Author: Judicial Academy
Location: Ečka
The teams from the Judicial Academy and the EU for Serbia – Support to the High Court of Cassation Project organized a two-day workshop in Ečka for the representatives of mediation info-services from two dozen of courts from the territory of entire Serbia.
 
 
Efficient work of Info-Services for Mediation in Courts - Source: Judicial Academy
During the first day of the workshop, the representatives of info-services presented the results of their work and good practice, and on the second day lectures on the following topics were given:
  • Organizing the work of an Info-Service
  • Procedures and forms used in Info-Services
  • Internal and external coordination
  • Promotion of the Info-Services for mediation

The lecturers on this training were: Nebojša Đuričić, the Second Basic Court judge, Sanja Kostić, a High Court judge in Niš, Milica Zlatković, an Appellate CourtJudge in Niš and Mirjana Golubović, Head of the Department for Specialized Knowledge and Skills at the Judicial Academy.

Author: Judicial Academy
Location: Niš

Within the project Supporting effective remedies and mutual legal assistance (SEMA), in the scope of the joint European Union/Council of Europe Horizontal Facility for Western Balkans and Turkey, implemented by the Council of Europe in cooperation with the Judicial Academy, a one-day seminar on the topic of Judgement writing at first-instance in misdemeanour matters was held in Niš on 28 March 2019.

Author: Judicial Academy
Location: Niš
Within the project Supporting effective remedies and mutual legal assistance (SEMA), in the scope of the joint European Union/Council of Europe Horizontal Facility for Western Balkans and Turkey, implemented by the Council of Europe in cooperation with the Judicial Academy, a one-day seminar on the topic of Judgement writing at first-instance in misdemeanour matters was held in Niš on 28 March 2019.
 
 
Drafting the first-instance judgements in misdemeanour matters - Source: Judicial Academy
The seminar was attended by judges of misdemeanour courts under the jurisdiction of the Niš Appellate Court.
The topics discussed at the seminar included:
  • Right to a fair trial and the right to a reasoned judicial decision;
  • Court judgement structure and method of conviction judgement writing at the first instance;
  • Method of acquittal judgement writing at the first instance and an order as another type of ruling in misdemeanour proceedings;
  • Structure of judgements and international standards;
  • Judgements of the European Court for Human Rights;
  • Guidelines for a well-structured judgment and judgement writing;
  • Proper citation of the European Court for Human Rights in judgements issued by national courts;
  • Practical exercises and application of the guidelines for practical use.

The lecturers on this seminar were: Snežana Andrejević, a judge (retired) of the Supreme Court of Cassation and an advisor to the Council of Europe; Biljana Gavrilović, an Appellate Court judge; Leonida Popović, the President of the Misdemeanour Appellate Court and Milan Marinović, the President of the Misdemeanour Court in Belgrade.

Author: Judicial Academy
Location: Novi Sad

On 27 February 2019, in Novi Sad, in the Appellate Court of Novi Sad, the Judicial Academy and the „EU for Serbia – Support to the Supreme Court of Cassation“ project provided the training for the judges, judicial associates, and the employees in the appellate courts. The purpose of the training was to train the judges and the employees in the appellate courts to efficiently and effectively use the electronic database on the case law.

Author: Judicial Academy
Location: Novi Sad
On 27 February 2019, in Novi Sad, in the Appellate Court of Novi Sad, the Judicial Academy and the „EU for Serbia – Support to the Supreme Court of Cassation“ project provided the training for the judges, judicial associates, and the employees in the appellate courts. The purpose of the training was to train the judges and the employees in the appellate courts to efficiently and effectively use the electronic database on the case law.
 
The presentation was held for the judges, judicial associates, and the employees in the Appellate Court in Novi Sad, in two shifts – one starting at 10:00 a.m. and the other at 13:00 hours in order to enable as many participants as possible to attend the training course.
The presentation of the electronic database on the case law and the methods of work was made by the ICT experts of the „EU for Serbia – Support to the Supreme Court of Cassation“ project - Dragan Obrenović, Senior ICT Expert, and Darko Mihajlović, Junior ICT Expert.
 
Author: Judicial Academy
Location: Novi Sad
On 14 March 2019, the Judicial Academy and the Project EU for Serbia - Support to the Supreme Court of Cassation organized at the Appelate Court in Novi Sad a training entitled Judicial Skills 2 – Case Management.
 
