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  • Ahmed Saleh

Summer development program ends for Board of Grievances judges and employees

Riyadh, August 11, 2023, The highly anticipated summer development program, which was made available to a select group of judges and employees from the esteemed Board of Grievances, has recently reached its successful conclusion. This program, held at the prestigious Case Western Reserve University in the United States, was carried out in accordance with the memorandum of understanding (MoU) that had been previously established between the Board of Grievances and the university. In a month-long event organized by a distinguished team of law professors at the university, participants were treated to a comprehensive program. This immersive experience featured a range of training packages, enlightening lectures, engaging daily discussion panels, and a thought-provoking debate on various legal topics. Notably, the discussions delved into administrative law, exploring its definitions, structures, and unique characteristics in the United States of America. The program also shed light on the powers vested in administrative law while drawing parallels between the administrative judiciaries of Saudi Arabia and the United States. Furthermore, participants had the opportunity to explore the inner workings of the Saudi administrative judiciary and its modern legislation, alongside insightful discussions on international and civil legal matters. In a groundbreaking development, a new program has emerged that aims to provide advanced qualifications in the fields of law and the judiciary. This program is the first of its kind, offering a unique opportunity to delve into the intricacies of the legal system and its impact on the administrative judiciary in the Kingdom. Notably, it seeks to enhance the mechanisms and performance of the judiciary while also facilitating the dissemination of exemplary Saudi judicial practices on a global scale. In a groundbreaking development, the Board of Grievances has taken a significant stride towards fostering a long-term partnership with Case Western University American Reserve. This momentous collaboration, as outlined in the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed by both parties, marks the initiation of a program aimed at leveraging their mutual ties to exchange valuable scientific experiences. The primary objective of this initiative is to enhance the knowledge, capabilities, and skills of the judicial and administrative personnel of both entities. This strategic move underscores the board's commitment to harnessing international academic institutions as a means to further develop their collective understanding and expertise.

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