JIFA is always willing to share materials and on request, help develop courses for judiciaries. Should you be interested in using some of our materials please contact us ( make this clickable through to my email address)
At each course we provide delegates with the opportunity to choose relevant JUTA law books up to the value of R1000 so that judicial libraries back home can be resourced. They are encouraged to share the books with colleagues.
We also can provide POCKET LAW which is a database of African caselaw and legislation ( as curated on the 15 Legal Information Institutes that we partner with ) which is available in an offline environment and can be updated when there is access to the internet.
VIRTUAL RESEARCH CLERKS – can you put this info under quick links on the home page and also under resources . There is an existing blurb on the left column of the newsletter you can just cut and paste.
Can you put all those constitutions under a subtab to neaten things up?