The international conference “Support for witnesses and crime victims: enhancement of Courts and NGOs cooperation” will take place in Vilnius on the 26th of February 2015
On 31st October 2014 the National Courts Administration (NCA) opened the Courts‘ exposition, where not only historical exhibits reflecting the changes of judicial system in different historical periods, but also the novelties of current judicial system are presented to the public. One of these novelties – the virtual courtroom will be accessible from any computer or phone this December.
Commemorating the day of the Constitution of the Republic of Lithuania and the European Day of Justice, the National Courts Administration on 31st October 2014 opens the Courts‘ exposition, where the exhibits, reflecting the changes of judicial system in different historical periods, will be presented. The visitors of the exposition will familiarize with the old workplace and modern virtual courtroom.
On 1 September, participants in the National Courts Administration project to design, build, finance and maintain a new court building in Vilnius presented three technical solutions. The following three companies are participating in the tender, named the “Development and Maintenance of the Infrastructure of Courts Operating in Vilnius”: UAB Partnerystės Projektai Du, UAB Pilies Projektai, and UAB Teikonta.
Reda Molienė, Director of the National Courts Administration and Professor Tomas Davulis, Dean of the Law Faculty of Vilnius University signed a cooperation agreement on the 27th of August. Striving to promote Law science and practice approach, expansion of Law knowledge, cooperation in helping to ensure the successful activity between judiciary and academic community, promote judge’s profession is enshrined by this agreement.
The third Lithuanian Moldovan legal forum in which representatives of the highest judicial and law enforcement institutions of Lithuania and Moldova participated, took place on 16 – 20 of July. Discussions on improvements, contemporary issues and challenges of the legal system of Lithuania and Moldova were held at the round table for two days.