The EU-funded Project “Support to Justice Sector Reforms in Ukraine” aims to support consolidated justice sector-wide reforms in Ukraine
12 October 2017

111 candidates to be appointed as new Supreme Court Judges soon

One hundred eleven new Supreme Court judges, whose candidatures were submitted on October 11 for approval by the High Council of Justice to the President of Ukraine, are expected to be appointed. The President will have to sign a decree to formalize the appointment.The future judges were... Read More
12 October 2017

EU Project strengthens cooperation with Notary Chamber of Ukraine

Today, on October 12, 2017, the EU Project office hosted the meeting between the Project experts–representatives of the Center of Registers of Lithuania – and the President of the Notary Chamber of Ukraine Volodymyr Marchenko. The meeting was dedicated to the discussion of further... Read More
20 September 2017

The results of The first competition to the Supreme Court were discussed in Kharkiv and Dnipro

During the past two days, the results of the first competition to the Supreme Court were discussed in Kharkiv and Dnipro.Such regional meetings have been a continuation of the important educational work of active lawyers, academics and international organizations on an important stage of... Read More
11 September 2017

Lessons Learned and Road Ahead after the Supreme Court Competition were Discussed in Odessa

On 7-8 September 2017 the EU Project "Support to Justice Sector Reforms in Ukraine", together with the Ukrainian Bar Association, held a series of round tables dedicated to the results of the selection of judges to the new Supreme Court. The events were attended, among others, by Reda Moliene,... Read More
07 September 2017

First ever in Ukraine a case was closed by the private enforcement officer

First ever in Ukraine, a private enforcement officer (PEO), Oleh Milotskyi, closed a case by collecting UAH 141,000 (EUR 4,600) of debt in the interest of legitimate creditor awarded that amount by a court. Mr Milotskyi used to be a state enforcement officer. Earlier this year he successfully... Read More