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 position of the National Board of the Polish Judges Association "Iustitia" of August regarding the resolution on the validity of the election of the President of the Republic of Poland

On August 3, 2020, the extraordinary Control and Public Affairs Supreme Court Chamber, which was previously established illegally by President Andrzej Duda during an extremely politicized nomination process, passed an invalid resolution on the validity of the next term election of President Andrzej Duda. We would like to remind that this Chamber was appointed in its entirety by the President at the request of the neo-NCJ (National Council of Judiciary), contrary to the verdict issued by the Supr...

Polish president`s faulty appointments of judges of the supreme court will be heard by the european court of justice in luxembourg

The Association of Polish Judges IUSTITIA hereby informs that two of its representatives will participate in the meeting of the Court of Justice in the European Union in Luxembourg regarding the question for a preliminary ruling of the Supreme Administrative Court (case C-824/18) on Monday July 6,2020. The hearing will be held in the Court's Great Hall and is scheduled to start at 14.30. The following judges will be present: judge Monika Frąckowiak and judge Piotr Gąciarek. Polish judges will...

The Polish government "responds" to the European Commission - The position of the National Board of the Polish Judges Association (IUSTITIA) in connection with the Disciplinary Chamber of the Supreme Court’s recent activities contrary to the ruling of the

Today, June 24, 2020, is the deadline scheduled by the European Commission for the Polish government (namely, the Minister of Justice) to explain how the government has complied with the Grand Chamber of the CJEU’s ruling of April 8, 2020 in case C-791/19 Commission v Poland. In this decision, the Grand Chamber suspended the application of national provisions regarding the jurisdiction of the Supreme Court Disciplinary Chamber in disciplinary matters of judges. This results from the a...

Poles march in support of judge critical of government reforms (Deutsche Welle)

Judge Igor Tuleya could be stripped of his immunity and face prosecution after allowing media into one of his courtrooms. Protesters say he is being targeted for questioning the government's controversial court reforms.