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  • Condolences in regards to passing away of Ms. Lucy Dupong

    On behalf of Georgian Bar Association I would like to extend our deepest sympathy and heartfelt condolences on the passing of Mrs. Lucy Dupong.

    She was indeed an extraordinary, kindhearted, benevolent person and outstanding professional.  Mrs. Dupong demise is an immeasurable loss, her contributions to the legal profession will not be easily forgotten. She will be sorely missed.

    During this difficult and challenging times we pay heartfelt homage to the departed soul. Our hearts go out to her family, as well as to her friends and her colleagues.

    Once again with a tremendously heavy heart and respect we send our sincere condolences to Mrs. Dupong family.

     

     

    My sincere condolences.

     

     

    Zaza Khatiashvili

    Chairman of Georgian Bar Association

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GeorgianBarAssociationSetsPrioritiesfor 2017-2018

Members of the Georgian Bar Association (GBA) discussed key priorities in 2017-2018 at a working meeting in Lopota on 27-28 July.

Zaza Khatiashvili, Chair of the Georgian Bar Association, addressed the participants of an event, which brought together Georgian lawyers and representatives of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and European Union.

The discussion at the meeting evolved around the major directions of the GBA strategy for 2014-2018 and specific tasks in 2017-2018. The GBA members discussed challenges and prospects of Georgian lawyers, including for the rights’ protection, ethical standards, professional development and education. They paid particular attention to the issues related toinstitutional development and financial sustainability of Georgian Bar Association.   

The discussion was supported by UNDP under the EU-funded UN Joint Programme Enhancing Access to Justice and Development of a Child-Friendly Justice System in Georgia.