East African Court of Justice: Customised Training on the EAC Treaty and Common Market Protocol
ILI-ACLE hosted nine judges and the Deputy Registrar of the East African Court of Justice (EACJ). The one-week customised programme entitled, Interpreting the Rights and Freedoms in the EAC Treaty and Common Market Protocol and Managing Choice of Law, aimed to bridge the common law and civil law traditions of the judges comprising the EACJ and fostered the Court’s understanding of the rights and freedoms set forth in the EAC Treaty and Protocols. This programme addressed some the core responsibilities of the court, which as an organ of the EAC, ensures the observance of law in the interpretation and application of and compliance with the EAC Treaty.
Client: East African Court of Justice
Project Dates: May 27 – 31 2013