Mr Abdelkrim DJADI
Director General of the High School of Magistracy, advisor at the Supreme Court, graduated from the National School of Administration – judicial section in 1989, holder of a degree in business law from the French National School of Magistracy and a diploma in fighting cybercrime from the USA and a train the trainer’s diploma from the French National School of Magistracy.
As a judge : He held several positions, starting as Examining Magistrate at the tribunals of Blida and El Affroun, then as Delegated Magistrate at the Cabinet of the Minister of Justice, where he was in charge of monitoring counterterrorism cases at the Courts of Justice, in addition to monitoring economic cases at the Examining Offices. He was appointed Deputy Director of Sentences Implementation and Grace Measures at the Ministry of Justice, then Public Prosecutor at the Tribunal of Bir Mourad Rais, then First Deputy Public Prosecutor at the Court of Algiers, where he was in charge of extradition cases from London and international legal assistance and special cases, as well as the Communication Unit at the same Court.
He was appointed deputy director of prospective and organisation at the General Directorate for the Modernisation of Justice at the Ministry of Justice, then chief Prosecutor at the Court of Guelma, then Chief Prosecutor at the Court of Taref, then appointed in 2020 as Director General of the High School of Magistracy.
As an Expert :
Mr. Djadi was appointed as a founding member of the Financial Intelligence Unit (Ministry of Finance) for a period of six years. The said unit is in charge of countering money laundering and terrorism financing, he then became an international assessment expert with the GAFIMOAN ” Groupe d’Action Financière pour le Moyen-Orient et l’Afrique du Nord ” (Evaluation of the anti-money laundering and financing of terrorism systems in Jordan, Lebanon, the Republic of Djibouti and the Republic of Yemen), he also took part in the works of the expert commissions of the International Monetary Fund held on the same topic.
As a Trainer :
Throughout his professional career, Mr. Djadi has trained magistracy students in several subjects: criminal procedures, bankruptcy and judicial settlement, civil status, public prosecution, examining magistrates, corruption crimes, etc.
He has also given more than 200 lectures at the national level and several training courses for magistrates working in courts on organised crime, international judicial mutual assistance, new investigative techniques, business criminal law, international trade, countering money laundering and terrorism financing and countering cybercrime.
At the international level, Mr. Djadi conducted training sessions for the IMF for magistrates and executives of the Financial Intelligence Centre in Kuwait, as well as for executives from African countries in Tunisia, and sessions for diplomats on fighting corruption at the “Institute of Diplomatic Studies”, He also gave lectures on organised crime in Monaco, on money laundering typologies for the AMF in Abu-Dhabi, on refugee rights for the High Commissioner for Refugees in Cairo and on the independence of the judiciary for the Arab Magistrates and Lawyers Association in Cairo.
Moreover, he participated in several commissions for the preparation of draft laws at the Ministry of Justice such as the Code of Criminal Procedures, the anti-corruption law, the anti-money laundering law and the financing of terrorism and chaired the National Commission for Judicial Mapping.