Gözde Oruç is a programmer and she joined in IT training programmes in America.
Gözde Oruç is also a senior project expert at the Judicial Reform Unit of the Court of Cassation, Turkey since 2016. She manages projects that are conducted in cooperation with the UN, Council of Europe and other international organizations regarding judicial reform, administration and quality of justice, and judicial integrity. Her professionalism is judicial transparency, ethics and court management in high courts.
In the Ethics, Transparency and Trust Project of the Court of Cassation conducted in cooperation with the UN, she was a member of the project team that drafted the Istanbul Declaration and she particularly participated in its adoption process by the UN in 2019. Also, she took an active role in the team that developed the judicial ethics system at the Court of Cassation and drafted the Court of Cassation Codes of Conduct.
She is the editor of many books on the rule of law, increasing the public trust in the judiciary and improvement of the administration of justice. She organized training programmes for the members, rapporteur judges, public prosecutors and staff of the Court of Cassation. She participated in the development process of the principles of “Excellence in High Courts of Appeal” adopted by the chief justices and chief public prosecutors from 13 countries at the meeting hosted by the Court of Cassation on 2 September 2021, and she made significant contribution to the elaboration of these principles and development of internal and external stakeholder surveys.
She is the general coordinator of the Court of Cassation Case Law Center that has been developed in cooperation with the Council of Europe within the context of the case law dissemination strategy of high courts and that will begin to operate in March 2023. Additionally, she joined actively in the projects on conducting business processes of the Court of Cassation of Türkiye through the support of artificial intelligence within the scope of the digitalization of the judiciary.
She has been a member of the International Institute for Justice Excellence since 16 December 2021, and she is a part of the team that is developing the Global Network of Judicial Councils.
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