Within the project “Meet the Employer”, organized by Faculty of Law and International Relations of Georgian Technical University, the Chairman of the Supreme Court of Georgia Nino Gvenetadze met with the students in the central library of Technical University.
The event was opened by the Rector of Georgian Technical University Academician Archil Prangishvili. He underlined the interdisciplinary projects such as engineering law, space law and business law, which were initiated by the faculty. The Rector emphasized the introduction of multidisciplinary programs and novelties.
The professor of Max Planck University Eliso Tsiklauri, Speaker of the Representative Council of GTU Professor Jemal Gakhokidze, the dean of Faculty of Law and International Relations of Georgian Technical University Professor Irakli Gabisonia Faculty, professors, teachers and students attended the meeting.
The Chairman of the Supreme Court of Georgia, Professor Nino Gvenetadze presented the report to the audience and she expressed her thanks to University management for invitation.
The Chairman of the Supreme Court Nino Gvenetadze spoke about fundamental aspects of the four-year strategy of court system. She underlined some issues: reforms implemented in the judiciary system, the challenges of the court and some problems of proceedings. Professor of Max Planck University Eliko Tsiklauri-Lamiq greeted the audience and highlighted the possibility of Georgian Technical University to create and formulate interdisciplinary programs. The Chairman also talked about the creation of the “New Technologies and Legal Forecasting Center”, which would help to forecast Modern Technologies.
After reviewing the activities of the court, Nino Gvenetadze answered the questions of the students, who have expressed a number of interesting and problematic opinions. The guest also gave practical recommendations to students and wished them success.
The dean of Faculty of Law and International Relations of Georgian Technical University Professor Irakli Gabisonia presented the following manuals: “Investigation Law”, “Prosecutorial Law” and “Comments of the Code of Juvenile Justice Code” to Chairman of the Supreme Court of Georgia.
Chairman of the Supreme Court gifted manuals and brochures issued by the Supreme Court, to GTU library. The meeting was summarized by the Rector Academician Archil Prangishvili.