Professional development program “Tomorrow’s Lawyer”

The Program “Tomorrow’s Lawyer” – is the first nation-wide program of professional development for advocates, found on the best domestic and international practices.

This program is designed for the ambitious and self-motivated advocates from all over Ukraine, who:

  • Practicing advocacy for more than two years;
  • Active in public sphere;
  • Engaged in the processes of reform and improvement of the legal aid system in Ukraine;
  • Have own opinion and ideas on the justice system improvement;
  • Conscious and responsible leaders in the professional community;
  • Have a strong commitment to contribute to the improvement of the legal system in Ukraine.

The Program trainees will have the opportunity to:

  • Develop the skills necessary to effectively provide legal assistance according to the best international practices;
  • Enhance effective communication skills;
  • Develop leadership skills;
  • Become a part of the community of like-minded professionals;
  • Strengthen the ability to foster reforms in the justice sector.

The program consists of four training modules:

  • Work with clients;
  • Interaction with colleagues  - procedural opponents in court;
  • Communication within the legal communityі;
  • Public relations and interaction with media.


Training schedule: 

Start of the training – February 2017


Four three-day sessions during the year of 2017

The training will take place in Kyiv, Odesa and Lviv


How to apply?


Fill in the application for by  9 December 2016 by the link:


Please, note! 


Please, prior to filling the online application, carefully read the list of questions at the web-site. 


Detail your public activities: where have you worked and which were the results of your activities. 


Indicate the public figures and books, which inspired you the most recently. 


If a candidate files two or more online-applications, only the first one will be considered valid and taken into account.


During the period from 19 to 23 December 2016, to pass an interview (if required) as an additional elimination round.