Tbilisi, Georgia
Tbilisi, Georgia
Georgian Judges and JILEP’s Judicial Reform Advisor meet the First President of the Supreme Court of Poland
Georgian Judges and JILEP’s Judicial Reform Advisor meet the First President of the Supreme Court of Poland
Law students learning concepts in international sales law at NCCL Commercial Law Winter School
Law students learning concepts in international sales law at NCCL Commercial Law Winter School
Bennar Balkaya explains role of professional associations in establishing practice standards in international arbitration
Bennar Balkaya explains role of professional associations in establishing practice standards in international arbitration
Keti Vashakidze of EPF signs MoU between LAS and NGOs
Keti Vashakidze of EPF signs MoU between LAS and NGOs
Tbilisi, Georgia
Georgian Judges and JILEP’s Judicial Reform Advisor meet the First President of the Supreme Court of Poland
Law students learning concepts in international sales law at NCCL Commercial Law Winter School
Bennar Balkaya explains role of professional associations in establishing practice standards in international arbitration
Keti Vashakidze of EPF signs MoU between LAS and NGOs

The Judicial Independence and Legal Empowerment Project (JILEP) in Georgia

2010-2015

The East-West Management Institute (EWMI) is implementing the Judicial Independence and Legal Empowerment Project (JILEP) in Georgia, a four-year initiative funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). JILEP is structured around four components: (1) Strengthening judicial independence, accountability, and professionalism; (2) Strengthening the institutional capacity of legal professional associations, legal rights NGOs, and the state legal aid system; (3) Improving the quality of legal education; and (4) Developing commercial law and improving commercial law related practice, including strengthening the use of alternative dispute resolution (ADR).

EWMI’s partners in implementing JILEP include the Eurasia Partnership Foundation (EPF), the Georgian Young Lawyers Association (GYLA), Transparency International – Georgia, The Global Network for Public Interest Law (PILnet, formerly know as PILI), the International Senior Lawyers Project (ISLP), Justitia (the Judges Association of Poland), the Center for Advancing Legal Skills (CFALS) in Lublin, Poland, the Washburn University School of Law, and the South Texas College of Law.