Report | Attitudes towards the Judicial System in Georgia

Year: 2012

The report assesses knowledge and attitudes among Georgian citizens and legal professionals about the judicial system in Georgia.

The report uses data from a nationwide representative survey, focus groups, and in-depth interviews and suggests that while Georgians are confident that their judicial system has improved considerably over recent years, it is also clear that there is still substantial work to be done to improve it further.

CRRC Georgia conducted the study within the Public Attitudes Towards the Judicial System in Georgia (JILEP) project.