Legal Policy Development Course
The Legal Policy Development Course is designed to assist officers in regional partner countries to build capability in developing public policy proposals.
This course has been delivered to more than 300 policymakers, lawyers, legislative drafters, police and other government officers across the Pacific.
Participants learn to develop, consult on and assess merits of alternative policy approaches, and how to test their ideas with the community. The course includes group exercises based on a hypothetical policy issue which is used to brainstorm and refine law reform proposals for government.
If you work in a Pacific government agency and are interested in the course, we encourage you to contact a course facilitator in your country:
3-5 National Circuit BARTON ACT 2600