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First Application - Qualification Requirement | International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia Skip to main content United Nations | International Residual Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals IRMCT About the Mechanism Cases English Français bosanski, hrvatski ili srpski Shqip Македонски Legacy website of the ICTY | TPIY | MKSJ United Nations International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia Toggle navigation About the ICTY Cases Documents Press Outreach Features × Legacy website of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia Since the ICTY’s closure on 31 December 2017, the Mechanism maintains this website as part of its mission to preserve and promote the legacy of the UN International Criminal Tribunals.   (...) First Application - Qualification Requirement Pursuant to Rules 44 and 45 of the Rules of Procedure and Evidence (hereinafter “the Rules”) and to Articles 14 and 15 of the Directive on the Assignment of Defense Counsel (hereinafter “the Directive”) the counsel: 1. must be admitted to the practice of law in a State, or be a university professor of law; 2. must have written and oral proficiency in one of the two working languages of the Tribunal;* 3. must be a member in good standing of the Association of Defense Counsel practicing before the Tribunal (ADC-ICTY); 4. must not have been found guilty or otherwise disciplined in relevant disciplinary; proceedings against him/her in a national or international forum, including proceedings pursuant to the Code of Professional Conduct for Defense Counsel Appearing Before the International Tribunal; ** 5. must not have been found guilty in relevant criminal proceedings; 6. must not have engaged in conduct whether in pursuit of his/her profession or otherwise which is dishonest or otherwise discreditable to a counsel, prejudicial to the administration of justice, or likely to diminish public confidence in the International Tribunal or the administration of justice, or otherwise bring the International Tribunal into disrepute; 7. must not have provided false or misleading information in relation to his/her qualifications and fitness to practice or have failed to provide relevant information; 8. must possess established competence in criminal law and/or international criminal law/international humanitarian law/ international human rights law; 9. must possess at least seven years of relevant experience, whether as a judge, prosecutor, attorney or in some other capacity, in criminal proceedings; 10. must have indicated his or her availability and willingness to be assigned by the Tribunal to any person detained under the authority of the Tribunal lacking the means to remunerate counsel, under the terms set out in the Directive; 11. any other information which you deem relevant; *If the Registrar deems it in the interest of justice, he may waive this requirements, as provided in Rule 44 (B) of the Rules and Article 14(C) of the Directive. Counsel admitted without the language requirement are only eligible for assignment as co-counsel, pursuant to Article 16 (C)(ii) of the Directive. ** This requirement will be applied with some flexibility where the Registrar deems that, in the circumstances, it would be disproportionate to exclude such counsel.
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Score: 1172286.1 - https://www.icty.org/en/node/8460
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A: For information on contracts, please visit our Compensation, Benefits and Wellbeing page .  Q: Which qualifications are required to enter UNICEF?  A: Above all, all staff must share our organization’s values and meet our core competencies, shown on our Compensation, Benefits and Wellbeing page . (...) A: The advertised years of experience that is found in a vacancy announcement is a minimum requirement. Applicants who meet the minimum requirements and have additional qualifications are encouraged to apply.  (...) The qualifications section of a job description will indicate the type of experience required for successful candidates. 
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Score: 1169112.3 - https://www.unicef.org/careers/frequently-asked-questions
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The Council for Trade in Services, Recognizing the impact of regulatory measures relating to professional qualifications, technical standards and licensing on the expansion of trade in professional services; Desiring to establish multilateral disciplines with a view to ensuring that, when specific commitments are undertaken, such regulatory measures do not constitute unnecessary barriers to the supply of professional services; Decides as follows: 1. (...) To this end, a Working Party on Professional Services shall be established to examine and report, with recommendations, on the disciplines necessary to ensure that measures relating to qualification requirements and procedures, technical standards and licensing requirements in the field of professional services do not constitute unnecessary barriers to trade. 2. (...) In making these recommendations, the Working Party shall concentrate on: (a) developing multilateral disciplines relating to market access so as to ensure that domestic regulatory requirements are: (i) based on objective and transparent criteria, such as competence and the ability to supply the service; (ii) not more burdensome than necessary to ensure the quality of the service, thereby facilitating the effective liberalization of accountancy services; (b) the use of international standards and, in doing so, it shall encourage the cooperation with the relevant international organizations as defined under paragraph 5(b) of Article VI, so as to give full effect to paragraph 5 of Article VII; (c) facilitating the effective application of paragraph 6 of Article VI of the Agreement by establishing guidelines for the recognition of qualifications.
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Score: 1168818.7 - https://www.wto.org/english/docs_e/legal_e/51-dsprf.pdf
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The Council for Trade in Services, Recognizing the impact of regulatory measures relating to professional qualifications, technical standards and licensing on the expansion of trade in professional services; Desiring to establish multilateral disciplines with a view to ensuring that, when specific commitments are undertaken, such regulatory measures do not constitute unnecessary barriers to the supply of professional services; Decides as follows: 1. (...) To this end, a Working Party on Professional Services shall be established to examine and report, with recommendations, on the disciplines necessary to ensure that measures relating to qualification requirements and procedures, technical standards and licensing requirements in the field of professional services do not constitute unnecessary barriers to trade. 2. (...) In making these recommendations, the Working Party shall concentrate on: (a) developing multilateral disciplines relating to market access so as to ensure that domestic regulatory requirements are: ( i ) based on objective and transparent criteria, such as competence and the ability to supply the service; ( ii ) not more burdensome than necessary to ensure the quality of the service, thereby facilitating the effective liberalization of accountancy services; (b) the use of international standards and, in doing so, it shall encourage the cooperation with the relevant international organizations as defined under paragraph 5(b) of Article VI, so as to give full effect to paragraph 5 of Article VII; (c) facilitating the effective application of paragraph 6 of Article VI of the Agreement by establishing guidelines for the recognition of qualifications.
