Thu, 06 Aug 2020 11:17 - Updated Thu, 06 Aug 2020 11:16
Judge advocates more "practical classes" for future magistrates
Luanda - The Counsellor Judge of the Constitutional Court, Luzia Sebastião, considered it fundamental that the training of magistrates in Angola should have a more practical and less theoretical basis, in order to allow these professionals to be better prepared for the work they will perform.
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Counsellor Judge of the Constitutional Court, Luzia Sebastião (file)
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"The training of magistrates is very theoretical and therefore our thinking is to make it more practical," stressed the magistrate during an interview with the Angolan Public Television (TPA).
The lawyer argues that the National Institute of Judicial Studies (INEJ), the only one that trains magistrates in the country, needs to have resident trainers and that they have, in the Institute, their main activity, this in order to have time to prepare the study subjects.
According to Luzia Sebastião, INEJ relies on university study materials, which she considers a repetition of what has already been studied at the university.
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