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A to Z is a collection of resources for Ethiopian's legal profession, students, academics and the public. These links have been collected so that users with an interest in the law and Ethiopia may be able to access the Ethiopian legal information they require more quickly. The site is organized simply into an alphabetical list of law subjects. This link is a very helpful source for students who want to study online as teaching materials written by different university teachers under the sponsorship of Justice and Legal System Research Institute are included in the list. Moreover, Training materials prepared by different Proffessionals under the sponsorship of Federal Justice Organs Professionals Training Centerare also in our list. 

Perceived Advantages Arbitration may allow a dispute to remain private, and the publicity inevitably associated with litigation may be avoided. The public interest is also served because the parties bear the costs of arbitration themselves. Arbitration is more flexible than litigation. The parties have control over their own dispute, the…
Preliminary Considerations of Arbitration There are issues which have to be considered in arbitration in order to further understand the applicability of the system. Arbitrability In order to talk about arbitration in arm length, first we have to know issues which are arbitrable and which are not. To state otherwise,…
Arbitration is typically an out- of- court method for resolving a dispute in which a party submits a disputed matter to impartial person (the arbitrator) for decision. The arbitrator controls the process; listen to both sides and make a decision. Like a court trial only one side will prevail, but…
Meaning of mediation /Conciliation The history of mediation only begins to define what it is. Many questions about mediation are answered by understanding what mediation is and what it is not. The practice falls along a spectrum that defies a strict definition. The specifics of mediation depend on what is…
Settlement is the primary way people adjust dispute, alter ownership, and rearrange their relationships. Because we reach settlements by negotiating, bargaining pervades personal, commercial, social and political life. Even though some writers try to distinguish negotiation from bargaining, in popular usage the terms are interchangeable. Hence, the terms are used…
Types of ADR list cannot be exhaustive or final as there are various dispute resolution mechanisms other than court litigation and it is still evolving. The types of Alternative Dispute Resolution, however, can be categorized in to three categories based on the procedures we follow in each dispute resolution mechanisms.…
What are the advantages of ADR? The age-old complaints lodged against lawyers and the legal process has gained an amplified resonance in the contemporary world community. The common conception is that judges and lawyers, the procedural rigor of justice and substantive incantation of legality, lay Jury and technical experts hurt…
Definition; What is Alternative Dispute Resolution? ADR is composed o f different words: Alternative, dispute and resolution. Thus to clearly understand or define the phrase it is paramount important to understand each words separately thereof. And then what ‘Alternative’ connotes to you? What about dispute? Is a dispute synonymous with…
Remedies The term remedy in this context refers to the varieties of awards/relieves that may be granted by the reviewing court following an application for judicial review. As a general rule, where any of the grounds justifying judicial review are there, a person complained against the agency decision has to…
Grounds of Judicial Review Needless to say those courts do not have an unlimited power to supervise the activities of administrative agencies. The principle of separation of powers dictates the various organs of the government to act within the scope of their respective sphere of powers and refrain from interfering…
The term ‘judicial review’ has different meaning and scope in different jurisdictions. For example, in the United States, judicial review refers to the power of a court to review the actions of public sector bodies in terms of their lawfulness, or to review the constitutionality of a statute or treaty,…
As it has been thoroughly discussed in the previous units, there are great possibilities that the three powers of government may be concentrated in the hands of many administrative agencies. The delegation of rulemaking and adjudicating powers to administrative agencies become an inevitable phenomenon of the complex technological world. In…
In this complex technological and democratic world, in addition to tribunals that investigate facts and apply laws to resolve specific administrative disputes, the formation of inquires that conduct fact and/or legal findings and provide recommendation to ministers or other agency heads to take policy considered action based on the findings…
Technically speaking, judicial power/function is the primary function of courts. As mentioned somewhere else, the FDRE Constitution expressly vested judicial power, both at the Federal and State levels in courts. This goes in line with the principle of separation of state powers. However, it does not necessarily imply that only…