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Score: 1168818.7 - https://www.wto.org/english/docs_e/legal_e/51-dsprf.doc
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Even though the Applicant could not trace the job vacancy at that time, it is well established that for a P-2 position at least a first degree in higher education is required. 24. The Minister of Education has provided the certificate of authenticity by the Director of the Group IPG/ISTI therefore confirming the academic qualification 14 Application – para. 16. (...) Even if the academic qualification does not meet those requirements, the United Nations Secretariat still has a discretion to recognize it as provided in section 6.4 of ST/AI/2018/5 which must be read in conjunction with section 6.5. (...) The principal legal issue arising for consideration in this case remains whether the Applicant’s qualifications meet the requirement of a recognized first level university degree as required by the job opening.
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Score: 1168220.6 - https://www.un.org/en/internal...dt/judgments/undt-2019-018.pdf
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UNCTAD/CD-TFT 6 “Mode 4” Offers • Request-offer process under GATS • Ca 50% of 70 offers: • M4-related horizontal changes; • Inclusion of commitments on CSS and/or IPs: • BUT professional/educational requirements or sectoral carve-outs limit/bar entry of less-skilled; • Some ENTs remain undefined; • Some offers refer to numerical ceilings; • M3-related movements: privileged access: • length (& extension) of stay; • no rigid qualification requirements. UNCTAD/CD-TFT 7 “Mode 4” Offers: “Quad” • Improvements mainly: • high-skilled & M3-related; • IP (independent professionals): • limited sectoral application of commitments; • qualification requirements more rigid; • duration of stay more limited for IPs; • Initiatives relating to transparency of rules and regulations relating to M4: • BUT actual procedures for entry remain burdensome (applications for visa & workpermits); UNCTAD/CD-TFT 8 Assessment of Offers: Some Parameters (Group of 12, 2005) • Inclusion of more categories, de-linked from M3 & responding to requests; • Addressing MA & NT limitations: • ENTs, quotas, wage parity requirements; • Transparency of information on immigration laws, single stop window for information; • Tackling recognition of qualification issues. (...) • Article VI:4 mandate that: measure relating to qualification requirements & procedures,….do not constitute unnecessary barriers to trade in services.. • Concern?
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Score: 1167385.2 - https://www.un.org/en/developm...nts/pdf/other/turin/UNCTAD.pdf
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Petrov added that there is a very strong indication that Mr Mezayev, even if he were to meet all the qualification requirements, would not seek assignment as Lead Counsel. (...) Tribunal assigned and paid counsel, he needed to comply with the rules of the Tribunal regarding the qualification of the lawyers. Petrov said that Mladić would have to select a counsel that meets all the qualification requirements. (...) Petrov explained that this is why there is a certain minimum of qualifications that the Tribunal requires. These qualification requirements come from the rules, which are adopted by the judges in plenary.
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Score: 1166629.9 - https://www.icty.org/en/press/...ly-press-briefing-13-july-2011
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Petrov added that there is a very strong indication that Mr Mezayev, even if he were to meet all the qualification requirements, would not seek assignment as Lead Counsel. (...) Tribunal assigned and paid counsel, he needed to comply with the rules of the Tribunal regarding the qualification of the lawyers. Petrov said that Mladić would have to select a counsel that meets all the qualification requirements. (...) Petrov explained that this is why there is a certain minimum of qualifications that the Tribunal requires. These qualification requirements come from the rules, which are adopted by the judges in plenary.
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Score: 1166629.9 - https://www.icty.org/mk/node/6127
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Petrov added that there is a very strong indication that Mr Mezayev, even if he were to meet all the qualification requirements, would not seek assignment as Lead Counsel. (...) Tribunal assigned and paid counsel, he needed to comply with the rules of the Tribunal regarding the qualification of the lawyers. Petrov said that Mladić would have to select a counsel that meets all the qualification requirements. (...) Petrov explained that this is why there is a certain minimum of qualifications that the Tribunal requires. These qualification requirements come from the rules, which are adopted by the judges in plenary.
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Score: 1166629.9 - https://www.icty.org/sq/node/6127
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Petrov added that there is a very strong indication that Mr Mezayev, even if he were to meet all the qualification requirements, would not seek assignment as Lead Counsel. (...) Tribunal assigned and paid counsel, he needed to comply with the rules of the Tribunal regarding the qualification of the lawyers. Petrov said that Mladić would have to select a counsel that meets all the qualification requirements. (...) Petrov explained that this is why there is a certain minimum of qualifications that the Tribunal requires. These qualification requirements come from the rules, which are adopted by the judges in plenary.
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Score: 1166629.9 - https://www.icty.org/fr/node/6127
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