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History and Legal Regulations of National School of Clerks

 

Currently, the clerk profession is regulated by the Law no. 567/2004 regarding the status of the auxiliary personnel working in law courts and prosecutor’s offices and of the personnel working within National Institute of Forensic Expertise, as further amended, and the Law no. 304/2004, republished, regarding the judicial organisation, the provisions of which were detailed by the rules and regulations of the law courts and prosecutor’s offices functioning under such courts.

Clerks are usually recruited through the National School of Clerks, set up by the Government decision no. 425/1999, under the name Training Centre for Clerks and the Other Specialized Auxiliary Personnel, which started functioning at the end of the year 2000, the name of National School of Clerks which it currently bears being conferred to it in 2004, by Law no. 567/2004  regarding the status of the auxiliary personnel working in law courts and prosecutor’s offices and of the personnel working within National Institute of Forensic Expertise, as further amended.

National School of Clerks is regulated by the provisions of Chapter III of Law no. 567/2004 regarding the status of the auxiliary personnel working in law courts and prosecutor’s offices and of the personnel working within National Institute of Forensic Expertise, as further amended, as well as by Regulation on the National School for Clerks, adopted by the Superior Council of Magistracy Decision no. 183/2007, as further amended, emitted in accordance to this law.

National School of Clerks is a public institution with legal personality, being coordinated by the Superior Council of Magistracy, being responsible with the initial and continuous training of clerks and other specialty auxiliary personnel of courts and prosecutors’ offices, in accordance to law.

National School of Clerks is financed by the State budget, through the budget of Superior Council of Magistracy. National School of Clerks is not part of the national educational system and it is not subject to the legal provisions regarding the authority of education institutions.

General goal of the school’s activity: National School of Clerks is responsible both with the initial training of the future clerks and with continuous training of clerks and other specialty auxiliary personnel of courts and prosecutors’ offices, in accordance to law, having as goals:

 

  • To form and foster motivations and attitudes (intellectual, psychosocial and axiological) required undertaking clerks’ profession.
  • To acquire and create necessary skills for fulfilling specific tasks in a way they are enacted in the current legislation as well as in the perspective of this profession’ s evolution.

 

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