Fourth Six-Day Training Course on “Judgment Writing” to commence from 03 December 2012

The fourth batch of 25 Civil Judge/Judicial Magistrate will commence on 03 December, 2012, at the KP Judicial Academy. The six day course is the fourth in a series of total 17 trainings. Like the previous three similar trainings, this one will also be supported by the UNDP. The main aim of the training course is to sensitize Judicial Officers to the grey areas of judgment writing. They are, for example, improvement in linguistic skills and proper appreciation of fact, law and evidence. Besides, the course also caters for other needs, such as, knowledge of the best practices across the world, Islamic perspective of judgment writing and perception lock vis-à-vis judicial decision making. The services of high profile resource persons are being hired to ensure quality. The methodology is mainly interactive, participatory and learning by doing. The Chief Justice of the Peshawar High Court/ Chairman of the Board of Governors of the Academy is expected to visit the Academy at tea break time for a brief interaction with the participants and a group photograph.


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