(MENAFN- The Peninsula)
Doha: The Legal and Judicial Studies Centre at the Ministry of Justice has celebrated the graduation of members of the new mandatory training courses for jurists from various ministries and agencies of the state, and the eleventh mandatory training course for lawyers under training.
The training courses benefited 92 legal professionals, including 13 lawyers who completed their specialised courses for the year 2021 at the Legal and Judicial Studies Centre at the Ministry of Justice.
Minister of Justice H E Masoud bin Mohammed Al Ameri handed the graduates their training certificates, and expressed his delight of the graduation of the new batch.
The Minister said that the new graduates will be a qualitative leap to the state's legal cadres and will support Qatar's legal system in line with Qatar National Vision 2030 in its human development pillar. Her wished the graduates success in their future roles, saying they are cadres capable of carrying out their roles professionally in the different legal fields and specialisations.
The Minister said that the Ministry, represented in the Legal and Judicial Studies Centre, is committed to developing the legal and judicial system in line with the directives of Amir H H Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, especially with the legislative developments in the state that saw the election of the first Shura Council in the history of the State of Qatar.
He said that the Centre will implement a number of programmes that will enhance the government's efforts in promoting the rule of law in line with the systems adopted by the state.
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