Authors

Blerina Bulica

Blerina Bulica is a professional with extensive experience in legal consultancy and project management. Her career spans since 2000 during which she has held various roles focusing on judicial transparency, human rights, and legal advocacy. With a Master's degree in International Law, Crime, Justice, and Human Rights from the University of Birmingham, UK, and additional training in European Union legislation and institutions, Blerina possesses a solid academic foundation. Her expertise lies in providing consultancy services to organizations such as the Council of Europe where she has contributed to projects aimed at enhancing the efficiency and quality of justice systems. Blerina's skills include exceptional communication, organizational, and managerial abilities, honed through her diverse professional engagements. She is a proficient user of multiple languages, including Albanian, English, French, and Italian. Blerina's dedication to her field is evident through her participation in conferences, presentations, and publications on topics related to human rights and judicial reform. She holds various memberships and accolades, including the prestigious Chevening Scholarship.

Her contributions to ALJ: (European Union and Integration, 2024) - Reflections on the impact of IT and AI based tools in judicial systems

Ina Veleshnja

Ina Veleshnja is an Albanian professional with extensive experience in law and legislative research. Currently serving as a Lecturer at the Faculty of Laws, University of Tirana, she has previously worked as a Parliamentary Researcher at the Parliament of Albania. Ina holds an MSc in Law and a Bachelor's in Laws from the Faculty of Law, University of Tirana. With advanced proficiency in English and basic proficiency in German, she possesses a diverse skill set in digital platforms and organizational abilities. Ina has actively participated in conferences, workshops, and contributed to publications on legal education and legislative matters.

Her Contributions to ALJ: Administrative and Criminal Implications to Competition Law Infringements: EU Law Discussion and the Albanian Legislation, Ph.D. Cand. Monika CANCO and Ph.D. Cand. Ina VELESHNJA

Marsida Grami

Marsida Grami has completed the Bachelor and Master studies in International Relations and Diplomacy with excellent results at the Faculty of Political Sciences in Perugia, Italy. In 2021, she completed her PhD at the Institute of European Studies. In 2014 she was appointed as Head of the IPA Projects Sector in the Ministry of Tourism and Urban Development, then in 2017 she was appointed to the same position in the Ministry of Justice, and since 2021 she is working as Head of the Department of Integration and Negotiations of Ministry of Justice, covering the most important issues related to Chapter 23 "Judiciary and Fundamental Rights'' and the Political Criteria. She has worked on very important documents such as the presentations of the Albanian state to the European Commission, the preparation of the Roadmaps for the Rule of Law and the Functioning of Democratic Institutions and the preparation of the Negotiating Position of the Albanian state. Marsida has been part of the negotiating groups that have represented the country during bilateral Albania-EU meetings held in November 2022 and January 2023 under accession talks.

Her Contributions to ALJ: The need of establishing a Special Medical Institution for Forensic Patients in Albania, Doc. Marsida Grami and MSc. Anxhela Kenaj

 

 

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