The School of Magistrates, in collaboration with EURALIUS, organized a 3-days Retreat on elaborating curricula for chancellors of Prosecution Offices. The working group consisted of pedagogues and experts of the School of Magistrates, experts of EURALIUS, representatives of the High Prosecutorial Council, Heads of several Prosecution Offices, and acting chancellors of the Prosecution Offices. The modules that are being prepared will serve for the initial training programme of chancellors of prosecution offices and aim at transferring knowledge and skills in fulfilling with professionalism and efficiency the duties and responsibilities of the chancellors.
This morning the High Judicial Council and the High Court, in a partly live and partly online event, presented a Roadmap to High Court Functionality to the EU and US ambassador and a number of other interested embassies.
In the past years, EURALIUS experts have assisted the SoM in the important process of revision of initial training curricula. The revision of the curricula is considered pivotal for facing the challenges related to the increased number of candidate magistrates.
On 20 July 2020, EURALIUS in cooperation with the Italian Project AICS/CSM organized for the staff of the School of Magistrates an online training on ‘Smart Working’. Smart working is a fully flexible work
On 2 and 3 July 2020, EURALIUS organized online training for the Ministry of Justice of Albania on Leadership and Management Development.
During the training EURALIUS international expert Mr Arnie Skelton delivered a 3 half day presentations on practical suggestions for minimizing then dealing effectively with overload, time management and prioritizing, providing simple but effective tools that are easy to introduce, to reduce the pressure of work.
On 29 June 2020, the School of Magistrates in collaboration with EURALIUS, PAMECA and the Italian Project AICS/CSM organized an online training on Anti-Mafia Law and the new role of the court.
During the training, EURALIUS International Expert delivered a presentation on Anti-Mafia Law in light of the experience of Italian Supreme Court. While Expert from the Italian Project AICS/CSM delivered a presentation on practical case according to the Italian experience on the application of Anti-Mafia Law.
On 18 June 2020, EURALIUS V organized a webinar for judges interested in applying to the SPAK Court of First Instance.
"On Friday 12 June, the three judges of the High Court, Judge Sokol Sadushi, Judge Ervin Pupe and Judge Ilir Panda, met with a delegation of EURALIUS V, consisting of Mrs Agnes Berhard, Teamleader, and Mr Herman von Hebel, International Expert and Deputy Teamleader, in the premises of the High Court.
In view of COVID – 19 pandemics, EURALIUS in cooperation with the High Judicial Council, is assisting the courts with the implementation of videoconferencing tools with the aim to reduce the physical presence of litigants, lawyers, and court staff.
Following the practice established last year, on 8 and 9 June 2020, EURALIUS in cooperation with the School of Magistrates organized training sessions with eligible applicants to become candidate magistrates.
The training was organized in the new premises of the School and simultaneously online in order to comply with health safety standards currently in force due to Covid-19.
The first part of the training focused on the presentation of several aspects of the electronic assessment (Scantron test). In the second part, EURALIUS experts presented tips for a successful admission exam with examples from previous criminal law theses. The attendees showed high interest and actively participated in the discussions.
On 2 June 2020, the School of Magistrates in collaboration with EURALIUS, PAMECA and the Italian Project AICS/CSM organized an online training on Anti-Mafia Law.
On 14 and 15 May 2020 EURALIUS in collaboration with IRZ and the School of Magistrates organized two webinars with Authors and the Scientific Board on the E-Commentary.
On 19 May 2020, School of Magistrates in cooperation with EURALIUS and the Italian Project AICS/CSM organized an online training on ‘Inadmissibility of evidence in criminal proceedings: