18 May 2020 (online)
Our second seminar dedicated to an English-speaking audience took place on May 18 at 17:30 CET on “Impact of COVID-19 on the access to justice – a general overview of the situation in various countries throughout the world”.
During the seminar four issues were discussed:
– Pre-trial isolation and the right to defense. Access to a lawyer for detainees, suspects, and accused persons deprived of liberty in investigation and judicial proceedings. Do the justice bodies respect demanded legal standards and do everything work well?
– Victims of domestic violence and their rights in the context of access to justice – existing legal standards and current practice (experiences of lawyers).
– Legal privilege in COVID-19 pandemic times – a value in serious danger?
– Closer or more distant justice? Pros and cons of application of new technologies in access to justice.
The panel moderator was Ph. D. Piotr Chrzczonowicz, attorney and law and academic from Poland; speakers:
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