Judiciary Administration and Court Management

Pretoria
22 July to 2 August
Pretoria
19 August to 30 August
Pretoria
4 November to 15 November
Pretoria
9 December to 20 December
Kigali -Rwanda
1 July to 12 July
Kigali -Rwanda
5 August to 16 August
Kigali -Rwanda
2 September to 13 September
Kigali -Rwanda
30 September to 11 October
Overview: 

The important nature of Judiciary Administration and Court Management prompts the need for a training

and refresher convocation to reanalyze the effectiveness of the current systems with the aim of aligning to

dynamics of the world.

Traditionally concerned with overseeing budgets, assigning judges to cases, creating court

calendar of activities, and supervising non-judicial personnel has been found wanting in terms of systems

evaluation and input. The operations of Court administrators, or clerks of the court which currently include

accepting the filing of court documents, maintaining a filing system of cases and a record of all final

judgments, and process paperwork generated by judges have been found wanting in terms of dynamics to

meet demands of the clientele. Ignorance of the products offered by the system regards gender in the

courts, ensuring diversity in the court system including Victim Friendly Courts and their functionality and

providing easier access to the courts for persons representing themselves without an attorney (pro

se or pro per or pro deo litigants) needs to be dealt with by developing strategic tools building awareness in

these areas. Certification of court interpreters for testimony given in languages other than English needs

unveiling as this is one of the major functions determined by the administration as a measure to curb

information distortion to unsuspecting citizens. The aspects dealt with through judicial administration and

court management make it necessary for the convening of this systems personnel together with

stakeholders in conduct with this system to make a closer analysis of the operations of the system and at

the same time develop tools of evaluation and strategy towards formulating a more effective system

.Measures to face current and future challenges, and the long-term vision, objectives and strategies of the

administration will also be an area for consideration  

ATI has created a professional and ideal platform to deliver valuable training and brainstorm through the system at the same time develop strategies and share experiences across the Continent of Africa. Our esteemed delegates will have an opportunity to network and embrace valuable contributions from other legal minds

Target Audience: 

The course is designed for Managers of Judiciary System, Judges, Magistrates Court Administrators and their junior staff, Court Interpreters , Legal Practitioners in early stages of practice , Non Governmental  Organizations in conduct with the system and any other stakeholders who access the system and need to increase their efficiency by getting a deeper understanding of how the judiciary and the Court System is administered and managed

Course Outcomes: 

 

Upon completing this workshop, the delegates should be able to:

 

  • Demystify the administration of the Judiciary and management of the court
  • Understand the diversity of the operations as aligned to the vision , mission and objectives
  • Demonstrate the ability to apply relevant and skills development  in managing and administering of the system
  • Assess performance of the current administrative and management systems through brainstorming and gap identification relevant to their areas of operations.
  • Understand administrative and managerial dynamics of the system coping up with current standards
  • Understand  procedures in the system and determine the effectiveness of continuous professional development bringing relevance to  on job trainings
  • Develop strategies of improving administrative and managerial strategies relevant to the vision and objectives of the judiciary and courts creating a stakeholder sense of ownership of the system