Internship Program organized by the Academy of Justice for the candidates of the School of Magistrates of France in the judicial institutions of Kosovo

Today, the Executive Director of the Academy of Justice Mr. Enver Fejzullahu, hosted the two trainee judges from the School of Magistrates of France (... More

Module: Special procedures under the Criminal Procedure Code; Third session: Procedure for issuing a punitive order

On February 13, 2024, the Academy of Justice, within the Initial Training Program, for the newly appointed prosecutors of the tenth generation, is car... More

Module: Professional Ethics and disciplinary responsibility; Session four: Disciplinary procedure for judges

On February 13, 2024, the Academy of Justice within the Initial Training Program of the Initial Program, for the newly appointed judges of the elevent... More

Module – Rules of communication; Second session: Basics and types of communication

On February 13, 2024, within the framework of the Initial Training Program of the Academy of Justice, for the newly appointed judges of the eleventh g... More

Module: Initial hearing and the main hearing; Session 4: Court hearing

On February 13, 2024, the Academy of Justice within the Initial Training Program for the newly appointed prosecutors of the ninth generation, is carry... More

Refresher Training for Mediators

The Academy of Justice from February 9, 2024 started organizing refresher trainings for licensed mediators, according to the cooperation agreement bet... More

TRAINING

The importance of the continuous training for judges and prosecutors in regards to the effective law enforcement is now undisputed in all countries of the world and particularly this is emphasized by the European Parliament and the Stockholm Program (2008-2010). The Continuous Training Program (CTV) includes the training of judges and prosecutors, in meeting the needs and expectations for a professional, ethical, impartial and independent judicial and prosecutorial system. From the point of view of the judiciary in Kosovo, the factors that determine the need for continuous training are: the updating of the legal infrastructure followed by many new laws, the lack of commentaries, the need for a unified case-law, the reforms in the organizational structure of courts and prosecution offices. In support of this need, are also the developments of the international legislation, the need and the perspective for integrations and the obligation for the international legal cooperation. AJ organizes the continuous training since its establishment by constantly developing the organizational capacities and the training methodology. Based on the so far experience, a continuous advancement culture of the program structure and of the implementation of the training methodology has been achieved. Head of the Continuous Training Program is: Ms.Melihate Rama E-mail: melihate.rama@rks-gov.net Tel: 038 200 18 667 Read more

The Academy of Justice, within its mandate, organizes initial training for newly appointed judges and prosecutors. The purpose of this program lies in the development of professional competences, ethical and interpersonal values of newly appointed judges and prosecutors. Judicial training is essential in the functioning of a professional judicial and prosecutorial system, and in particular, the training of newly appointed judges and prosecutors is considered one of the key factors in guaranteeing the independence, impartiality and professional and ethical competence of the judiciary. The training program lasts 12 months and is organized according to this structure: a combined model of theory and practice that includes all branches of law and local laws, Acuquis Communautarie, the European Convention on Human Rights and other international acts also include interdisciplinary training and examination of cases from judicial practice and simulations. While the second part, the practical training takes place in the courts/prosecutors where they are appointed and includes the practical aspects of the work of the judge/prosecutor where it focuses on the development of practical skills with the aim of applying them after the end of the training. The Law Academy, during 2022, is carrying out the initial training program for the eighth generation of judges, which is being followed by 24 newly appointed judges. Read more

E-Learning

The e-learning of the Academy of Justice

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Library

E-library is a new electronic database as an accessible resource in AD.

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EJTN

European Judicial Training Network

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Akademia e Drejtësisë

Network of AJ Friends

Civil society in Kosovo has an important role in monitoring and raising awareness in justice issues. A strong partnership between the Academy of Justice and civil society is essential in promoting good practices for judges, prosecutors and support staff in matters related to human rights, corruption, organized crime, domestic violence and especially access to justice. In support of this role, the Academy of Justice signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Non-governmental Organizations through which it is intended to use the experience and capacities of all parties in the promotion of best practices in the service of the Kosovo judiciary and prosecution. More

NOTICES

Notice for selection of the Executive Director of the Academy of Justice

20-10-2017

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PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENTS

Announcement for Train-the-Trainer Programme for Notaries, Private Enforcement Agents, Mediators and Bankruptcy Administrators

20-12-2017

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JOB VACANCIES

Notice for selection of the Executive Director of the Academy of Justice

20-10-2017

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