This Paper does not pretend to be the authoritative guide on how things should be done, but it suggests a way forward. In particular, it makes proposals as to how the existing system of bar exam could be improved and developed into a structured programme that would more appropriately address the contemporary needs of vocational training for aspiring lawyers in Seychelles. It is therefore hoped that this paper would stimulate interests in the subject generally and in particular at the level of the Ministry of Justice and the Supreme Court (both with statutory mandate for the organisation of the bar exam). It is also hoped that the ensuing debate will inform the elaboration of a new Seychelles Bar Exam program in good time for the first batch of University of Seychelles LLB students graduate in mid 2013.
Bar Association of Seychelles,
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