The Center of Legal and Judicial Studies at the Ministry of Justice announced the launch of the training plan for the year 2023. It includes 95 training courses for all legal groups, targeting all jurists in ministries, government institutions and other entities. The training plan also targets judges, judge assistants, members of the prosecution and assistant prosecutors, lawyers under training, judicial police officers, experts, real estate brokers, and other legal categories.
According to the training needs of governmental and non-governmental agencies in the country, including its proposals for nominations for legal employees or workers in the legal sector. The ministry indicated that the registration process for the various courses will be carried out through Mawared system for jurists in Qatar, while the nomination form for training will be filled out through the ministry's website and sent to the Center of Legal and Judicial Studies in an official letter to entities not linked to the Mawared system.
Director of the Centre of Legal and Judicial Studies Dr Saleh Ali al-Fadala explained that the training plan for the specialised courses for the year 2023 came within the framework of the vision of the Ministry of Justice and the assignment of HE Minister of Justice Masoud bin Mohamed al-Amri, to the centre to prepare a model plan that contributes to the modernisation and development of the legal system, and provide it with qualified and well-trained national cadres that enable it to possess the forefront of science and legal knowledge using the latest training methods and technology in this field.
He added that work is underway to prepare training programs in all areas of the ministry's work, and its competence is to train occupants of legal positions in government agencies, with the aim of developing their capabilities and practical skills, and keeping pace with the legislative renaissance that was established with the presence of the first elected Shura Council. He noted that seminars and workshops will be organised during the year 2023 that meet the aspirations of the legal and legislative sector, with the aim of shedding light on new laws and legislation.
For her part, the Assistant Director of the Center of Legal and Judicial Studies for Training Nada Jassim al-Abduljabbar said that the preparation of the training plan for 2023 came within the framework of activating the programs of specialised legal courses and preparatory legal courses in co-ordination with the legal partners and the trainees employers in Qatar, in order to raise the quality of the outputs and meet the training needs for government institutions and supports the Qatari labour market with qualified Qatari legal competencies in various disciplines.
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