Papua New Guinea Centre for Judicial Excellence (PngCJE)

CALL FOR PAPERS

NATIONAL CONFEENCE ON THE JUDICIAL DEVELEOPMENT OF THE UNDERLYING LAW

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  "ADMINISTRATIVE LAW"

The National Judiciary and the Constitutional Law Reform Commission (CLRC) are co-hosting the third annual national conference on the development of the underlying law. The conference will  be held on 27th and 28th November 2017, at the Gateway Hotel, Port Moresby.

Future conferences on judicial development of the underlying law will be run along law subjects or topics that are arranged in alphabetical order. This conference which is the first of the topic-based conferences will be conducted on "Administrative Law".

The Judiciary is the third arm of the Government of the Independent State of Papua New Guinea. The high Courts of the Judiciary comprise the Supreme and National Courts whose core function is to hear and dispose of cases that come before them. Easy access to judicial services by the people at all levels of the community is one of the Judiciary’s main mission statements stated in the Judiciary’s Corporate Plan 2006 – 2010 and the Judiciary’s Corporate Plan 2011-2015. The Judiciary’s Corporate Plan is designed to operate within and to give effect to the governments planning priorities as set out in Vision 2050 and Medium Term Plans to bring effective service delivery to all levels of the community.