On Thursday, November 11, 2021, the Director of the National Institute of Justice, Diana Scobioala, moderated the Session 4: levels and assessment of risk in the context of HIV exposure and other offenses. The debates took place during the third edition of the Eastern Europe and Central Asia (EECA) Regional Forum of Judges’ Forum on HIV and Human Rights, which takes place today and tomorrow, November 11-12, 2021, in regime of video conference.


A session of questions and answers were discussed at the meeting of the NIJ Director, Diana Scobioala, with the young lawyers, graduates of the LEAD Moldova Program. Which are the qualities of a leader, what negotiations and concessions have been made by leadership of an institution that trains future judges and prosecutors, the new capacity of judge at the European Court of Human Rights were among the topics addressed on Monday evening, November 8 2021, at the National Institute of Justice.






Starting today, October 18, 2021, the 35 trainees who successfully passed the entrance exams will study for 18 months at the National Institute of Justice.


The establishment of long-term trilateral relations and the improvement of the judicial training process, especially in the electoral segment, is the aim of a new Collaboration Agreement signed today, October 12, 2021, by the Director of the National Institute of Justice, Diana Scobioala, the President of the Central Electoral Commission, Angelica Caraman, and the Director of the Continuous Electoral Training Center, Doina Bordeianu.


Diana Scobioala, Director of the National Institute of Justice (NIJ), and Vitalie Sili, Rector of the National Institute of Intelligence and Security „Bogdan, Întemeietorul Moldovei” (NIIS), have signed today, October 11, 2021, an agreement that establishes a series of commitments of collaboration and mutual assistance in promoting quality training.


74 professionals of the national legal system registered to the HELP pilot course "Ethics for judges, prosecutors and lawyers", launched today, September 14, 2021, online, with the participation of beneficiaries of the National Institute of Justice.


At the National Institute of Justice, the admission of 2021 continues by conducting exams for those wishing to become NIJ trainees. And this year, the session is carried out in two stages: the electronic written test, consisting of the psychological test and the specialty test, and the oral test.