Islamabad - Director General (DG) Centre of Excellence for Law and Judicial Education/Federal Judicial Academy (CELJE/FJA) Dr Faqir Hussain has said that capacity building training in conventional and non-conventional subjects/topics is essential to improve the delivery of justice and in achieving optimum levels in the standards of expertise amongst the judicial officers and non-judicial staff of the courts.

He stated this while addressing the inaugural ceremony of a one-week training course on “Effective Administrative/Financial Management, Family Law and Modern Legislation” for senior civil judges from all over Pakistan including AJ&K and Gilgit-Baltistan organized at CELJE/FJA on Monday. He said that the critical role played by the judiciary in ensuring that citizens have avenues and means of seeking redress and enforcement of their rights and duties through the courts has made them an important fraternity and also an important organ of the state. Therefore, a significant importance is attached to their capacity building, and also to promote thorough professionalism amongst them. This is why, the role of FJA has become expansive and extensive in the wake of its emergence as the Centre of Excellence for Law and Judicial Education.”                   

Dr Faqir Hussain said that the academy is striving to promote the highest standards of professionalism and personal conduct amongst the judicial officers and other stakeholders of justice sector.”