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.

An open letter addressed to polish judges by Union Syndicale des Magistrats (USM)

The letter is available here (pdf).

Observations on the proposed Amendment of the Law on the System of Ordinary Courts, the Act on the Supreme Court and certain other acts (Sejm form no. 69) from the perspective of German and European constitutional law

PROF. DR. FRANZ MAYER LL.M. (YALE), University of Bielefeld, Faculty of Law, Chair for Public Law, European Law, Public International Law, Comparative Law and Law & Politics.

Observations (pdf)

European judges support Polish independent judges, joining the silent march on 11.01.2020

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Open Letter to the President of the European Commission regarding Poland’s disciplinary regime for judges and the urgent need for interim measures in Commission v Poland (C-791/19)

Ever since the European Commission initiated a third infringement procedure in respect to the recurrent attacks on the rule of law by Polish authorities last April, the situation has continued to seriously deteriorate. We have now reached the unprecedented and frightening stage where Polish judges are being subject to harassment tactics in the form of multiple arbitrary disciplinary investigations, formal disciplinary proceedings and/or sanctions for applying EU law as interpreted by the ECJ or ...

Commissioner for Human Rights Concerned by 55 disciplinary actions against judge K. Markiewicz & suspension of district judge Juszczyszyn.

https://twitter.com/CommissionerHR/status/1202277638359920640 https://rm.coe.int/report-on-the-visit-to-poland-from-11-to-15-march-2019-by-dunja-mijato/168094d848 48. The Commissioner was alsoconcerned by the numerous reports she received of disciplinary proceedings being instituted against judges and prosecutors formatters such as: speaking out in public on the topic of the government’s reform of the justice system; requesting preliminary rulings by the Court of Justice of the European Unio...

The position of the National Board of Polish Judges Association "Iustitia" on the statement of the Disciplinary Spokesman of the Judges of Common Courts

On November 8, 2019, Przemysław Radzik - Deputy Disciplinary Spokesman of the Judges of the Common Courts brought disciplinary charges against the judges: Krystian Markiewicz, Monika Ciemięga, Monika Frąckowiak, Katarzyna Kałwak and Bartłomiej Starosta in connection with the alleged misconduct of the dignity of the judicial office according to the Spokesman in a way of ignoring the statutory obligation of these judges to attend the summons and testify as witnesses and other disciplinary tor...