Project Title: Analyzing Judges' Professional Education System in Georgia
Donor Organization: East West Management Institute (EWMI)/Promoting Rule of Law in Georgia (PROLoG)
Partner Organization: International Society for Fair Elections and Democracy (ISFED)
Project Number: G-1503-18-211-3024-20
Project Budget: 40,515 USD
Project Duration: 15 February, 2018 – 15 November, 2018
This project aims to critically analyze procedural and institutional guarantees of High School of Justice of Georgia (HSOJ) and initial stages of judicial education system to reveal main existing challenges for proper functioning of the HSOJ and draw relevant conclusions and recommendations based on thorough research and analysis.
- Comprehensive analysis of the current legislation and identifying gaps;
- Comprehensive analysis of curricula of HSOJ;
- Assessment of HSOJ’s training system, compulsory internships, and their relevance;
- Presentation of the project findings, recommendations and relevant advocacy.
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