Today, at 11am, a summary meeting of the joint project "Law School in Enforcement Law" was held at NBE office. The Meeting was followed by Memorandum on the ELSA students taking practical courses at NBE. National Bureau of Enforcement of Georgia was hosting 5-day Project initiated by ELSA on 22-27 April...
On 25-26 April, Georgia hosted the session of UIHJ permanent council. The Session was attended by the representatives of the Union states like the US, France, Sweden, Holland, Spain, Portugal, Canada, Belgium, Germany, etc.
Today, on 24 April, the closing conference of the EU Project BESTT was held at Courtyard Marriott hotel. The First Deputy Minister of Justice Mr David Jandieri and the EU Representatives in Georgia were amongst the invitees. Members of the Committee of International Union of Judicial Officers, representatives of public institutions and NBE officers actively involved in Project activities also attended the Conference.
Today, on 22 April, a book titled "Review of Georgian Enforcement System" was presented at Tbilisi State University. The Publication is financed by EU. It is aimed at students and lawyers, also any interested individual...
On 22-27 April, National Bureau of Enforcement of Georgia will host the ELSA-initiated (European Law Student Association) 5-day Project - "Law School in Law on Enforcement Proceedings". Students of Law faculty and post-graduates will participate in the Project. The NBE officers will be the trainers at Law School.
Between the 18th - 22nd of March a group consisting of staff from NBE and SEA visited UK and three different organisations i London and Birmingham. The study visit was part of the SIDA-financed partnership project between the NBE and the SEA.
Dear Customers, we are pleased to inform you that the hotline of NBE of Georgia will be 2 749 649 instead of 2 405 405 - hotline of the House of Justice.
On 28 February, NBE of Georgia hold a media-seminar in Telavi House of Justice with the support of EU twinning project BESTT. The Seminar targeted at familiarizing Georgian media with all the key service lines and the innovative reforms that the Bureau has recently conducted.