Uniform Practice Manual on Court - Connected Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Practice. This Manual is the product of a Workshop by the Judicial Service (ADR Committee) of Ghana with support from the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). The proposal for the Workshop followed from the realisation that the availability of a manual on the practice of Court-connected ADR in Ghana will enhance the general effort being made, particularly by the Judiciary, in the institutionalisation of ADR as a recognised aspect of the judicial process in the country. The existence of a uniform manual that is generally accepted will assist in formalising the process along certain uniform lines and also further the general acceptability of Alternative Dispute Resolution in the country.
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This CODE represents a concise yet comprehensive set of principles addressing the many difficult ethical issues that confront judges as they work and live in their communities. THIS CODE defines the general principles of judicial ethics, rules and standards of judicial conduct that a judge must follow while fulfilling his official duties, as well as while engaged on other activities and even in private life. Click on the link/icon below to download.