What and how will the lawyers learn, what representatives of the legal community need right now — find out answers to these questions in the conversation with Andrii Vyshnevskyi, Director of the Coordination Center for Legal Aid Provision.
“The programme will be really flexible and responsive to needs. It all started when we invited independent experts from the Canadian Bar Association to assess our needs. Based on this assessment, four directions were formed, in which four educational modules will be developed.
The first is how to work with the client, the second, how a lawyer should interact with colleagues, in particular, procedural opponents in court, the third one on how to communicate in the legal society, and the fourth, how a lawyer should build his relations with the public and media”, said Andrii Vyshnevskyi about the start of “Tomorrow’s Lawyer” initiative, to be implemented by the Ukrainian Bar Association and the NGO “All-Ukrainian Association of Lawyers Providing Free Legal Aid” with the support of Quality and Accessible Legal Aid in Ukraine Project.