Investment in human capital to strengthen the Trial Office and overcome disparities between courts

What is the goal of the investment?

The investment is aimed at financing a hiring plan to help the judges manage their cases and digitalise processes, to make the judiciary more effective and efficient. A broad programme to ensure the rapid execution of the planned projects, for a more efficient and digital judiciary.

Total investment cost 2.26 bn
  • Youth
  • Gender equality
Additional details

The course of transformation is accompanied by a plan for training and change management to encourage the addition of new resources and opening of new positions.  There will be about 1,600 young graduates, 750 specialist diploma holders and 3,000 graduates who will constitute the administrative and technical support personnel of the court offices. In addition around 16,500 graduates in law, economy and political science are expected for the staff of the Trial Office. Finally, 400 employees will be hired for the Trial Office to be assigned to the innovation project for the Court of Appeals.

What are the benefits?

A hiring plan will ensure:
  • Faster civil and criminal trials
  • A more efficient judiciary
  • New jobs for young graduates in law, economy and political science, but also for specialized diplomas and personnel

Key steps and expected expenditure

Key Dates