East Africa Law Society has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding with CWAGG towards increasing its capacity to offer training to members. The agreement provides the framework for cooperation between the two organizations. CWAGG is a global leader in providing cutting-edge training in justice administration processes, and recently partnered with EALS to train members on forensic evidence and cybercrimes.
The agreement was signed by President Richard Mugisha, on behalf of EALS and Marcus Green, on behalf of CWAGG. Witnessing the ceremony were over 80 delegates attending the EALS-CWAGG international workshop on forensic evidence and cybercrimes at the Park Inn Hotel in Kigali.