The training methods of future judges and prosecutors, but also of the acting judges and prosecutors, within the National Institute of Justice were discussed in the frame of a meeting of the NIJ representatives with a group of judges from the People’s Republic of China.


On Friday, May 18, 2018, the candidates to the position of judge and prosecutor have participated to a session of discussions moderated by the American federal judges Dan Aaron Polster, judge, Northern District of Ohio, and Eduardo Robreno, senior judge, Eastern District of Pennsylvania.


On May 18, 2018, the American federal judges Eduardo Robreno and Dan Aaron Polster have visited the National Institute of Justice. The meeting was also attended by Shibani Malhotra, Senior Justice Advisor, Office of Criminal Justice Assistance and Partnership, Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs, US Department of State, also the representatives of the Criminal justice and law enforcement section of the US Embassy in the Republic of Moldova - Kevin Lanigan, Senior Justice Advisor and Radu Foltea, national legal counselor.


Today, May 15, 2018, the continuous training course on legal reasoning and judicial ethics takes place at the premises of the Supreme Court of Justice. The beneficiaries of the training sessions are the young judges from the Republic of Moldova, members of the resource group of future trainers of the National Institute of Justice.


On May 14, 2018, during a meeting at the Supreme Court of Justice an exchange of views on topical issues of the judicial system, with special emphasis on the evaluation, verification and selection process of judges took place.