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Court set for virtual hearings starting next week with the Appellate Division

East African Court of Justice, 15 May 2020:  The Appellate Division will resume Sessions via Video Conference next week. This...
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Court to rollout online hearings in May 2020 after test run

East African Court of Justice, 27 April, 2020:  The East African Court Justice (EACJ) through a video conference held an...
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Congratulations to the newly appointed Judges of the East African Court of Justice, that is Hon. Justice Dr. Gacuko Leonard of the First Instance Division, from the Republic of Burundi and Hon. Justice Cheborion Barishaki of the Appellate Division, from the Republic of Uganda. Justice Dr. Gacuko replaces Justice Audace Ngiye whose 7 years tenure ended in June 2022 while Justice Cheborion will replace Justice Geoffrey Kiryabwire whose 7 years tenure ends in August 2022.

The 22nd Ordinary Summit of the EAC Heads of State also designated Hon. Justice Dr. Charles Nyawello as Deputy Principal Judge and Hon. Lady Justice Sauda Mjasiri as Vice President of the Court.
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EACJ receives a delegation from UNESCO to operationalize an MoU signed in December 2021. UNESCO to conduct a training for Judges on 24th October 2022 and to participate in the 2nd EACJ Annual Judicial Conference to be held in Uganda. @UNESCO https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=pfbid0v41pewTPbupGVLmsBrXVoET7hDWmiphsm6nsdgz4Wv2ni1KiZ6x2YnmCYV9tqHcSl&id=100064629072050