The Third Branch
Supreme Court Justice Ann Walsh Bradley recently traveled to Morocco, where she was among U.S. delegates who made presentations to judges and lawyers from the Mid East-North Africa countries (MENA). Ten delegates from each of five countries attended to learn about our court system, the rule of law, and judicial independence. The countries represented were Egypt, Tunisia, Libya, and Jordan. The North African countries are all in the midst of trying to write new constitutions or, as in the case of Morocco, having just passed a new constitution and trying to figure out how to implement the words regarding judicial reform in the new constitution.
Justice Ann Walsh Bradley receives a medal from Morocco's Chief Justice.