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Teresa Romer Fund

 

In order to further both institution and democracy in Poland the Rule of Law Institute has made the decision to establish the Teresa Romer Fund for Justice. It is being established to honor the work of Justice Romer and to provide a mechanism for fundraising for projects that support the rule of law and judicial independence in Poland. Judicial training, public interest law fellowship, public education and legal assistance to vulnerable individuals are among the areas the Fund will target.

We encourage you to support the Fund.

Goals:

  • Promote and support efforts to protect and enhance the rule of law
  • Support judicial independence, judicial training and development
  • Recognize and support individuals and institutions working for the protection of the rule of law
  • Provide expertise and promote innovative solutions designed to support the Polish legal system
  • Promote public interest law as an important legal career in Poland and to enhance public interest law’s role in civil society

SUPPORT:

Bank account:
Fundacja Instytut na rzecz Państwa Prawa

PL 02 1240 2382 1111 0000 3926 3173

Title: TERESA ROMER FUND
SWIFT: PKOP PL PW
(Bank Pekao SA III O/Lublin)

 

TERESA ROMER
GOALS
BROCHURE
TERESA ROMER

graduated from the Faculty of Law at the University of Warsaw. She has worked her entire career as a Judge in Poland. In 1990 she was appointed as a Supreme Court Justice and served as President of the Labor and Social Insurance Division. Since 2002 she has served as a senior judge on the Court.

She is a Founder and the first President of the Polish Association of Judges IUSTITIA (1990-2008). In the years 1997-2002 she was the Vice–President of MEDEL (European Association of Judges and Public Prosecutors).

She was a Council of Europe expert, a member of the American Bar Association CEELI Advisory Board. She specialized in labor law, social insurance, public affairs and judicial ethics. She served as a lecturer at the University of Warsaw (post graduate studies) and Warsaw University of Technology, teacher of social rights at Human Rights School (Helsinki Foundation). She is an author of numerous articles, books and commentaries about judicial ethics, labour law, social insurance, proceedings in labour and social insurance law, human rights. In the years 2004-2009 she was a member of the Refugee Board. Since 2009, Teresa Romer has been a member of the Council and Chair of the Program Council of the Rule of Law Institute Foundation.

GOALS
  • Promote and support efforts to protect and enhance the rule of law
  • Support judicial independence, judicial training and development
  • Recognize and support individuals and institutions working for the protection of the rule of law
  • Provide expertise and promote innovative solutions designed to support the Polish legal system
  • Promote public interest law as an important legal career in Poland and to enhance public interest law’s role in civil society
BROCHURE

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