Building Judicial Integrity in Tunisia

By Judge Ivana Hrdličková

In March 2012, the CEELI Institute began participating in an important and exciting project to train Tunisian judges. Funded by the Swedish International Legal Assistance Consortium (ILAC), the project, “Judging in a Democratic Society,” aims to conduct training courses in judicial independence, judicial ethics, and court administration, over an 18-month period. Joel Martin, the Institute’s Director for Special Projects, leads a diverse faculty selected by experienced judges and lawyers from the U.S. and a number of post-revolutionary countries, including the Czech Republic.

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