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Justice attends Dubai International Court



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Ministry of Justice was represented by Sheikh Sultan Bin Matar Al Azizi, Secretary-General of the Legal and International Cooperation Bureau, who was present at the Supreme Court Innovation Innovation Conference in Dubai, UAE, in partnership with the Executive Committee of the Ministry of Justice and the DIFC Court. The conference discussed a number of topics, such as judicial excellence in the areas of governance, judicial leadership and challenges, court and cooperative tribunal strategies in improving access to governance and justice in the current era,
And develops future courts in terms of administration and technology by improving the mechanism of the judicial system and the future and managing the courts of disputes in light of technological development. The meeting sought to adopt an international framework for court excellence through attracting eminent judicial officials, academics, civil and government sector representatives, and other legal members. Discussing issues related to trends in judicial excellence.

2018-11-10

Ministry of Justice was represented by Sheikh Sultan Bin Matar Al Azizi, Secretary-General of the Legal and International Cooperation Bureau, who was present at the Supreme Court Innovation Innovation Conference in Dubai, UAE, in partnership with the Executive Committee of the Ministry of Justice and the DIFC Court. The conference discussed a number of topics, such as judicial excellence in the areas of governance, judicial leadership and challenges, court and cooperative tribunal strategies in improving access to governance and justice in the current era,
And develops future courts in terms of administration and technology by improving the mechanism of the judicial system and the future and managing the courts of disputes in light of technological development. The meeting sought to adopt an international framework for court excellence through attracting eminent judicial officials, academics, civil and government sector representatives, and other legal members. Discussing issues related to trends in judicial excellence.


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