The Raponda-Walker Foundation for Science and Culture, a foundation, organizes on the 21st and 22nd JulyThe Fifth An edition of the Libreville Legal Seminar (SJL) under Theme : Courts and Judgments. A meeting that records the participation of rights men from different backgrounds.
Since a legal standard is not “one” in its substance, form or nature, it is always appropriate to question its organization, structure, procedures and authors in order to gauge the developments of law both at the state and international level. Lawyers, academics, legal practitioners and law students gather July 21-22 at BGFI Business School, at the initiative of the Raponda-Walker Foundation for Science and Culture, to discuss the problem of ‘courts and judgments’, at the local, sub-regional, continental and international levels.
As part of the fifth edition of the Libreville Legal Symposium, this high-level scholarly work will focus on four main themes: the splendor and misery of international courts and tribunals; the splendor and misery of the provincial and sub-regional courts and tribunals; Courts and Tribunals: Opportunities and Constraints on Access to Justice, Transitional Justice, and Other Types of Courts and Verdicts.
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