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TAARIFA MUHIMU: UENDESHAJI WA MASHAURI YA MIGOGORO YA KIKAZI MAHAKAMA KUU KITENGO CHA KAZI DAR ES SALAAM

Ndugu mwanachama, salaam kutoka chama cha Wanasheria Tanganyika

Tunapenda kukutaarifu kuwa tumepokea barua kutoka Mahakama Kuu ya Tanzania Divisheni ya Kazi Dar es Salaam, ambayo inatoa utaratibu wa uendeshaji wa Mashauri ya Migogoro ya Kikazi Dar es Salaam kwanzia  Jumatatu tarehe 30/03/2020  kutokana na mlipuko wa Virusi vya Korona (COVID-19)

Barua imeambatanishwa yenye kueleza utaratibu huo. Bonyeza hapa kusoma barua

 

RESEARCH CONSULTANT / RESEARCH TEAM (Evaluation Of Impact Of Legislation Enacted By The Parliament In The Last 10 Years)

Assignment Evaluation of the impact of legislation enacted by the Parliament in the last 10 years
Location of the assignment Tanzania, United Republic Of
Period of Assignment 60 days
Type of contract Consultancy contract
Open to Scholars with a proven track record in consultancy and research work
Deadline for submitting applications April 7, 2020
Submit to research@tls.or.tz

ABOUT THE ASSIGNMENT

The call for applications invites experts to design a methodology and conduct research to evaluate the impact of pieces of legislation enacted by the Parliament in the last 10 years.

BACKGROUND INFORMATION

Tanganyika Law Society abbreviates as TLS is a statutory professional organization established by an Act of Parliament – the Tanganyika Law Society Ordinance of 1954. Currently, TLS is governed by the Tanganyika Law Society Act, Cap 307 as amended.

One of the core components of the TLS statutory mandate outlined in the TLS Act, Cap 307  is to assist the Government, Judiciary and Parliament in all matters affecting legislation, and the administration and practice of the law in Tanzania. Other TLS statutory mandate includes; to facilitate the acquisition of legal knowledge by members of the legal profession and others, to protect and assist the public in Tanzania in all matters touching, ancillary or incidental to the law, and to represent, protect and assist members of the legal profession in Tanzania as regards to conditions of practice and otherwise.

For TLS to execute its mandate, research has become one of the most important components of its operations. TLS Monitoring and Evaluation Department is tasked with coordinating research activities with guidance and oversight of the Research and Publication Committee.

RESEARCH OBJECTIVES

The overall research objective is to evaluate the impact of legislation enacted by the Parliament in the last 10 years.

The specific objectives are;

  1. To identify pieces of legislation enacted by the parliament in the last 10 years
  2. To describe the objectives and rationale for the enactment of such legislation
  3. To evaluate the impact of various legislation in 2 above

 DELIVERABLES

  1. Inception reports
  2. Validation report
  3. Final report:

SELECTION CRITERIA  

Criteria Weight(%) Max Point
Technical proposal (70 %)
Demonstrate proven skills in consultancy and research work 15 15
Demonstrated experience in conducting research and consultancy in similar/related assignments 25 25
Demonstrate evidence of involvement in a multi-stakeholders research activities 15 15
Methodology and work plan 15 15
Financial proposal (30%)
Budget 10 10
Evidence of previous research grant 20 20

QUALIFICATION NEEDED

  • The Principal Investigator should hold a PhD in law or any discipline of the social sciences
  • Should demonstrate a proven track record in research, consultancy, and publication
  • Assistant researchers should hold a bachelor degree or higher qualification
  • At least one assistant researcher should be an advocate of the High Court of Tanzania
  • Sound understanding of quantitative and qualitative research methodology is highly desirable
  • Strong personal commitment to research work is required
  • Should be a citizen of Tanzania
  • Non-Tanzanians interested in the assignment should comply with the immigration laws

OTHER REQUIREMENTS

When submitting the technical proposal, interested applicants are requested to attach the following;

  • A recent CV of the principal investigator indicating his/her academic record, relevant work experience, list of publications and at least 2 academic referees
  • Profile of other researchers explaining why they are more suitable for the work

To submit your expression of interest (EOI) please send the technical proposal, along with a financial proposal to research@tls.or.tz. The deadline to submit expressions of interest is April 7, 2020.

RESEARCH CONSULTANT / RESEARCH TEAM (To Conduct A Study Into Public Participation In The Criminal Justice System And Expectations)

Assignment To conduct a study into public participation in the criminal justice system and expectations
Location of the assignment Tanzania, United Republic Of
Period of Assignment 60 days
Type of contract Consultancy contract
Open to Scholars with a proven track record in consultancy and research work
Deadline for submitting applications April 7, 2020
Submit to research@tls.or.tz

ABOUT THE ASSIGNMENT

The call for applications invites experts to design a methodology and conduct research on public participation in the criminal justice system and expectations.

BACKGROUND INFORMATION

Tanganyika Law Society abbreviates as TLS is a statutory professional organization established by an Act of Parliament – the Tanganyika Law Society Ordinance of 1954. Currently, TLS is governed by the Tanganyika Law Society Act, Cap 307 as amended.

