The Role of Judicial Associations for an Independent and Accountable Judiciary
On July 6, the online discussion: The Role of Judicial Associations for an Independent and Accountable Judiciary was organized by the Group of Independent lawyers (GIL), Democracy Index - Georgia (DIG) and the International Network of Judicial Reformers (INJR), with the support of the USAID Rule of Law Program.
Speakers from Italy and Poland discussed the Judicial Associations and their impacts on Judicial Independence and accountability from a European Perspective, also introduced us to the experiences of their countries around the topic of discussion.
Madona Maisuradze - Judge of the Criminal Court of Rustavi City/Georgia.
Simone Benvenuti - Associate Professor of Comparative Public Law, Department of Law of University Roma Tre.
Jan Olszanowski, Assistant professor - Department of Administrative and Administrative Judicial Procedure, University of Poznań / Judge in district court Poznań.
Silvio Roberto Vinceti, Researcher of Comparative Constitutional Law, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia.