreign investors in doing business in Ukraine

September 2, 2019 | Judiciary , Justice
The Ukrainian Bar Association jointly with the EU Project Pravo-Justice and Mykolaiv Court of Appeal held a discussion on enforcement of national court decisions on August 30.

Experts analysed the process of implementation of the new version of the Code of Administrative Justice

August 30, 2019 | Judiciary , Justice
On August 28-30, a monitoring mission of the EU Project Pravo-Justice, in charge of analysing the process of implementation of the new version of the Code of Administrative Justice, paid a working visit to Dnipro.

Experts analysed the process of implementation of the new version of the Code of Administrative Justice

August 30, 2019 | Judiciary , Justice
On August 28-30, a monitoring mission of the EU Project Pravo-Justice, in charge of analysing the process of implementation of the new version of the Code of Administrative Justice, paid a working visit to Dnipro.

Learn how to write and produce powerful reports on justice and courts 

August 29, 2019 | E-justice , Judiciary , Justice , Probation , Property right protection
Reporting on court cases is a journalistic genre in itself. It consists not only in reporting the basic facts of a court case, but in dealing with the case in depth, telling a powerful story to the audience that goes beyond the sheer findings of a judgment and renders the complexity of human nature and psychology in what is matter of interest to all citizens: everyday justice.

Learn how to write and produce powerful reports on justice and courts 

August 29, 2019 | E-justice , Judiciary , Justice , Probation , Property right protection
Reporting on court cases is a journalistic genre in itself. It consists not only in reporting the basic facts of a court case, but in dealing with the case in depth, telling a powerful story to the audience that goes beyond the sheer findings of a judgment and renders the complexity of human nature and psychology in what is matter of interest to all citizens: everyday justice.