Transformation Framework
& The Metrics for Measuring

Conference 2016

  1. Overview
  2. Programme
  3. Gallery
  4. Delegates
  5. Exhibitors
  6. Exhibition Opportunities
DAY ONE (18 August 2016)
08:30 Registration
09:00 Introduction
09:15 The imperative for the Judiciary to improve the quality of justice and judicial performance
10:00 Morning Refreshments
10:15 Judiciary transformation framework and the need to build a data collection tool where performance is continuously and scientifically measured
11:00 Best practice in improving the performance of the Judiciary
11:45 Innovation in monitor cases and measuring judicial performance
12:30 Lunch
14:00 Open data for open justice: a case study of the Judiciary from selected countries
14:45 Justice and technological innovation
15:30 Afternoon Refreshments
15:45 Grappling with the metrics for measuring judicial performance and effectiveness
16:30 Panel Discussion
17:00 End of Day 1
DAY TWO (19 August 2016)
09:00 Introduction
09:15 Transforming the courts and its determinants
10:00 Morning Refreshments
10:15 Best practices in judicial independence, enhance judicial competencies and performance
11:00 Developing systematic processes to collect and analyze data to monitor and measure judicial performance
11:45 New breakthrough to facilitate knowledge sharing and information dissemination amongst judges and judicial officers
12:30 Lunch
14:00 Judicial evaluation programme and improving the performance of individual judges and judicial officers
14:45 Performance-based budgeting and management of judicial courts
15:30 Afternoon Refreshments
15:45 Blueprint for the security of judicial information
16:30 Panel Discussion
17:00 End of Conference

Judiciary transformation framework as an innovative tool to monitor cases and measure judicial performance in order to improve the quality of justice and the performance of judicial courts

With the increased internationalization of business operations and commercial transactions, it is inevitable that the Judiciary will be called upon to resolve increasingly complex cross-border disputes. This will bring with it several unique challenges. Courts will likely be faced to grapple with increasingly complex cases, many of the cases are highly technical, touching on matters which are not confined to the law. Therefore, there is a need for judges and judicial officers to broaden their horizons, in order to enhance judicial competencies, improve the quality of justice and the performance of courts. As such, this conference focuses significantly on developing a model of continuing judicial education which builds competence and facilitates discussion on governance structure, strategic and sharing of perspectives and experiences to consolidate best practices in judicial independence and improve access to justice. Sufficient time has been set aside for sharing of perspective and experiences, as well as an opportunity to establish robust partnerships to enhance the Judiciary transformation innovation and pedagogical effectiveness. In addition, discussion will take a closer look at strengthening knowledge management framework, including innovation to facilitate knowledge sharing and information dissemination amongst judges and judicial officers that has great bearing on judicial performance and effectiveness, as well as discussion on the benefits of measuring the effectiveness of the Judiciary in order to improve the delivery of justice and accountability.