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THE MEMBERS OF THE JUDICIAL GENERAL COUNCIL OF MONGOLIA


CHAIRMAN OF THE JUDICIAL GENERAL COUNCIL OF MONGOLIA


 

BATBAYAR Enkhee (Ph.D)

Education

1980-1990 Secondary School No.6 of Ulaanbaatar

1990-1992 RISC RTO, Kurgan, Russia

1995-1999 Bachelor’s Degree in Law, Law School, National University of Mongolia

1999-2000 Master’s Degree in Law, Law School, National University of Mongolia

2002-2005 Ph.D. in Reducing and Increasing Convictions for Criminal Justice System in Mongolia, Cuban State University, Krasnodar, Russia

 

Employment

1999-2012 Law Professor, Dean, Advisor at the “Tushee” College

2010-2012 Advisor to the Member of Parliament of Mongolia, Secretariat of the State Great Khural /Parliament/

2012-2015 Chairman of the Metropolitan Court Decision Enforcement Agency

2015-2016 Director of the National Legal Institute of Mongolia

2016-2019 Member, attorney at the “Chinggis’ Law” LLP

2019.02.12 Member of the Judicial General Council of Mongolia

2019.11.06 Chairman of the Judicial General Council of Mongolia

Email: batbayar@judcouncil.mn

 

 


MEMBERS OF THE JUDICIAL GENERAL COUNCIL OF MONGOLIA


 

OYUMAA Volodya (PhD)

 

Education

Lawyer, Accountant

1994-1998 Bachelor’s Degree in Law, Law School, National University of Mongolia;

1996-1999 English language translator, School for International Relations, National University of Mongolia;

1998-1999 Master’s Degree in Law, Law School, National University of Mongolia;

1999-2000 Pedagogy, School for Psychology and Pedagogy, National University of Mongolia;

2008-2009 Public Administration, National Academy of Governance;  

2010          Ph.D in Law at the National University of Mongolia;

2011-2015 Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration, Business School, National University of Mongolia.

  

Academic rank

Adjunct Professor at the National University of Mongolia by the 2014 decision of the Board.

 

Professional experience

1999-2017.05 Member of the Mongolian Notary Bureau, Board Member;

2003-2011 Member of the Association of Mongolian Advocates;

2009-2015.06.15 Member of the Notary Qualifications Committee of the Ministry of Justice;  

2010-up to now Board Member of the Law School of National University of Mongolia, Board Member of “Law” and “Upholding Law” magazines;  

2013-up to now Board Member of National University of Mongolia;  

2012.01-2012.03 Visiting Researcher at the Max Planck Institute for Comparative and International Private Law;

2013-up to now Member of the Board of “Bileg” College of the University of Humanities;  

2013-up to now Member of the Examination Board of the Mongolian Bars Association, Board Member since 2016;  

2013-up to now Member of the “Board of Doctor of Philosophy” of the Ministry of Education, Culture and Science;

2014-2017.05.31 Member of the Judicial Qualifications Committee of the Judicial General Council of Mongolia.  

 

Employment

1998-2010 Professor, Senior Teacher at the Law School of the National University of Mongolia;  

2010-2015.09 Adjunct Professor at the Law School of the National University of Mongolia, Dean for International Law, Professor;

2015.09 Professor at the Public Law Faculty;  

2017.05.25-up to now Member of the Judicial General Council of Mongolia.

Email: oyumaa@judcouncil.mn

 

 

 

 

ATARTSETSEG Lkhundev

 

Education    

1969-1979 Secondary School No.3 of Darkhan-Uul Province;

1979-1985 Law Degree at the State University of the Russian Federation;  

2009-2010 Master’s Degree in Law at the State University of the Russian Federation.

 

Employment

1985 Court Secretary of Darkhan city Court;  

1985-1990 Judge, District Court of Darkhan city;

1990-1998 Judge, Court of Darkhan-Uul Province;

1998-2005 Judge, Capital City Court;  

2005-2019 Justice, Supreme Court of Mongolia;

2019.10.31-up to now Member of the Judicial General Council of Mongolia.

 

Email: atartsetseg@judcouncil.mn

 

TSOGTSAIKHAN Dashnyam

 

Education

1973-1983 Secondary School No.1 of Umnugobi Province;

1983-1988 Bachelor’s Degree in Law, Law School, National University of Mongolia;

1996-1998 Master’s Degree in Law, Law School, National University of Mongolia.

 

Employment

1988          Intern at the Court of Dornogobi Province;

1988-1991 Judge, Court No.5 of Dornogobi Province;  

1991          Advisor at the Directorate for Court Coordination, Ministry of Justice;

1991-1996 Legal Advisor, Bilguun LLC;

1996-2001 Judge, Court of Dornogobi Province;

2001-2006 Chief Judge, Inter-Soum Court No.2 of Dornogobi Province;

2006-2008 Chief Judge, Songino-khairkhan district Court of Ulaanbaatar; 

2008-2013 Chief Judge, Chingeltei district Court of Ulaanbaatar;

2013-2014 Judge, District Criminal Court No.1 of First Instance;

2014-2015 Judge, Court No.10 of Appeal;

2015-2020 Judge, Civil Court of Appeal of Capital City;

2020.06.18-up to now Member of the Judicial General Council of Mongolia

Email: tsogtsaikhan@judcouncil.mn

 

 


Extracted from the Law on Court Administration...

 

Article 18. Power of the Judicial General Council Chairman

 

18.1. Chairperson of the General Council shall exercise the following powers:

18.1.1. Provide general management of the administrative office of the General Council;

18.1.2. Represent the General Council, and communicate with the President, the State Great Khural /Parliament/, the Government on matters pertaining to its Own powers;

18.1.3. Address the position of the General Council at the plenary and the Standing committee sessions of the State Great Khural /Parliament/ and the Cabinet sessions and have it decided upon;

18.1.4. Convene, preside, and organize the preparations of the General Council sessions, and undertake measures to implement the decisions;

18.1.5. Monitor enforcement of the General Council’s decisions;

18.1.6. Nominate a candidate for the executive secretary of the administrative office of the General Council, as well as for the chief of court secretariats;

18.1.7. The chairperson of the General Council shall act as the general budget manager for the administrative office of the general council, as well as for courts of provincial, capital city, soum and/or inter-soum, district and specialized courts;

 18.1.8. Present and introduce the work reports of the General Council on annual basis to the President;

 18.1.9. Convey and submit the work reports to the courts at all levels,

 18.1.10. Inform a proposal on either releasing or removing the General Council member on the grounds prescribed by Article 19 of this Law within ten working days since of such circumstances have arisen, to the authority that nominated that member,

18.1.11. Other powers as prescribed by law.

18.2. The chairperson of the General Council shall have the guarantees and privileges equivalent to that of a member of the government when exercising his/her powers.

18.3. During a temporary absence of the chairperson of the General Council, the most senior member by age shall act as ad interim.

18.4. Chairperson of the General Council shall issue the orders within his/her power. 


 

Article 17. Powers of the General Council members

17.1. Members of the General Council shall exercise the following powers:

17.1.1. Be responsible for the functions within the framework of the General Council mandate;

17.1.2. Propose specific issues for consideration at the General Council sessions;

17.1.3. Participate in the General Council sessions with voting rights;

17.1.4. Ensure the implementation of the General Council decisions;

17.1.5. Convene sessions for the General Council;

17.1.6. Other powers as prescribed by law.

17.2. Salary amounts for the Chairperson and the members of the Judicial General Council shall be set forth by the State Great Khural /Parliament/.