High School of Justice (Georgia)
Vision of the HSoJ
The High School of Justice is an effective and result-oriented, highly reputed educational institution, which ensures quality professional trainings for candidate judges, judges, assistants to judges and other court staff.
Mission of the HSoJ:
The Mission of the High School of Justice is to ensure the judiciary with highly qualified staff.
Values of the HSoJ:
- Human rights and the rule of law;
- Independence and impartiality;
- Devotion to the work.
Operational Principles of the HSoJ
- Transparency and accountability;
- Collegiality and team work;
- Constant care on training quality;
- Result-oriented work;
- Devotion to the ethical principles of the School.
The High School of Justice (HSoJ) was established in April of 2006. Its structure, organisation and operation is regulated by the Law of Georgia on the High School of Justice and the Statute of the School.
The main objective for establishing the HSoJ was to create a new, merit-based system of appointment of judges and to institutionalize trainings for sitting judges and other court staff.
The High School of Justice was established on the initiative and with the support of the Council of Europe, which itself means the existence of a strong institution of European model in Georgia for ensuring the judicial system with highly qualified personnel.See more