Mooting is an extra-curricular activity established since 1989 by the Law School to help law students understand how real court works and their proper code of conduct, the importance of dress code and the use of formal language.  Mooting helps students who took part develop their confidence, speaking skills, writingRead More

[siteorigin_widget class=”WP_Widget_Media_Image”][/siteorigin_widget] On Thursday 23rd July 2020, as the nation commemorated Remembrance Day with a public holiday, Jema Lawyers staff gathered in the firm’s boardroom with renowned local financial expert; designer of the “Seven Steps to Financial Freedom” seminar, principal of Walta Peng Publishing & Training and author of, toRead More

On Monday 13 July 2020, Jema Lawyers hosted eight (8) trainees for their “Day Out with a Law Firm” program. This program is part of the Institute’s Law Practice Management course which is one of the many courses trainees are taught in order to be admitted to the National andRead More

Court Restrains Madang MP Bryan Kramer “…Kramer’s Lawyers, Jema Lawyers, in a letter to the Post Courier, clarified that a report…See More” More

Petroleum & Energy Minister, Honourable Kerenga Kua was the guest speaker at the 2019 gala dinner for local firm Jema Lawyers. At the material time, Minister Kua was Acting Deputy Prime Minister and Attorney General. Minister Kua, himself formerly a practicing lawyer with Posman Kua Aisi Lawyers, reflected on theRead More

Jema Lawyers welcomed six (6) Legal Training Institute Trainees to its Kennedy Estate Office on Monday 20 May 2019 for the Institute’s program called “Day Out with a Law Firm”. This program is held once a year and aims to give the trainees a feel for day to day lawRead More

The firm believes that it is always good to take some time out and give to others. At Jema Lawyers, it has been a tradition since 2016 to “give” during Easter. On Thursday 18th April 2019, the staff of Jema Lawyers which included Mrs. Lisa Nale (the firm’s Managing Partner’s wife)Read More