Georgian Young lawyers Association (GYLA) is independent, non-governmental, non-profit organization established in 1994 and since than protects and serves those principles and values for which it was created:
The Objectives are:
1. to establish the rule of law and raise legal awareness of society
2. to improve legislation for the development of civil society and rule of law;
3. protection of human dignity, rights an d freedoms;
4. Development of legal profession and establishment of professional ethics.
We provide legal consultation free of charge for up to 50 thousand individuals annually, and represent dozens of individuals before the courts and other administrative bodies to help recover their violated rights.
We address the Constitutional Court of Georgia and the European Court of Human Rights every year, in strategically important cases for the protection of human rights.
We actively cooperate with all three branches of government and support the creation of legislative guarantees for the protection of human rights.