Disciplinary guidelines on protection of legal rights and interests of Private Enforcement Officers

13 October 2020

In this booklet you will learn how to protect your interests during a scheduled or unscheduled inspection of the Ministry of Justice, how to prepare for a meeting of the Disciplinary Commission and what to do in case of a negative conclusion.

Bankruptcy in Ukraine. Gap analysis

13 October 2020

The Bankruptcy Code has been adopted and came into force from October 21st, 2019. The present text is based on the legal status at the time of entry into force. Subsequent amendments or texts in the legislative process have only been taken into account where this is explicitly indicated.

Analysis of the current stage of implementation of the Unified Judicial Information and Telecommunication System (UJITS)

16 September 2020

The adoption of the new draft of the Law of Ukraine “On the Judiciary and the Status of Judges” in 2016 conditioned the emergence of a new element in the judicial system – the Unified Judicial Information (Automated) System, which from the moment in becomes operational should be called the Unified Judicial Information and Telecommunication System (UJITS).

Mediation Gap Analysis Report

14 September 2020

Mediation has existed in Ukraine for over 20 years, but to date it has not become widespread and has not become part of the dispute settlement culture. Over the past five years, the situation has greatly improved, as the state was aware of the need to develop this area in the context of ensuring its commitments to ensure access to justice, increase investment attractiveness of Ukraine, and help relieve social tensions in society. T

Handbook Model Court Initiative "Personal security of judges and court staff" (UKR)

7 September 2020

This Brochure is addressed to judges and court staff who are not responsible for security matters but need to know how the court security system is set up and operates and how to deal with emergencies. The brochure aims to raise awareness of security issues in general, as well as to encourage daily activities based on personal safety considerations. Existing security procedures and measures do not make sense if they are not known or followed which is why it is important for judges and court staff to understand that they are members of the security system, not just beneficiaries.