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Judges' secretariats

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Each judge of the Court has a secretariat. The secretariat of a judge consists of a counselor and a legal assistant to the judge.

A judge's counselor is an official of the Court who provides information and analytical support to the judge.
A judge's counselor performs the following functions:

- prepares an analysis of the law enforcement practice of international courts, courts of the EAEU member states, third countries on the subject of an application (application for clarification), complaint;
- prepares proposals on the need to involve specialists, appoint an expert appraisal, form a specialised group, send requests in accordance with paragraph 55 of the Statute of the Court, join and rejoin claims and take other actions to prepare the case for consideration by the Court, and prepares draft documents;
- prepares a report on the materials of the case;
- assists the judge in preparing the case for consideration;
- prepares the sessions of the Court, other events with the participation of the judge, documents and other materials considered at the sessions of the Court, and within other events with the participation of the judge, makes appropriate proposals;
- ensures constructive interaction of the secretariat of the judge with the Secretariat of the Court, the secretariats of other judges;
- participates in holding international conferences, round tables, scientific and practical seminars on the activities of the Court, law of the Union, legal regulation of regional economic integration.

A judge's counselor must be of high moral character, be an experienced specialist in the field of international law and (or) foreign economic activity.

A legal assistant to the judge is an employee of the Court who provides organizational support for the activities of a judge.

A legal assistant to the judge performs the following functions:

- prepares materials on the judicial practice of international courts, courts of the EAEU member states and states that are not members of the EAEU;
- prepares proposals on the need for consultations with specialists, the appointment of an expert appraisal;
- assists the judge in preparing the case for consideration;
- provides organizational, legal, informational and other support to the judge;
- participates in the preparation of documents and other materials for reports, speeches of the judge at the sessions of the Court, other events with the participation of the judge;
- forms the case materials with the preparation of an inventory of documents, notifies the persons participating in the dispute about the place and time of the court session, preliminarily checks the appearance of the persons participating in the dispute, ensures that the participants in the process familiarize themselves with the materials of the case, and receive copies of the acts of the Court, keeps and draws up the protocol of the court session, ensuring the completeness and authenticity of its content, keeps the case materials during the trial;
- ensures the procedural activities of the judge, prepares draft documents;
- takes part in the preparation of materials for the plenary sessions of the Court, other events with the participation of the judge, the preparation of draft decisions of the plenary sessions of the Court and other documents that are under consideration by the judge;
- ensures the interaction of the judge with the media, prepares reports, speeches, publications of the judge;
- performs other duties to ensure the activities of a judge.

A legal assistant to the judge is usually a secretary of the court session.