At a press conference, the head of the Development and Innovation Unit of the People’s Supreme Court, Rufina de la Caridad Hernández, pointed out that the National Forum of Science and Innovation will be held on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the creation of the People’s Courts system in Cuba.
The meeting, which will take place from December 6 to 8, will promote the exchange of experiences and weaknesses for a better judicial exercise, she said.
Under the slogan “Science and innovation for an effective and transparent judicial justice,” the conference will feature a keynote lecture by the dean of the University of Havana Law School, Andry Matias, among other lectures and presentations, Hernandez said.
She said that “For Cuban courts it is a permanent task, through the use of science, the search for new ways to improve our work on behalf of the people, from whom our function of handing justice, by constitutional mandate, derives,”.
This scientific conference is attended by magistrates, judges, professors and law students from universities, along with professionals from other disciplines.