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Bosnia and Herzegovina: Commercial Law Judicial Training


Bosnia and Herzegovina, 05 January 2018

Project Description:

The project (the "Project") aims at enhancing the capacity of judges in Bosnia and Herzegovina to deal with commercial law disputes. Specifically, the Project will focus on developing and delivering a package of commercial law judicial training modules for judges in Bosnia and Herzegovina, which will relate to (i) financial services consumer protection law; (ii) law on the protection of guarantees and (iii) Ombudsman in the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina. The Project follows the request of the Centre for Judicial and Prosecutorial Training of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina to provide technical assistance for training judges on commercial law matters.

Assignment Description

The Bank now intends to engage a consultant (the "Consultant") to develop and deliver commercial law judicial training modules for judges in Bosnia and Herzegovina, so as to enable them to deal more effectively and independently with the identified matters (the "Assignment").

The expected outcome of the Assignment is the enhanced knowledge of selected judges in Bosnia and Herzegovina on relevant matters.

The selected Consultant is expected to develop and provide training on the following modules:

  • financial services consumer protection law

  • law on the protection of guarantees

  • Ombudsman in the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina

The training is expected to incorporate the following activities:

  • Activity 1: Preparation of training module

  • Activity 2: Delivery of module on Financial Services Consumer Protection Law

  • Activity 3: Delivery of module on the Law on the Protection of Guarantees

  • Activity 4: Delivery of module on the Ombudsman in the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina

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