Botswana Attorney General’s Chambers: International Commercial Arbitration

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Botswana Attorney General’s Chambers: International Commercial Arbitration

Since 2014, ILI-ACLE has been holding a two-week customised programme in Lesotho on International Commercial Arbitration for officials from the Botswana Attorney General’s Chambers. Drawing upon specific participant and institutional needs, ILI-ACLE develops and refreshes the programme outline and case studies, ensuring a combination of theory and practice.

Client: Attorney General’s Chambers

Project Dates: Annually from 2014

Location: Maseru, Lesotho

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Kenya National Assembly: Mid-Advanced Certificate in Legislative Drafting

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Kenya National Assembly: Mid-Advanced Certificate in Legislative Drafting

ILI-ACLE was requested by the Legal Directorate of the Kenya National Assembly to design and implement an advanced two-week training programme on legislative drafting for their team. Following a brief needs assessment, ILI-ACLE developed the programme taking into account their needs, building in daily practice exercises. The programme also provided the colleagues the opportunity to, together, reflect on issues they face and possible solutions.

Client: Legal Directorate of the Kenya National Assembly

Donor: Kenya National Assembly

Project Dates: January 2016

Location: Mombasa

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Customised Programme: Mid-Advanced Legislative Drafting Seminar

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Customised Programme: Mid-Advanced Legislative Drafting Seminar

A two-week Mid-Advanced Certificate Programme in Legislative Drafting was held in Mombasa, Kenya during the two last weeks of January 2016. This tailor-made seminar had an audience of 14 participants from the Directorate of Legal Affairs of the Kenya National Assembly. It was led by the eminent Hon. Justice Vincent Crabbe. Participants already had undergone legislative drafting training and wanted to enhance these skills with more practical and detailed coverage that addressed some of the challenges they were coming across in their work. Drawing on participant experiences and expectations, ILI-ACLE developed a customised advanced programme that integrated daily practical exercises and discussions that were highly appreciated by the participants.

Client: Kenya National Assembly

Project Dates: January 18 -29, 2016

Location: Mombasa, Kenya

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Uganda Law Council: Project Planning, Management and Implementation

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Uganda Law Council: Project Planning, Management and Implementation

ILI-ACLE held a one-week training for five members of the Law Council touching on tips and best practices in project planning, management and implementation to enhance their skills in the management and implementation of various key projects.

Client: Uganda Law Council

Project Dates: December 2015

Location: Kampala, Uganda

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Zanzibar House of Representatives: Legislative Drafting

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Zanzibar House of Representatives: Legislative Drafting

ILI-ACLE held a one-week customised programme on Legislative Drafting attended by five legal officers from the House of Representatives in Zanzibar. This was the second tailor-made seminar requested by this organisation. For the second programme, participants were able to take a more practical approach in comparison to the initial introductory theory-based course the previous year.

Client: Zanzibar House of Representatives

Project Dates: October 2015

Location: Kampala, Uganda

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JLOS: Social Infrastructure Public-Private Partnerships (PPP) Training and Study T...

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JLOS: Social Infrastructure Public-Private Partnerships (PPP) Training and Study Tour, US

This two-week customised training programme and study tour for 19 high-level officials of the Uganda Justice, Law and Order Sector (JLOS) utilised PPP best practices in the United States as a case study to equip officials in effectively undertaking the procurement processes, management and maintenance in the construction of the JLOS House project. Participants had the opportunity to meet with a cross-section of PPP experts from state and federal government institutions, private transactional law firms, engineering firms and multilateral institutions (the World Bank). They gained various perspectives on best practices in the design, implementation and management of the PPPs and how they can be effectively utilized for social infrastructure projects. Participants also visited an affordable housing project site in Arlington, Virginia, which provided them with an opportunity to see some of these considerations in practice.

Client: Ministry of Justice - Justice Law and Order Secretariat

Donor: March 16 - 27, 2015

Project Dates: Ministry of Justice

Location: Washington, DC, US

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