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.

Resolution of 11 June 2018 Assembly of Representatives of Judges of the Regional Court in Łódź

Assembly of Representatives of Judges of the Regional Court in Łódź : 1.joins the appeals calling on the European Commission to send the Act on the Supreme Court to the Court of Justice of the European Union together with the motion to suspend the implementation of the Act; 2.acknowledges amendments introduced to the Act on the System of Common Courts, the Act on the National Council of the Judiciary, the Act on the Supreme Court and the Act on the Constitutional Tribunal by acts of 12 Apri...

POLAND 2017 HUMAN RIGHTS REPORT

Poland is a republic with a multiparty democracy. The bicameral parliament consists of an upper house, the senate (Senat), and a lower house (Sejm). The president, the prime minister, and the Council of Ministers share executive power. Observers considered the May 2015 presidential elections and the October 2015 parliamentary elections free and fair. Civilian authorities maintained effective control over the security forces. The most significant human rights issues included some incidents of t...

Resolution on Article 2 of the EU Treaty approved during the 2018 Springtime Meeting of the EAJ in Berlin

During the EAJ meeting in Berlin the EAJ approved a resolution on Article 2 of the EU Treaty. This is the text of the resolution adopted: ...

MEDEL announced May 23rd as the alert day for the independence of Justice in Europe

“The growing nationalist and populist movements that have been spreading all over the continent, the unprecedented attacks against the independence of the Judiciary that we have been witnessing in countries like Hungary or Poland and the disrespect for basic principles of the Rule of Law in countries like Turkey (a member of the Council of Europe), remind us that the existence of an independent Judiciary must never be taken for granted and that it is a constant and fundamental struggle for eve...

Resolution no 4 taken of 26 February 2018 by The General Assembly of the Representatives of judges of the Warsaw Regional Court

General Assembly of The Representatives of judges of the Warsaw Regional Court would like to expresses it's an unequivocal lack of acceptance for candidates for members of the National Council of the Judiciary, in particular for candidates from Warsaw Regional Court district: Dariusz Drajewicz, Jędrzej Kondek, and Maciej Mitera. General Assembly of The Representatives of judges of the Warsaw District Court the assembly appeals also to all judges who have signed the candidates for judges as mem...