In recent years, following a growth spur which made it the fastest growing economy in the world, Mongolia has experienced rapid economic and social downturn. Although the years of growth yielded wealth and investment, the country was unable to prepare for a recession due to corruption, inflation, distortion of the local economy and environmental degradation. One of the key obstacles to sustainable growth and development is the weak and poorly prepared judiciary.
IDLO is implementing a project which aims to ensure the sustainability of the judiciary’s capacity to effectively handle commercial law cases. The project seeks to build up the Judicial General Council’s monitoring capacities and support training of Mongolian judges in methodologies for reviewing judicial decisions in commercial law.