In an effort to continue to expand the perspective on the role of attorneys in the region in regard to access to justiceRead More
JSCA mission is to support the countries of the region in their justice reform processes.Read More
On Friday, the Justice Studies Center of the Americas (JSCA) will present the publication “Indigenous justice and ordiRead More
The Justice Studies Center of the Americas (JSCA) and the Magistrate’s Council of the Autonomous City of Buenos AiresRead More
Delia de Castro, Public Prosecution Service, Panama
The publication “Adversarial Criminal Justice in Latin America” is important for the legal community and the general public because it outlines the progress that has been made through the new system, which affects or benefits all of us.
Watch Delia’s testimony here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dxhy30qw_fk
I was fortunate to complete the Certificate Program in Oral Criminal Litigation. It was an incredible experience. The program focuses on litigation strategies as an independent subject area and allows participants to apply them to practice cases.
Learn more about Andrés’ experience here:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MeX0ASdrnVAAndrés Ojeda, Defense Attorney (Uruguay)
I had the opportunity to complete a JSCA research internship in Canada in 2019. The Center’s staff was very attentive and supportive. It was a wonderful and very rewarding experience.
Learning about Canada contributed a great deal to the project and enriched my research. Congratulations to JSCA on its 20th anniversary, and congratulations to everyone who is part of this story!Larissa Pochmann da Silva, Osgoode (Canada) Internship Recipient (2019)