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The Chief Justice of Uganda announced the establishment of Uganda Judicial Studies Institute (JSI) during the opening of the Judges Annual conference on 5th January 2004. The institute operates as a department of the Judiciary on a semi- autonomous basis, separate from the day-to-day operations of the Judiciary. The Institute is headed by the Executive Director, who is also a Judge of the High Court, Hon. Justice Dr. Henry Peter Adonyo The Chief Justice of Uganda announced the establishment of Uganda Judicial Studies Institute (JSI) during the opening of the Judges Annual conference on 5th January 2004.

The Chief Justice of Uganda announced the establishment of Uganda Judicial Studies Institute (JSI) during the opening of the Judges Annual conference on 5th January 2004. The institute operates as a department of the Judiciary on a semi- autonomous basis, separate from the day-to-day operations of the Judiciary. The Institute is headed by the Executive Director, who is also a Judge of the High Court, Hon. Justice Dr. Henry Peter Adonyo The Chief Justice of Uganda announced the establishment of Uganda Judicial Studies Institute (JSI) during the opening of the Judges Annual conference on 5th January 2004.

The Chief Justice of Uganda announced the establishment of Uganda Judicial Studies Institute (JSI) during the opening of the Judges Annual conference on 5th January 2004. The institute operates as a department of the Judiciary on a semi- autonomous basis, separate from the day-to-day operations of the Judiciary. The Institute is headed by the Executive Director, who is also a Judge of the High Court, Hon. Justice Dr. Henry Peter Adonyo The Chief Justice of Uganda announced the establishment of Uganda Judicial Studies Institute (JSI) during the opening of the Judges Annual conference on 5th January 2004.

The Chief Justice of Uganda announced the establishment of Uganda Judicial Studies Institute (JSI) during the opening of the Judges Annual conference on 5th January 2004. The institute operates as a department of the Judiciary on a semi- autonomous basis, separate from the day-to-day operations of the Judiciary. The Institute is headed by the Executive Director, who is also a Judge of the High Court, Hon. Justice Dr. Henry Peter Adonyo The Chief Justice of Uganda announced the establishment of Uganda Judicial Studies Institute (JSI) during the opening of the Judges Annual conference on 5th January 2004.