• The ECOWAS Court of Justice has updated its Practice Direction to enable the virtual conduct of Court sessions and the electronic filing of court processes, according to the Supplementary practice direction issued by the Court ...Read More

  • The ECOWAS Court of Justice has suspended ‘until further notice,’ its judicial activities for the next few weeks as part of measures to prevent and contain the spread of the Corona Virus, COVID-19, according to a statement today signed by the President of the Court, Justice Edward Amoako Asante. ...Read More

  • The ECOWAS Court of Justice on Wednesday, 26th February 2020 launched its rescheduled weeklong outreach programme in Dakar with a special forum dedicated to lawyers and law students, one of the four campaigns planned for 2020 by the Court. ...Read More

  • The Vice President of the ECOWAS Court of Justice, Justice Gberi-be Ouattara has urged law students in Senegal to create a platform through which they could engage with the Court on Community law, human rights issues and the jurisprudence of the Court among others. ...Read More

  • A delegation from the ECOWAS Court of Justice, led by its President, Hon. Judge Edward Amoako Asante, has arrived in Abidjan this Sunday, February 16, 2020, for a weeklong outreach to improve the visibility of the Court in the country. ...Read More

  • The President of the ECOWAS Court of Justice, Justice Edward Amoako Asante has challenged members of the Bar association of Cote d’Ivoire to set up a mechanism for providing free legal assistance to Ivoirians who may wish to approach the court for the protection of their human rights but who cannot afford the legal cost. ...Read More

  • Suite a la suspension de ses activités du fait de la pandémie du Covid-19, la Cour de Justice de la CEDEAO a repris ses activités le 13 mai 2020. Elle lance ce 22 mai 2020 la gestion électronique des affaires ...Read More

  • Instruções Práticas sobre a gestão eletrônica dos processos e as audiências virtuais ...Read More

  • The Minister of African Integration and Ivoirians abroad, Mr. Ally Coulibaly has warned of the possibility of more cases to be filed before the Community Court of Justice by private sector operators seeking the correct interpretation of Community texts and related to the closure of its borders by one of the Member States. ...Read More

  • The President of the Supreme Court of Cote d’Ivoire, Justice Rene Francois Aphing-Kouassi on Monday, 17th February 2020 blamed ‘ignorance’ for some of the problems militating against the enforcement of the decisions of the ECOWAS Court by Member States of the 15-member Community. ...Read More


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