FGV holds debate on citizens’ evaluation of justice system  

The event, made up of two panel discussions, will be opened by Justice Luis Felipe Salomão of the Superior Court of Appeals, who coordinates the center in question
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22 四月 2021
FGV holds debate on citizens’ evaluation of justice system  

How can we evaluate the justice system compared to other public services and policies? That is the aim of a webinar called “Evaluation of the Justice System: Citizens’ Vision.” The event, to take place on April 26, from 10 am to midday, will be held by FGV Knowledge’s Center for Judiciary Innovation, Administration and Research. It will look at the topic from a national perspective. The event, made up of two panel discussions, will be opened by Justice Luis Felipe Salomão of the Superior Court of Appeals, who coordinates the center in question.

The first panel discussion, “How to evaluate the justice system? Evolutionary waves, accessibility and quality, will present a modern vision of accessibility and quality, existing means and relevant indicators to assess and improve the justice system, among other subjects. The speakers will be Professor Maria Tereza Sadek of the University of Sao Paulo’s Politics Department and Kazuo Watanabe, a retired judge of the Sao Paulo State Court of Appeals and professor of law at the University of Sao Paulo. The moderator will be Juliana Loss, a researcher and the executive coordinator of the FGV Knowledge’s Center for Judiciary Innovation, Administration and Research.

The second panel discussion is called “What is and what should be the weight of citizens’ perception among evaluation indicators?” It will look in depth at existing indicators and ways to evaluate the justice system in Brazil, as well as citizens’ and justice system users’ active role in evaluation methods. The speakers will be Professor Luciana Gross of FGV’s Sao Paulo Law School and Professor Rudi Rocha of FGV’s Sao Paulo School of Business Administration. The moderator will be Carlos Augusto Costa, the deputy director of FGV Knowledge and a researcher at FGV Knowledge’s Center for Judiciary Innovation, Administration and Research.

The final remarks will be given by Judge Elton Leme of the Rio de Janeiro State Court of Appeals, who is the deputy coordinator of FGV Knowledge’s Center for Judiciary Innovation, Administration and Research.

For more information and to sign up, click here.

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