Foreign experts share modern teaching methods with specialists of Higher School of Judges
Tashkent, Uzbekistan (UzDaily.com) -- Higher School of Judges at the Supreme Judicial Council of the Republic of Uzbekistan hosted a workshop on “Modern teaching methods”.
Local experts and representatives of the United States judicial system attended the event, organized with the support of the international non-governmental organization Regional Dialogue (Slovenia).
The trainers shared their experience in training candidates for the position of judges, professional development of judges and court staff.
It was noted that a group of Uzbekistan professors and teachers is expected to visit the United States to study the judicial process.
Jim Chans, a senior lawyer in education at the Federal Judicial Center of the United States, said that the two-week program of judicial training differs depending on the specialization of the judge. In particular, special training programs have been developed for newly appointed judges of district courts, for bankruptcy judges, for judges of appeal courts, and also for magistrates judges. The curriculum includes courses in law, but also courses on the development and development of leadership skills, on ethics and management (judicial system). In addition, the Center organizes seminars, trainings and various events to solve various topical issues.
The Federal Judicial Center also has online and online courses. The center also has an electronic database and an electronic library.
Foreign experts recommended that the representatives of the Judicial School follow the specific principles of curriculum development.