6.5. Open Meeting of the Ministers of Justice: Digital Form of Justice in the New Era

Wednesday, May 19
16:00 - 17:30

Channel 1
BROADCAST
Open Access Live Stream

Track: 6. International Law. International Justice
Meeting of the Ministers of Justice

Speakers

Konstantin Chuychenko

Minister of Justice of the Russian Federation

Rustam Badasyan

Acting Minister of Justice of Armenia

Alexander Bastrykin

Chairman of the Russian Federation Investigative Committee, General of Justice of the Russian Federation

Marat Beketayev

Minister of Justice of the Republic of Kazakhstan

Ruslanbek Davletov

Minister of Justice of the Republic of Uzbekistan

Fikrat Mammadov

Minister of Justice of the Republic of Azerbaijan

Khishgee Nyambaatar

Minister of Justice and Home Affairs of Mongolia

Biography

Education:

1986-1996 - Secondary School No. 48 of the Capital City, Mongolia

1996-2000 - Orkhon University of Mongolia, Bachelor of Law

2000-2002 - Orkhon University of Mongolia, Master of Science in Education

2006-2008 - Law Enforcement University, LL.M

2017-present - University of Internal Affairs, Ph.D. candidate 

 

Work experience:

2001-2007 - Lecturer, Orkhon University of Mongolia

2005-2008 - Lawyer, member Association of Mongolian (Bar) Advocates

2008-2009 - Law officer, Governor’s Office Songinokhairkhan District

2012-2012 - Head, Administration Department, Governor’s Office of Songinokhairkhan District

2011-2012 - Acting Head of Governor’s Office of Songinokhairkhan District

2012-2016 - Chairman, Hural Citizens Representatives (Local assembly), Songinokhairkhan District

2016-2020 - Member of the State Great Khural (Parliament)

2019-2020 - Chairman of Standing Committee on Legal Affairs

2020-present - Member of the State Great Khural (Parliament)

Appointed as Minister of Justice and Home Affairs on July 08, 2020.

K Shanmugam

Minister for Home Affairs and Minister for Law of the Republic of Singapore

Oleg Slizhevsky

Minister of Justice of the Republic of Belarus

Tang Yijun

Minister of Justice of the People's Republic of China

Emily Yiolitis

Minister of Justice and Public Order of the Republic of Cyprus

Biography

Emily Yiolitis was appointed Minister of Justice and Public Order of Cyprus on 29 June, 2020. She graduated from Foley’s Grammar and Junior School in Limassol in 1994 and went on to study in the Law Department of Oxford University (Trinity College), from which she obtained a Law Degree in 1997.

Between 1997-1998 she practiced law at Chrysses Demetriades Law Office in Limassol, after which she continued her practice at Directorate General 10 of the European Commission in Brussels. She continued to obtain her post graduate degree 'Legal Studies in Comparative European Law' from the European University Institute in Florence and she was awarded the postgraduate degree in Jurisprudence from Oxford University (Trinity College). She was a Robert Schuman scholar in the Legal Service of the European Parliament in Luxembourg, in the Department of Internal Regulations

Emily Yiolitis has repeatedly been included in the Citywealth IFC Power Women Top 100 list which 'recognizes women with achievements that shape public opinion, contribute to the promotion of business excellence in their jurisdiction and consolidate the reputation of the financial services sector'. Emily Yiolitis' main areas of activity were corporate, competition, trust and tax law. Emily Yiolitis is a Member of the Cyprus Bar Association since 1998, and founding member of the Cyprus branch of the International Organisation 'Internationale pour la Promotion des Femmes d’ Europe (AIPFE)' regarding the promotion of women’s rights.


* The Programme may be subject to change