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A typical day at work was to review cases that had been taken on in the past week and attend court sessions as they came up. I particularly liked working at the Ministry because it showed me the intricacies and workings of the legal world in the public system.
no work beyond working hours
Work resumes by 8am and closes at 4pm. Working there helped me learn and improve on my knowledge book-keeping, cooperation, researching, etc.Fellow Staff and manager and bosses were good people,I had good professional and interpersonal relationship with them. The hardest part of the job was Cataloguing. The most enjoyable part of the job was studies and research based on the new and wider knowledge gained on legal matters.
It shows a lot of works, particularly incentive packages for Counsel, frequent up date on advocacy generally should be encouraged and rewarded. Crimes increased because, there are no much vibrant lawyers at the ministry to handle serious cases with expertise.
They lead by example, they provide a conducive working environment to work änd develop your skills and expertise .The right to make decisions and solve problems was given to employees. Excellent team work spirit was also found in the company
Working as a state prosecutor was one of the most challenging phases of my career. Having worked with the Director of Public Prosecutor and the Attorney General, major obstacles faced was the slow judicial system which drags a case on for many months
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A typical day at work starts at 9am at your desk, you sign into the log book at the morning and before you leave work. Then begin reviewing the previous court judgements and sort paperworks. Report requested case files to my boss, attend court proceedings if I'm required to, take minutes and report that back to my boss as well. Co workers were friendly and easy to work with. The job in general wasnt harder than expected. Enjoyable part of the job was getting paid.
short breaks and health insurance.
A typical day at work is always stressful,either there is so many court sessions to attend or one assignment or the other to run.I learnt how to be punctual, how to do some legal drafting and how to conduct myself properly in a corporate environment.My co workers were very friendly and we worked as a team.The hardest part of my job was being punctual ,but im very proud of myself now because i learnt how to always be punctualThe most enjoyable part of my job was attending court sessions with my boss because i witnessed all i've been taught class ,and saw the practical aspect of my profession.
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