Dubai Judicial Institute ties with DQG
Dubai, December 23, 2008
Dubai Quality Group (DQG) announced that the Dubai Judicial Institute has recently joined the Group as an investor partner.
Dubai Judicial Institute offers training in the field of legal studies to students aspiring to become distinguished judges and public prosecutors.
The Institute seeks to promote the principle of transparency, raise the standards of the judiciary and encourage promising and qualified UAE nationals to take up high positions in the judiciary system.
It also provides opportunities for practical training in judicial sectors as well as legal consultancy and advice to various companies in both the public and private sectors in the UAE. Furthermore, conducting detailed research studies in the field of law is also one of the functions of the Institute, which was established in 1996.
As a DQG partner, the Institute can benefit from benchmarking studies in the legal and judicial fields.
“The Institute plays a major role by offering high quality training programmes to legal practitioners in Dubai and focusing on implementing quality regulations, and we believe that becoming a strategic partner of DQG will perfectly complement the Institute’s goals,” said Marwan Al Sawaleh, chairman of DQG.
'DQG's expertise and knowledge in developing strategies and procedures that will certainly benefit our organisation,' said Dr Jamal Al-Sumaiti, director general of Dubai Judicial Institute.
DQG is the premier driving force in a countrywide initiative that aims to improve the UAE’s business environment through enhanced quality standards.-TradeArabia News Service
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