DJI outlines training plan, initiatives
Dubai, March 10, 2010
Dubai Judicial Institute (DJI) has launched its training plan and initiatives for 2010 which focus on optimizing judicial practices and enhancing the institute’s reputation as a regional center for legal and judicial excellence.
A leading centre of law studies and judicial training in Dubai, DJI said the conference is part of its strategy to raise more social awareness on general legal and judicial affairs and their significant role in achieving sustainable development.
The 2010 agenda aims to accelerate the development of training and consultancy services in accordance with global trends to firmly establish transparency, promote excellence and innovation within the judicial and legal body, and reinforce the image of Dubai and the UAE in general as a leading international hub for various fields.
DJI director general Dr Jamal AlSumaiti reviewed the key points of DJI’s training plan for 2010 and discussed important initiatives and projects embodied by 118 upcoming events beside the training programs.
'These include a series of training courses; programs for operational efficiency; forums; workshops to be conducted at courts; specialized courses; administrative programs; the conference to mark the silver jubilee of UAE’s Civil Transactions Act; and social awareness programs which tackle crucial issues such as Intellectual Property, child custody rights, citizenship, ethics and other topics.'
Dr AlSumaiti also shed some light on DJI’s training philosophy and the comprehensive approach and methodology the Institute uses to develop programs reflecting the highest international standards.
'We are very eager to reveal our training plan, initiatives and development programs for this year, mainly because we are fully committed to Dubai’s Strategic Plan 2015 and its focus on security, justice and safety.'
'We intend to develop specialized programs that can enhance the potentials of the legal and judicial workforce and broaden awareness on the importance of law in building an integrated knowledge-based society,' he added.-TradeArabia News Service
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