OPPORTUNITY (1)

9TH SUMMER ACADEMY

AT THE INTERNATIONAL TRIBUNAL FOR THE LAW OF THE SEA

Theme: Promoting Ocean Governance adnd Peaceful Settlement of Disputes

Due date for applications: 30 April 2015

Duration: 26 July to 21 August 2015

Information on the program including the current schedule, admissions requirements and Scholarship details can be found at http://www.iflos.org/en/summer-academy/overview.aspx.

For further information please refer to ‘Summer Academy in a Nutshell’ at http://www.iflos.org/en/summer-academy/in-a-nutshell.aspx.



OPPORTUNITY (2)

Legislative Drafters for Australian Aid Work in Asia - Pacifc Region

Due: 16 March 2015

Project period: 2015 to December 2016

The Australian Attorney-General’s Department is seeking expressions of interest from legislative drafters to undertake aid-funded drafting work in the Asia-Pacific region.

Services required from the drafters are likely to include:

 

  • Drafting legislation for the Asia-Pacific region
  • Consulting with AGD officers and law and justice officers in partner countries on instructions
  • Second counselling the work of AGD drafters
  • Drafting model laws for Pacific island countries
  • Capacity building work with Asia-Pacific drafters to improve their ability to effectively develop and enact legislation.

Interested parties please respond to pacific@ag.gov.au with your contact details.

 


OPPORTUNTIY (3)

Office of Director of Public Prosecutions (ODPP)

NAURU – Public Prosecutor

Due: 20 March 2015 

The ODPP under the supervision of the Secretary for Justice and Border Control is looking to employ a suitable candidate for the role of public prosecutor.

 Under the supervision of the Director, the objective of this role is:-

  • Assist the Director in providing sound legal advice on any assigned work
  • Assess the evidence provided by police and where possible draft memorandums and opinions on obtaining of evidence needed in briefs.
  • Where possible provide updates to the Director and to the Secretary of Justice and Border Control on cases of interest.
  • Assist the director in capacity building with training for relevant stakeholders including police and inter department agencies.

All applications should be addressed as follows: “Public Prosecutor Vacancy”, Attention: Lionel Aingimea’, Secretary for Justice and Border Control Republic of Nauru, email: lionel.aingimea@naurugov.nr

Alternatively please e-mail your resume and covering letter to: The Secretary for Corporate Services: Peta.Gadabu@naurugov.nr or to the Senior GON HR Adviser: maritino.nemani@naurugov.nr

33rd Annual Meeting (2014) Tarawa, Kiribati


 

Pacific Islands Law Officers' Network

PILON is a network of senior public law officers from Pacific Island countries,

including Australia and New Zealand, which focuses on common legal issues

within the Pacific region. PILON was established in 1982 and holds meetings annually.

At the 25th meeting in Kiribati in February 2007, PILON changed its name from the

Pacific Islands Law Officers’ Meeting (PILOM), reflecting members’ desire for

emphasis to be placed on the information-sharing role of the organisation.


The PILON Secretariat is the coordination mechanism for PILON and is

responsible for progressing the PILON Work Plan and assisting with

organisation of the annual meeting. The Secretariat has been based in Apia,

Samoa since early 2011.

In November 2014, Kiribati hosted the 33rd PILON Annual Meeting.

 

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