Members of the Committee on protection of advocates’ social rights took part in trainings organized with the support of ICJ
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On September 27-28th International Court of Justice (ICJ) together with the Bar Association of Tajikistan Republic held a training on a protection of advocates’ rights and guarantees of advocacy.
Special attention was dedicated to the organization, functioning and role of the Panel itself and the Committee on protection of advocates’ rights in protecting professional rights. Members of the Committee on protection of advocates’ rights in UNBA Leonid Skokin and Yevhen Miroshnikov served as trainers and shared best practices and recommendations on overcoming challenges, which occur in the work of bar self-government bodies in this area of activity.
About thirty lawyers from all the regions of Tajikistan took part in this training. For two days advocates were discussing effective usage of international mechanisms, international law and standards, relevant to the protection of advocates’ rights.
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