Awareness Training on Trafficking in Persons (TIPs) for judges and judicial officers scheduled for 28-29 of this month has been postponed to later date due to lockdown in Thimphu. Inconvenience caused is highly regretted.
The Bhutan National Legal Institute would like to inform the concerned agencies, stakeholders, resource persons and participants that the upcoming programs including the CAM training for the judicial personnel scheduled for Wednesday 12 – Friday 14 August 2020 are postponed Read more
Hon. Members and Colleagues, May I inform you that the 73rd Session of the Judges Book Club will be convened on Friday 28 August 2020 (Tantra Hall, 3 – 5 p.m.) at the Institute, Library Wing, Supreme Court Complex, Lhadrong Thimphu. In this Read more
Bhutan National Legal Institute is conducting a two-day Workshop on ADR/Mediation and Pro bono Legal Services to Enhance Access to Justice from 28 – 29 July 2020. Article 9 section 4 of the Constitution of Kingdom of Bhutan states that Read more
Her Royal Highness, the Hon. President of the Institute has always accorded due importance to the crucial roles played by the Bench Clerks in the justice system. Her Royal Highness has said that “Bench Clerks are the backbone of the Read more
Bhutan Law Review is the country’s first law journal published on a biennial basis by the Bhutan National Legal Institute, the Training and Research arm of the Royal Court of Justice, Judiciary of Kingdom of Bhutan. It is published in Read more