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 on Puerto Rico

Resolution on Puerto Rico EN 1

Meeting in Marrakech on 14 October 2018 the European Association of Judges (EAJ)

(To: National Office for the Judiciary (OBH) (To: National Judicial Council (OBT) (Copy: Hungarian Association of Judges)  At its meeting in Marrakech on 14 October 2018 the European Association of Judges (EAJ) was informed by a letter from the president of the Hungarian Judges Association and by the delegate  of the Association about recent developments in the Hungarian judiciary. The EAJ is concerned by failures or anomalities in the functioning of the relationship betw...

Statement of Bob Carlson, president, American Bar Association Re: Judicial reforms in Poland

WASHINGTON, Oct. 16, 2018 — The American Bar Association is concerned about rushed efforts to implement the Polish law governing its Supreme Court enacted earlier this year. The ABA expressed concern before its adoption that the law would lead to the politicization of the court, and we believe that irregularities in the proceedings to select new judges for the Supreme Court will further undermine judicial independence in Poland.  On October 10, the Polish government appointed 27 new ...

Resolution of 6 September 2018 of the Board of the Union of Polish Judges IUSTITIA regarding the statements of Maciej Nawacki

Ladies and Gentlemen I present you the resolution of the 6 th September 2018 of the Board of the Association of Polish Judges IUSTITIA on Maciej Nawacki’s statement made on the television on 28th August 2018. On the 28th of August 2018 judge Maciej Nawacki during a television interview claimed that the justices of the Supreme Court of Poland “break the law” and “will meet with adequate response”, because “if someone breaks the law in a blatant way, violates the Constitution, he wil...