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Associate Justice Sie-A- Nyene G. Yuoh has extolled James A.A. Pierre Judicial Institute Acting Executive Director Atty. Moses S. Soribah for his outstanding works and vision at the institute.

Located at the Temple of Justice on Capitol Hill in Monrovia, the James A. A. Pierre Judicial Institute (JI) was established in January 2008 with a mandate of training all judicial officers and support staff.

The Institute was established pursuant to Section 21.1 of the Judiciary Law of Liberia with the goal of promoting the highest level of professional standards of integrity, competence, and leadership within the Liberian Judiciary.

It was, among other things, set-up to provide continuous professional judicial training to judicial personnel and other justice sector actors.

Speaking at the third cycle graduation of the institute, Justice Yuoh, who is now the Chairperson of the Board of Governors of the institute, commended the acting JI boss for being very instrumental in the success of training professional magistrates who are to dispense justice in the courts of first instance or Magisterial Courts here.

The JI recently graduated 56 professional magistrates who were trained over a period of one year on how to render justice.“As you may be aware, the JI is currently being headed by an acting executive director, Atty. Soribah whom the board immensely commends for his commitment to the vision and aspiration for the institute,” she said.

Atty. Soribah has served the JI in various capacities ranging from trainer, legal intern in 2010 and now Acting Deputy Executive Director.

He is one the three organizing staffs of the institute. He has additionally served the Judiciary in different capacities, including member of the Board of Governors, Liberian Legal Information Institute in 2016, and recommended to serve with the former Chief Justice, Johnny N. Lewis, in a higher position of Deputy Executive Director of the Judicial Training Institute in 2015, among others.–Press release

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