ADJ Program Hosts Paraguayan Supreme Court Today
Posted: June 20, 2002 at 1:00 am, Last Updated: November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am
The Administration of Justice (ADJ) program hosts a delegation of jurists from Paraguay today, including the presidents of Paraguay’s Supreme Court and Constitutional Court. The delegation is interested in learning about George Mason’s ADJ program and discussing possible training ties between the university and the Paraguayan judiciary. The president of Paraguay’s Supreme Court is also dean of the country’s law school.
Representatives will meet with Jon Gould, assistant director of the ADJ program, and Scott Keeter and Robert Dudley, respectively outgoing and incoming chairs of the Department of Public and International Affairs.
The delegation’s visit follows earlier programs developed by ADJ for jurists from Egypt and Romania. “Over the last two years the Administration of Justice program has expanded its training and technical assistance capabilities overseas, and we are delighted to see our hard work coming to fruition,” says Gould.