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Legal tip 229. Spanish Justice the latest in fashion
10 February 2010 @ 11:11

The Justice Department will train 13,000  staff in the new model of judicial organization, as envisaged in the "Strategic Plan for Modernization of the Justice System 2009-2012".

Yesterday, it began a course to train 81 staff of the bodies of Judicial and Administrative Procedures and Management and Legal Aid, who will become trainers of their colleagues. It is the greatest formation action in the history of the Justice Department in Spain.  

This training course for officials will be supplemented with other for clerks starting on the next  February, the 15th.

Yes, we are getting there!

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ads said:
10 February 2010 @ 10:55

YEAY! Modernisation of the Justice System!
Does this mean that they will be finally committing extra manpower resource to deal with the ever growing backlog of court cases in Spain Maria? I hope so!
Might this also provide some well needed jobs to offset the worrying unemployment statistics, or will these jobs be filled by existing staff from other areas of local government?
I wonder how long this will take to filter through and eradicate the crippling delays within the court system?
Any ideas?

Russ W said:
10 February 2010 @ 11:24

In my opinion, the best reform would be to have judges that are not geographically linked to a certain area and make them more impartial.

Maria said:
10 February 2010 @ 11:56

Excellent point, Russ W.
I have always thought that psyco-tests would be necessary for entering into the judicial proffession. Lots of sense of justice, risponsability and balance is needed.

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