The role of the trainer and adult training techniques, how a course is designed and delivered, the alternation of learning techniques and methods, the evaluation of training through the Kirkpatrick model and many other topics were covered within the module ”Effective communication with litigants”. The activity is part of the autumn school for the training of trainers in the field of developing the communication skills of the court staff.


In the context of promoting the dialogue and interprofessional synergy, the National Institute of Justice and the American Bar Association Rule of Law Initiative (ABA ROLI) organize, between September 26-29, 2022, two trainings with the theme of „ Techniques for presenting the case in court” and „Argumentation and legal writing”. These are being held as part of the Young Legal Professionals Program, following the model of training courses at the National Institute of Trial Advocacy (NITA) in the US.


During September 26-29, 2022, at the National Institute of Justice is held a continuous training “Financial investigation techniques”.


In order to raise awareness of the current diversity of ethical concepts and their influence on the law interpretation and the assessment of facts, trainers of the National Institute of Justice attended the seminar "Ethics and judgecraft - the art of being a judge".


Recently, the National Institute of Justice from the Republic of Moldova and the National School of Judges and Prosecutors from the Republic of Poland signed a Collaboration Agreement. The document, signed by the directors of the two institutions – Ecaterina Popa and Darius Pawlyscze establishes a general framework for cooperation in order to achieve the following objectives: organizing training activities in areas of common interest and promoting a quality training of professionals in the legal sector, according to identified needs.