73 law students undergo workshop

73 law students from the Legal Training Institute are undergoing the Commercial Litigation Law and Advocacy Workshop.

The workshop is designed to introduce the student’s aspects of modern commercial litigation practice with the final day devoted to aspects of modern criminal law practice and ethics.

The 2017 LTI students now join over 400 other students who have successfully completed the workshop since 2013.

The workshop is also to meet a need identified by the Chief Justice Sir Salamo Injia for persons entering the legal profession to be better equipped to serve the needs of Papua New Guinea’s developing economy.

Delivered by a volunteer training team from the Queensland Bar Association, the workshop will end today.

Carolyn Ure