Ilia State University became the winner of the National Moot Court Competition in Jury Trial. The final competition took place between the teams of Ilia State University and Kutaisi Akaki Tsereteli State University.
The Georgia Bar Association (GBA) proudly presented a comprehensive two-year project on January 25, 2024. This initiative supported by the USAID Rule of Law Program is designed to strengthen the legal profession and justice system in Georgia, focusing on continuous legal education, bench-bar collaborations, and significant events at both local and regional levels. Key components of the project include support to GBA’s Ethics Commission and the development of a concept for establishing pro-...
During the discussion, David Asatiani emphasized the crucial importance of granting Georgia the status of a candidate for the European Union membership. He underscored that closer ties with the EU would play a pivotal role in helping the country establish a robust and high-quality justice system.
Within the framework of the National Championship of Jury Moot Court, on December 2-3, trainings for students participating in the championship were held at Telavi Jacob Gogebashvili State University, Caucasus University, Caucasus International University, National University of Georgia (SEU) and Sulkhan Saba Orbeliani University.
Within the framework of the visit of the Georgian Bar Association delegation to the United States of America, the chairman of the association, Davit Asatiani and the executive director, Giorgi Chekhan, held important meetings with the head of the Miami-Dade Public Advocate's Office, a member of the Florida State Bar Association's governing board, the head of the Florida Association of Criminal Lawyers and the Miami-Dade Bar Association. with representatives of the association.
With the support and organization of the Embassy of the United States of America, under the leadership of the chairman of the Georgian Bar Association, Davit Asatiani, the second study visit of Georgian lawyers was held in the United States of America on issues of judicial skills of jurors.