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The Centre for Judicial Studies (CJS) specialises in legal/judicial development and reform.  We provide services to courts, governments, universities, law firms and major donors around the world.*  Our range of specialist services are designed to improve the organizational and professional effectiveness of law and justice service providers,  and include:

  • Law, justice and development policy advice
  • Strategic design and planning
  • Law and justice program management
  • Program monitoring and evaluation
  • Dr. Livingston Armytage, founding director of CJS, is a globally acknowledged expert in justice reform and author of the following books:

    Reforming Justice
    Cambridge University Press
    2012
    Searching for Success in Judicial Reform
    Oxford University Press
    2009
    Educating Judges
    Kluwer/Brill
    1996


    Sample the book



    Sample the book



    Sample the book

    Harvard Kennedy School Seminar October 2012        
    Lowy Lecture July 2012

    Our Mission


    The Centre for Judicial Studies improves the lives of people in developing countries by reforming their justice systems.

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    The Centre consults extensively around the world, working with numerous international agencies such as the World Bank, the Asian Development Bank, the United Nations Development Programme, (UNDP), the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), and the Australian Agency for International Development. The Centre also consults to many leading institutions in the Australian legal sector including courts and tribunals, the Australian Law Reform Commission, HREOC, the Judicial Commission, national law firms, law societies and bar associations, the Aboriginal Legal Service, university law schools, and legal practice courses.

     

    *The Centre for Judicial Studies Pty Ltd is incorporated as a proprietary company by the Australian Securities & Investment Commission (ACN 088 423 394), and is registered in the Australian Business Register (ABN 77 088 423 394).

     
     
     

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