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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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HOME > NEWS > Council of Bars and Law Societies of Europe (CCBE) named Zaza Khatiashvili as the human rights’ defender of the year.

Council of Bars and Law Societies of Europe (CCBE) named Zaza Khatiashvili as the human rights’ defender of the year.

In Brussels, with the majority of votes, the Human Rights’ Committee of CCBE named Zaza Khatiashvili as the owner of the very honorary award for human Rights of the 2017 year. The official ceremonial of the award will be held in November, at the CCBE plenary session.

 

The award ceremonial takes place once a year and it goes to the person for special contribution to the protection of human rights’ and freedoms’ principles, as well as to the lawyers’ institutional development.

 

Council of Bars and Law Societies of Europe (CCBE) unifies   32 member bars, 13 associate and observer bars and law societies, accordingly more than one million lawyers. CCBE represents European bars and law societies before European and international institutions, which fights across the Europe to strengthen the role of advocates, to maintain the independence of lawyers’ organizations and to achieve the independent and high quality justice.