The rating was published by the High Qualification Commission of Judges of Ukraine on its website, Censor.NET reports.
The High Qualification Commission of Judges approved the rating list of 120 candidates for the posts within the Supreme Court of Ukraine - the judges of cassation, administrative, economic, criminal and civil courts of the Supreme Court in a competition.
"Among the winners, we see professors and teachers from colleges, a judge who volunteered to defend the Donetsk airport, legal activists with experience of working in the European Court for Human Rights, attorneys educated in most prominent international universities. I hope soon they will become new faces of the Ukrainian legislation," head of the Commission Serhii Koziakov said.
The Center for Corruption Prevention said only 20 percent of the nominees that won the contest have no experience of working as a judge.
The nominees list will be offered as a recommendation for appointment of the winners to judges positions in relevant courts of the Supreme Court of Ukraine.
The contest started on Nov. 7, 2016. 1,436 applications were filed, of them 625 were allowed to participate in the assessment.
The contest procedures had been developed and implemented by and with support of Ukrainian and international experts, with support of the EU and USAID.