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judicial

(joo-dish′ăl) [L. judicalis, pert. to law courts, judicial]
Pert. to a judgement at law, or to the administration of law or of justice, or to the judiciary or judges.
judicially (′ă-lē)
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Mulk appreciated the efforts of past and present management of the KP Judicial Academy for their valuable contribution towards development of Judicial Academy and ensuring quality training of the newly inducted judicial officers.
Jamal Al Sumaiti, Director General of Dubai Judicial Institute, commented: "We launched the Ambassador Programme to offer our excellence in legal training to international students, and to give them an opportunity to visit the UAE and learn about the evolution of the country's judicial system at first hand.
Chancellor Al Kuwari emphasised keenness of the Supreme Judicial Council on upgrading the judicial system in Bahrain so as to boost comprehensive economic development and serve the strategic goal of Bahrain Economic Vision 2030.
The meeting comes at the beginning of the 15th judicial year of the age of the judicial authority, whose foundations were laid by His Majesty Sultan Qaboos Bin Said who believes in the importance of the judicial institutions in this dear country.
But the accused has been struck by the wonder of a different kind: in the absence of a judicial official, a vacant court cannot conduct any
"Civil monitoring of the judicial reform shows that involvement of other political branches in the reform is the most damaging for its progress and judicial system itself," the statement said.
Participants in the conference called for continuing the process of judicial reform and developing work at the legislation and state issues departments.
The book is sweeping, covering debates over judicial organization and selection from the Jeffersonian era to the present.
This is not because the crisis hit harder in judicial states; both judicial and non-judicial delinquency rates peaked at the same time--January 2010--and at similar levels-10.5 percent and 10.6 percent, respectively.
The issue before the court is whether it is appropriate to grant judicial immunity to the Liquidator.
of Cambridge, England) bring together an international group of academics, judges, and legal practitioners in order to examine the culture of judicial independence, the conceptual foundations of judicial independence, issues of accountability, and practical challenges to judicial independence.
"Judicial Accountability Bill, in its present form, is inadequate.