Uzbekistan: Development of judicial system
Uzbekistan has maintained the consistent work on modernization of all areas of its legal activity as a part of its prompt response to the challenges of the modern world.
The judicial system in the country is being developed and reformed. Courts in Uzbekistan plan to adopt the best practices of Kazakhstan, Russia, Turkey, United States, Germany and Japan. According to Kazakh experts, the move would allow Uzbekistan to improve its legal structure, improve efficiency and innovate the trainings of judges and qualified legal staffs.
TOLESH KAUDYROV, RECTOR, ACADEMY OF JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT OF KAZAKHSTAN
- This is a large conference with the participation of the world's leading experts in legal and judicial education. Kazakhstan also has something to present here. A constant process of searching for new ways of training judges is ongoing in Kazakhstan.
BAKHODIR ISMAILOV, SPOKESPERSON, CENTER FOR PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT OF LAWYERS OF UZBEKISTAN:
- It is impossible to be a specialist in all areas. There are drastic changes in the legal field due to time. New areas of law are being formed. There are legal institutions that previously didn’t exist. The approach is adapted to realities of our time. There are new types of threats and problems like cybercrime and information security. There are many areas which specialists had not been prepared for.