The High School of Justice is a member of several international organizations. In 2014, important steps were made by the High School of Justice in terms of strengthening international relations.
The High School of Justice is a member of the International Organization for Judicial Training (IOJT) and an observer member of the European Judicial Training Network (EJTN). The School is also a member of the Lisbon Network.
The purpose of the International Organization for Judicial Training (IOJT) is to support the work of judicial educational institutions and strengthen them in order to promote the rule of law around the world. IOJT provides opportunities for judges and judicial educators to discuss issues related to judicial training by organizing conferences on various issues as well as conducting exchange programs.
The vision of the European Judicial Training Network (EJTN) is to help foster a common legal and judicial European culture by strong cooperation between judges and other lawyers across Europe.
The members of the EJTN are judicial institutions established in EU states. Membership with an observer status might be granted by the General Assembly to the judicial institutions established only in the countries in the process of accession to the EU. In spite of the fact that Georgia is not in the process of accession to the EU yet, the General Assembly of the EJTN has unanimously accepted the HSoJ as an observer member. With the result of this success, sitting as well as future judges and other court officials will be able to participate in various events organized by the EJTN, including seminars and exchange programs conducted in European countries.
The Lisbon Network was established in 1995 as part of the legal co-operation program of the Council of Europe. The purpose of the network is promote strong cooperation between judicial and prosecutors training institutions across Europe as well as exchange information on matters of common interest and to support further development of judicial training institutions in central and eastern European countries.