 
 
Judicial skills 2 – Case management - Source: Judicial Academy
The training was intended for judges of executive departmetns of the basic courts in the Novi Sad appelate jurisdiction, and the following topics were discussed on the occasion:
  • Backlog reduction and prevention
  • Data management – how to read the court statistics
  • Judge’s individual plan for baclog reduction

The lecturers on this training were Božidar Vujićić, the Judge of the Supreme Court of Cassation and Snežana Andrejević, the Judge (retired) of the Supreme Court of Cassation.

Author: Judicial Academy
Location: Niš
The Judicial Academy and the team of the EU for Serbia – Support to the High Court of Cassation Project organized the training on Judicial skills 2 – Case management at the Appellate Court in Niš on 29 March 2019.
 
 
Judicial skills 2 – Case management - Source: Judicial Academy
The training was attended by judges of basic courts in the jurisdiction of the Niš Appellate Court.
The topics that were discussed during this training included:
  • Resolving the backlog and the prevention of its reoccurrence;
  • Data management – how to read the court statistics;
  • Judge's individual plan for reducing the backlog.

The lecturer on this training was Snežana Andrejević, a judge (retired) of the Supreme Court of Cassation.

Author: Judicial Academy
Location: Belgrade

The Judicial Academy and the EU for Serbia – Support to the High Court of Cassation Project organized training on Judicial skills 2 – Case management for judges of Base Courts civil branches and for High Court judges in the first instance within the Belgrade Appellate Court. The training was spread over two days and was held on 9 May at Hotel Park in Belgrade and on 10 May at the Hotel Moskva in Belgrade.

Author: Judicial Academy
Location: Novi Sad
A training entitled Judicial Skills 2 – Case Management, organized by the Judicial Academy and the EU for Serbia – Support to the Supreme Court of Cassation project team was held at the Appellate Court building in Novi Sad on 16 April 2019.
 

 
Judicial Skills 2 – Case Management - Source: Judicial Academy

The training was attended by judges of criminal branches of the basic courts and judges in the first instance from criminal branches of high courts within the jurisdiction of the Novi Sad Appellate Court.

The objective of this training was to present the results of performance of the courts in 2018 regarding solving of the backlog and case management, with a view to plans for the forthcoming period, the requirements under Chapter 23 and CEPEJ reporting requirements.

Biljana Sinanović, a judge of the Supreme Court of Cassation spoke on this training about settling the backlog and how to prevent piling up of cases, as well as on data management and court statistics. Judge Sinanović also presented the methods for development of judge’s individual plan for settling the backlog.

 

 

 

Author: Judicial Academy
Location: Belgrade
The Judicial Academy and the EU for Serbia – Support to the High Court of Cassation Project organized training on Judicial skills 2 – Case management for judges of Base Courts civil branches and for High Court judges in the first instance within the Belgrade Appellate Court. The training was spread over two days and was held on 9 May at Hotel Park in Belgrade and on 10 May at the Hotel Moskva in Belgrade.
 
 
Judicial Skills 2 – Case Management - Source: Judicial Academy
The objective of the training was to present the results of the courts in 2018 regarding settling the backlog and prevention of its reoccurrence, in addition to presenting an individual plan for settling the backlog, with a view to plans for the forthcoming period, the requirements under Chapter 23 and the CEPEJ reporting requirements.
The lecturers on this training were Snežana Andrejević, a judge (retired) of the Supreme Court of Cassation and Zorica Smirčić, an Appellate Court judge in Belgrade.
Author: Judicial Academy
Location: Niš
The Judicial Academy and the EU for Serbia – Support to the High Court of Cassation Project organized training on Judicial skills 2 – Case management at the Appellate Court in Niš on 14 May 2019.
 
 

Judicial Skills 2 – Case Management - Source: Judicial Academy

The training was attended by judges, court presidents and judicial assistants within the Niš Appellate Court jurisdiction.
The topics discussed during this training included: setting the backlog and prevention of its reoccurrence, data management – how to read court statistics and judge’s individual plan for reducing the backlog.
The objective of the training was to present the results of the courts in 2018 regarding settling the backlog and handling the incoming cases, with an overview of plans for the forthcoming period, the requirements under Chapter 23 and the CEPEJ reporting requirements.
The lecturer on this training was Biljana Sinanović, a judge of the Supreme Court of Cassation.
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