LFP alumna joins USAID Rule of Law Institutional Strengthening Program

April, 10 2014

”The Legislative Fellows program was one of the most important moments in my professional life. It has played a very important role in my development as a lawyer and has prepared me to move up to a different level. A year later, I find myself doing things I have learned during my fellowship, which is definitely an indicator that I have included and adjusted the skills I acquired. Three months ago I joined USAID Rule of Law Institutional Strengthening Program (ROLISP) as a Program Assistant. ROLISP aims at supporting the Government of Moldova by strengthening the institutional capacity, transparency and accountability of key justice sector institutions from Moldova. Within my team we focus our efforts on providing technical assistance to the Superior Council of Magistracy and the Department of Judicial Administration, provide training for these institutions, organize regional workshops for court staff etc. I enjoy working with a great team of professionals! I believe that the fact that I have succeded joining a program of a tremendous importance for Moldovan justice is largely due to the experience I had with LFP. Please check our webpage rolisp.org and, of course our Facebook page.


Victoria Căpătici

LFP alumna 2013

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