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The EALS Institute legislative drafting workshop for the COMESA Court of Justice


The Judges and Staff of the COMESA Court of Justice are participating in a four-day training on legal and legislative drafting, which is being facilitated by the East African Law[…]

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CCJ Registry staff are attending 4-Day Bespoke workshop on legal and legislative drafting


CCJ Registry staff are currently attending a Workshop on Legal and Legislative Drafting in Arusha, Tanzania organised by the East Africa Law Society Institute. The 4-day Workshop aims to (put[…]

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The CCJ Attended a Workshop on Money Laundering and Terrorism Financing Cases


The COMESA Court of Justice attended a capacity building workshop on the Investigation, Prosecution and Adjudication of Money Laundering and Terrorism Financing Cases from 28 to 29 May 2024 at[…]

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Here below you can get different resources of the COMESA Court of Justice

Rules of the Court, 2016
Arbitration Rules, 2018
Court User Manual
Different Court Forms
MTSP 2021 -2025

About Us

The COMESA Court of Justice is the judicial organ of COMESA. It was established in 1994 under Article 7 of the COMESA Treaty as the judicial organ of COMESA. The Court adjudicates and arbitrates on, among other matters, unfair trade practices, interpretation of Treaty (Protocols and other legislative acts) and ensures that Member States uniformly implement and comply with agreed decisions. Decisions of the Court on the interpretation of the provisions of the COMESA Treaty have precedence over decisions of national courts and are binding on all COMESA Member States. The Court provides certainty that COMESA is a rules-based institution, with rules that can be enforced through a court of law.

The COMESA Heads of State and Government (The Authority) which is the supreme policy organ of COMESA appointed the Judges of the Court during its 3rd Summit on 30 June 1998 at Kinshasa in the Democratic Republic of Congo. The Judges all hold high judicial office in their own countries. In 2004 the Treaty was amended to expand the Court into two Divisions. The lower Division, known as the Court of First Instance has seven judges. The upper Division of the Court, which has five Judges, is called the Appellate Division.


Monday to

8:00 AM – 5.00 PM


8:00 AM – 1:30 PM

and Sunday




Contact Us

Lusaka, Zambia

E-Mail: info@comesacourt.org


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