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About the International Organization for Judicial Training The International Organization for Judicial Training (IOJT) was established in 2002 in order to promote the rule of law by supporting the work of judicial education institutions around the world. The mission of the IOJT is realized through international and regional conferences and other exchanges that provide opportunities for judges and judicial educators to discuss strategies for establishing and developing training centers, designing effective curricula, developing faculty capacity, and improving teaching methodology.
JUDICIAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING Journal of the International Organization for Judicial Training The journal Judicial Education and Training publishes topical articles on
the education and training of judges and justice sector professionals
around the world.
This journal aims to stimulate a community of learning in judicial
education by showcasing selected papers presented to the biennial
conferences of the International Organization for Judicial Training
(IOJT). Additionally, it solicits original research, practical experience,
and critical analysis on issues and trends in judicial education. It
also provides a medium for informed discussion, the exchange of
professional experience, and the development of knowledge in judicial
education for a global readership.
Contributions are invited from chief justices and senior judges, judicial
educators and academic researchers with an interest in this field.
Earlier issues of this online journal may be found at: