According to ADB website, this knowledge and support technical assistance (TA) will support judiciaries across ADB developing member countries (DMCs) to strengthen their capacity in key areas of the law with significant development outcomes in their countries or subregion, develop resources to assist in more effective and efficient adjudication of disputes, and create an integrated Asia and the Pacific judicial platform for knowledge sharing and cross-pollination. This TA builds on ADB's work with judiciaries in the areas of commercial and environmental and climate change laws which have been supported by various TAs over the years.
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