Greek Ministry of Justice, Transparency & Human Rights Reviews

Updated Oct 12, 2021

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  1. 5.0
    Former Intern, more than 1 year

    Great Opportunity and Experience

    Oct 12, 2021 - Law Intern in Athens
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    Pros

    Real duties, nice working environment, team spirit, you will gain experience in financial issues, public procurement and contracts, administrative tasks etc.

    Cons

    Your role and duties are mainly administrative and financial, if you want to become a lawyer maybe it's better to look for an internship in a law office or a law firm.

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  2. 3.0
    Current Intern

    great way to learn and adquire practical skills

    Apr 21, 2021 - Internship in Athens
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    Pros

    knowledge, contacts, great way to learn and adquire practical skills in law

    Cons

    bit aggresive and highly competitive environment, being a woman does not help either

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  3. 3.0
    Current Employee

    Administrative Justice

    Mar 1, 2021 - Administrative Law Judge in Athens
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    Pros

    Security, flexibility, stability, free time

    Cons

    work at home, added responsibilities

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  4. 1.0
    Former Employee, more than 1 year

    prefer other ministries

    Sep 11, 2019 - Computer Systems Engineer in Greece, NY
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    Pros

    good work life balance payment on time 10 days off every summer

    Cons

    they don't want to move to digital era in 2018 they hired 150 computer scientists enhance courts' business processes and finally turned them to secretaries (data entry, paper work etc) high school degree managers (with out MBA / qualifications) cannot manage fully qualified personnel with master degrees and PhDs secondary school executives managed to get all rights of university executives (for no apparent reason, justo politics) practical computer technicians (with out degrees / qualifications) don't let qualified personnel (master + phd degrees in computing, business administration) take over and enhance productivity

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  5. 3.0
    Current Employee, less than 1 year

    No meritocracy in Greek public sector

    Aug 21, 2017 - Anonymous Employee 
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    Pros

    Stable payments at least for now...

    Cons

    Politics and no salary raisings until only god knows when....

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  6. 4.0
    Current Employee

    Not a career opportunity

    Aug 21, 2015 - Anonymous Employee 
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    Pros

    The stability of keeping your job until your pension

    Cons

    So few people to do so much work

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  7. 3.0
    Current Employee, more than 8 years

    Lot of human potentiality, but lack of organisation

    Mar 18, 2013 - Judge in Thessaloníki
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    Pros

    Still an honour to work for the Greek Ministry of Justice as a judge, part of the jurisdictional system of Greece, salary is allways on time and you're highly respected in the greek society.

    Cons

    Severe organisation problems, lack of employees (judges and officials) and huge cut offs of the salaries.

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