The Center carries out training activities in accordance with state requirements developed in accordance with the legislation of the Republic of Uzbekistan, the needs of time, the processes of modernization of the state and society, developments of the judicial system, political, social, economic and legal reforms, processes of modernization of state and public life, and international standards and international best practices of developed countries.
In accordance with the state requirements, the contingent of trainees of the Lawyers’ Training Center comprises:
legal counsel of government and legal departments of other institutions, regardless of ownership;
officers of ministries, institutions, organizations and government bodies;
The structure of state bodies responsible for retraining and continuing education of lawyers at the Center:
Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Uzbekistan;
The Lawyers’ Training Center under the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Uzbekistan.
Requesting organizations: officers of justice bodies and bar, state and local governments, other institutions and organizations regardless of ownership.
Retraining - the period of retraining of lawyers is at least 8 weeks long (288 hours).
Continuing education - the period of continuing education of lawyers is at least 2 weeks long (72 hours) and is carried out off-job.
In order to successfully implement law enforcement practice on pressing issues of judicial and legal reforms and novelties in legislation, upon the request of a requesting organization short-term continuing education courses can be organized.
Requirements for retraining and continuing education of trainees taking courses at the Center:
The national program of raising legal culture in the society sets a number of requirements that a modern lawyer must meet which form the basic requirements that provide the necessary and sufficient level of legal training for a legal specialist:
the ability to adhere to supremacy of human and civil rights and freedoms enshrined in the Constitution and laws;
the ability to interpret legal norms correctly and apply them in an equitable manner;
possession of skills required by legal culture and legal education;
possession of other personal qualities that ensure fair resolution of cases in the legal process;
the ability to evaluate legal issues impartially.