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Elements of Judicial Reform: Course Overview Richard E. Messick January 11, 2005
Course Objectives Deepen Dialogue with Country Counterparts and Bank Management Better Design, Evaluation and Supervision of Bank Projects
Three Myths Bank experience limited Projects poor Results take years/decades
Bank Lending 92 – 04
Ratings: Investment Loans Ven IIBoliviaVen IWB Gaza Ec dorYemKazak Overall HsSSUSUU Bank SSSUSSS Borrower HsSSHuSSU
Venezuela Project Results
Lessons Political dimension – Bangladesh commercial courts Interest group resistance – India lawyers Classic TA approach wanting
Topics Covered I.Diagnostics & Evaluations II.Project Components III.Emerging Areas
Diagnostics & Evaluations 1.Empirical Methods 2.Judicial Independence 3.Data Sources
Project Components 1.Courthouse Design/Rehab 2.Court Management 3.ADR/Case Management 4.Access to Justice
Emerging Areas 1.Crime and Violence 2.Performance Indicators/Budgeting 3.Regulation of Legal Services
Additional Topics to Cover ?
Sources for Information Web Sites Readers PREM Notes PS Legal TG
Course Method Divide into six groups Day One Present recommendations to Filipandia CMU on Day Three
Academy Awards Nominations Most overrated reform Most under-appreciated reform Least understood issue Most confusing issue Biggest mistake donors have made Best reform donors have pushed ?
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