CLE Training events on MRA: 21st and 23rd July 2016

On Saturday 23rd July 2016, the East Africa Law Society concluded its series of sensitization workshops on the proposed Advocates Mutual Recognition agreements when it undertook a CLE training for members of the Zanzibar Law Society. The training followed one held on Thursday, July 21st for members of the Tanganyika Law Society in Dar es salaam. 

The Advocates Mutual recognition Agreement provides one avenue for the implementation of the EAC Framework of Movement of Services as enshrined in the Protocol on the Establishment of the East African Community (EAC) Common Market (CMP)




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East African Community Customs Union Rules of Origin by Mr.Kamajugo.

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