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User Training for Web-Based Legal Library
The European Union under the Accountability, Rule of Law and Anti-corruption Programme (ARAP) is supporting the Judicial Service of Ghana and other stakeholders to establish a Web-based Legal Library. This is to help in combating the difficulties in accessing key laws, court judgments and related judicial documents for and by the Bench at all levels of the court hierarchy, the Bar and other stakeholders for efficient and effective justice delivery.
The Council for Law Reporting which was not in the conception of the web-based library was later brought on board considering their mandate to provide Ghana Law Reports for the web library. Under this collaboration, the Judicial Service will provide the content which is the raw judgments delivered by the Superior Courts for upload unto the web library software for the Council for Law Reporting to further develop them into Law reports.
The EU/ARAP has provided both Institutions with the necessary equipment for the web-based library to be up and running. Given that the web-based library cannot be launched without any data, it has become necessary for the relevant personnel to be trained on the use of the system to enable them to load content onto the system.
Web-Based Legal Library
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