At last month’s Central & Eastern European Judicial Exchange Network Roundtable, a law student visiting Prague attended the Roundtable reception at the Villa Gröbovka where she had the chance to speak with several participants and friends of the CEELI Institute. Piera Savage later returned to her studies at York University’s Osgoode Hall Law School and wrote of her experience in an article for the school’s student-run newspaper, Obiter Dicta. Ms. Savage writes,

The conference, the Central and Eastern European Legal Institute’s (CEELI) Central & Eastern European Judicial Exchange Network Roundtable, brought together young judges who were interested in making a difference in their home country’s judicial system. It was focused on how to establish public confidence in the judiciary and how to find effective anti-corruption methods. CEELI, I would later discover by talking with the Executive Director of the institute, Quinn O’Keefe, is a not-for-profit organization whose aim is to foster an international community of reformers who are dedicated to making a difference in law.

Read Ms. Savage’s complete article here.