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Monday, August 8, 2022
Tags: judicial system
National conference talks judicial reform to build law-governed socialist State National conference talks judicial reform to build law-governed socialist State
A national conference was held in central Da Nang city on January 17 to look into the continued promotion of judicial reform to serve the building and completion of a law-governed socialist state of Vietnam.
Intl webinar talks criminal justice for juveniles Int’l webinar talks criminal justice for juveniles
The Ho Chi Minh City University of Law held an international webinar on criminal justice for juveniles on October 13.
Assurance of adversarial process in trials under Vietnams Constitution and procedural laws of adversarial process in trials under Vietnams Constitution and procedural laws Assurance of adversarial process in trials under Vietnam’s Constitution and procedural laws of adversarial process in trials under Vietnam’s Constitution and procedural laws
The adversarial process in trials enshrined in the 2013 Constitution is a milestone marking changes in viewpoints and approaches during judicial reform toward an independent and transparent judicial system. This article introduces the adversarial process in trials as recognized in the Constitution and concretized in the procedural laws of Vietnam.
Online dispute resolution in Vietnam Online dispute resolution in Vietnam
To address the growing number of disputes arising from e-commerce transactions over the recent years while traditional methods of at-court dispute resolution become ineffective, the governments of many countries around the world have adopted online dispute resolution mechanisms, including alternative dispute resolution methods (negotiation, mediation and arbitration) and court proceedings using the Internet as a special tool in part or the whole of the dispute resolution process. This article provides an overview of this process in the country and proposes solutions for increasing the application of online dispute resolution methods.
The core value of the judiciary is to deliver justice for all The core value of the judiciary is to deliver justice for all
Chief Justice of the Supreme People’s Court Nguyen Hoa Binh last month attended an international conference entitled “Judicial Excellence in Response to Today’s Challenges” in Bangkok, Thailand. Vietnam Law and Legal Forum would like to publish his speech delivered at this event, which highlights the recent endeavors of Vietnam’s court system to deliver court excellence as well as future policies for reform.
Vietnam commits to fight money laundering Vietnam commits to fight money laundering
Chief Justice of the Supreme People’s Court Nguyen Hoa Binh said at a workshop in Da Nang on July 9 that some articles of the 2015 Penal Code regarding fighting money laundering are unclear, and guidance is needed to ensure the laws against money laundering are effectively carried out.
An IP court in Vietnam needed: official An IP court in Vietnam needed: official
The establishment of an intellectual property (IP) court in Vietnam is in sight but has yet to be completed, a deputy chief inspector of the Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST) has said.
Dispute resolution mechanisms under Vietnamese law and EVFTA Dispute resolution mechanisms under Vietnamese law and EVFTA
The legislative basis for mediation is noted to improve and countries, such as Vietnam, have pursued mediation reforms as a response to contemporary demands.
The idea of judicial integrity in Quoc Trieu Kham Tung Dieu Le The idea of judicial integrity in Quoc Trieu Kham Tung Dieu Le
Quoc Trieu Kham Tung Dieu Le, promulgated by King Le Hien Tong in 1777, is an original legislative achievement of the late Le dynasty. Its originality, as assessed by researchers, consists in its appearance as a separate procedural code in the then circumstances of Dai Viet (Great Vietnam) and the feudal Orient. The Code’s uniqueness also lies in its judicial ideology, including judicial integrity - a category which should have been guaranteed only in a law-ruled system.
Exploring the historical imprints of Cochin-Chinas administration on contemporary Vietnamese society Exploring the historical imprints of Cochin-China’s administration on contemporary Vietnamese society
In the course of its long history of many ups and downs, Cochin-China (Southern Vietnam) has seen different organizational forms of administration as well as legal regimes. Historical circumstances and rulers’ will in different historical periods have created the identity of politico-legal civilization of this region. This identity has led to various traditions in the conduct of the administration and people in politico-legal life

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