USAID Rule of Law Project
Operational Improvements for Efficient Courts
On April 11, 2019, in Belgrade, the USAID Rule of Law Project organized a roundtable on the topic of operational improvements of the court procedure with the aim of improving judicial efficiency.
Roundtable on the Service of Process
Why is service of process such a complex issue? Why is the existing system of process service via notice boards in the courts inefficient and can result in the violation of right to due process?
Best Practices for Efficient Court Management
On March 15, 2018 in Belgrade, the USAID Rule of Law Project organized a peer to peer workshop on the topic of best practices for efficient court management.
Process Maps for Court Servers
Problematic and failed service of process is often cited as one of the main obstacles for a more efficient work of courts in Serbia.
Building Capacities of Court Process Servers
In the period from December 2017 to March 2018, in cooperation with the Judicial Academy, the USAID Rule of Law Project delivered three training sessions on the topic of effective service
Service of Process Training
Inefficient service of process directly impacts the duration of court proceedings. The World Bank Functional Review has shown that only 50% of all service attempts