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The management of judicial systems is a key element for strengthening reform processes. Beyond the establishment of codes and laws, this allows for the development of the principles and standards that these new reformed systems pursue from a public policy perspective.

Reformed systems should have management models and organizational processes that are appropriate given the principles that inspire these reforms on different levels (judicial government, administration and funding of the system, management of judicial offices, etc.). One particularly important element is having an organization and management systems based on hearing procedures. In this way, they should have case distribution tools for balancing workloads among teams of staff members, which should be comprised of staff selected based on the skills required for their specific function.



  • To gather information and experiences on various management models implemented in the region.
  • To promote a discussion of the importance of judicial management in the context of justice reforms.
  • To promote the exchange of experiences among the countries of the region.


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