Core Functions OJSPTLRI

Functions of  Oromia Justice Sector Professionals Training and Legal Research Institute 
The major activities of the Institute can be broadly categorized into two core processes: legal training and consultancy services on the one hand and legal research and publication services on the other. The training core process is aims at helping the justice sector professionals adhere to the highest standards of personal and official conduct and acquire the skills, knowledge and attitude required to perform their responsibilities fairly, correctly and efficiently. This process has two forms of training programs: initial /pre-service/ training and in-service training. By the initial training, which presupposes a technical training mainly of practical skills, the Institute trains judges and prosecutors who will be operational on leaving this initial training program. Beyond that, the training program also focuses on the essential ethical and attitudinal underpinnings the judges and prosecutors are to be steeped in to hold the position of judge or prosecutor. On the other hand, the Institute gives in-service trainings. The goals assigned to in-service training include: refreshing or updating knowledge and skills, keeping abreast of changes in legislation and practice, preparing for the performance of new duties, sharing good practices and promoting self development, providing a forum for reflectionon important issues, etc. This training has two forms: short term in-service training which lasts for five days and long-term in-service training which extends up to five months.
The research process, on the other hand, is aimed at conducting researches to achieve and preserve a systematic, uniform and effective justice delivery system in the region. The research process has also begun publishing a yearly Law Journal- entitled Oromia Law Journal.

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