On February, 21 2019, in Cherkasy, the graduates of “Tomorrow’s Lawyer” Program, Tamara Bugaiets and Lyudmila Grytsenko, held a training on “Features of the lawyer’s participation in cases related to the legal defense of victims of domestic violence”.
The training was supported by the U.S. Embassy in Ukraine in partnership with the Bogdan Khmelnytsky Cherkasy National University and the Cherkasy Pridniprovsky District Court.
The trainers shared their comments and impressions following the event (available in Ukrainian).
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