We are an independent, apolitical and self-governing association of Polish judges.
Our main mission is to defend freedom and civil rights, which are the democratic foundations of Poland - a member of the the European Union.
We have been operating for more than 25 years, also as part of different international organisations of judges. We associate over 3,500 judges, most of them in Poland.

The arguments of Polish Judges Association Iustitia related to the PM Mateusz Morawiecki statements at the meeting with foreign journalists on January 10th, 2018.

Polish Prime Minister Morawiecki: There was no revolution after 1989 (the fall of communism in Poland). There was a transformation … On the one hand, the post-communists maintained real power in the country. I was myself often facing the real brutality of the communist regime in the 1980s and saw the same judges, the same faces, in the 90s and 2000., actually at the top of the structure of the judiciary. In judiciary, politics, executive power, business … even today if one looks at the r...

The Chain of Light #7 in Poznań

Chain of Light is series of events devoted to protecting the Constitution of the Republic of Poland, gathering tens of thousands of protesters in hundreds of Polish towns and cities. ...

Polish Ruling Party’s Crusade Against Judicial Independence – the Globe Post

Controversial Judicial Reforms In 2015, PiS won parliamentary elections with an overall majority for the first time in Poland’s history. The party rose to power after eight years in opposition with a campaign that partly played on voters’ fears of the migrant influx. Since taking office, PiS has implemented a range of controversial judicial reforms. Brussels has said the measures had endangered the rule of law in the country. The reforms include those of the Polish Constitutional Tribunal,...