One of the core components of the TLS statutory mandate outlined in the TLS Act, Cap 307  is to assist the Government, Judiciary and Parliament in all matters affecting legislation, and the administration and practice of the law in Tanzania. Other TLS statutory mandate includes; to facilitate the acquisition of legal knowledge by members of the legal profession and others, to protect and assist the public in Tanzania in all matters touching, ancillary or incidental to the law, and to represent, protect and assist members of the legal profession in Tanzania as regards to conditions of practice and otherwise.

For TLS to execute its mandate, research has become one of the most important components of its operations. TLS Monitoring and Evaluation Department is tasked with coordinating research activities with guidance and oversight of the Research and Publication Committee.

RESEARCH OBJECTIVES

The overall research objective is to assess public participation and expectations in the criminal justice system.

The specific objectives are;

  1. To assess public participation in reporting crimes;
  2. To assess public participation in the investigation process; and,
  3. To assess public participation in the prosecution process.

DELIVERABLES

  1. Inception reports.
  2. Validation report.
  3. Final report.

SELECTION CRITERIA  

Criteria Weight(%) Max Point
Technical proposal (70 %)
Demonstrate proven skills in consultancy and research work 15 15
Demonstrated experience in conducting research and consultancy in similar/related assignments 25 25
Demonstrate evidence of involvement in a multi-stakeholders research activities 15 15
Methodology and work plan 15 15
Financial proposal (30%)
Budget 10 10
Evidence of previous research grant 20 20

QUALIFICATION NEEDED

  • The Principle Investigator should hold a PhD in law or any discipline of the social sciences
  • Should demonstrate a proven track record in research, consultancy, and publication
  • Assistant researchers should hold a bachelor degree or higher qualification
  • At least two (2) assistant researchers should be advocates of the High Court of Tanzania with relevant skills and practice in the criminal justice
  • Sound understanding of quantitative and qualitative research methodology is highly desirable
  • Strong personal commitment to research work is required
  • Should be a citizen of Tanzania
  • Non-Tanzanians interested in the assignment should comply with the immigration laws

OTHER REQUIREMENTS

When submitting the technical proposal, interested applicants are requested to attach the following;

  • A recent CV of the principle investigator indicating his/her academic record, relevant work experience, list of publications and at least 2 academic referees
  • Profile of other researchers explaining why they are more suitable for the work

To submit your expression of interest (EOI) please send the technical proposal, along with a financial proposal to research@tls.or.tz.  The deadline to submit expressions of interest is April 7, 2020.

 

RESEARCH CONSULTANT / RESEARCH TEAM (An Evaluation Of Judicial Accountability To The Public)

Assignment An evaluation of Judicial accountability to the public
Location of the assignment Tanzania, United Republic Of
Period of Assignment 60 days
Type of contract Consultancy contract
Open to Scholars with a proven track record in consultancy and research work
Deadline for submitting applications April 7, 2020
Submit to research@tls.or.tz

ABOUT THE ASSIGNMENT

The call for applications invites experts to design a methodology and conduct research to evaluate judicial accountability to the public.

BACKGROUND INFORMATION

Tanganyika Law Society abbreviates as TLS is a statutory professional organization established by an Act of Parliament – the Tanganyika Law Society Ordinance of 1954. Currently, TLS is governed by the Tanganyika Law Society Act, Cap 307 as amended.

One of the core components of the TLS statutory mandate outlined in the TLS Act, Cap 307  is to assist the Government, Judiciary and Parliament in all matters affecting legislation, and the administration and practice of the law in Tanzania. Other TLS statutory mandate includes; to facilitate the acquisition of legal knowledge by members of the legal profession and others, to protect and assist the public in Tanzania in all matters touching, ancillary or incidental to the law, and to represent, protect and assist members of the legal profession in Tanzania as regards to conditions of practice and otherwise.

For TLS to execute its mandate, research has become one of the most important components of its operations. TLS Monitoring and Evaluation Department is tasked with coordinating research activities with guidance and oversight of the Research and Publication Committee.

RESEARCH OBJECTIVES

The overall research objective is to evaluate judicial accountability to the public.

The specific objectives are;

  • To assess public accessibility of court infrastructures;
  • To assess the availability of court information to citizens;
  • To examine the effectiveness of public complaints/feedback handling mechanisms in the Judiciary;
  • To assess the expeditiousness of justice delivery; and,
  • To assess the effectiveness of e-justice service.

DELIVERABLES

  1. Inception reports
  2. Validation report
  3. Final report:

SELECTION CRITERIA  

Criteria Weight(%) Max Point
Technical proposal (70 %)
Demonstrate proven skills in consultancy and research work 15 15
Demonstrated experience in conducting research and consultancy in similar/related assignments 25 25
Demonstrate evidence of involvement in a multi-stakeholders research activities 15 15
Methodology and work plan 15 15
Financial proposal (30%)
Budget 10 10
Evidence of previous research grant 20 20

QUALIFICATION NEEDED

  • The Principle Investigator should hold a PhD in law or any discipline of the social sciences
  • Should demonstrate a proven track record in research, consultancy, and publication
  • Assistant researchers should hold a bachelor degree or higher qualification
  • At least two (2) assistant researchers should be advocates of the High Court of Tanzania
  • Sound understanding of quantitative and qualitative research methodology is highly desirable
  • Strong personal commitment to research work is required
  • Should be a citizen of Tanzania
  • Non-Tanzanians interested in the assignment should comply with the immigration laws

OTHER REQUIREMENTS

When submitting the technical proposal, interested applicants are requested to attach the following;

  • A recent CV of the principle investigator indicating his/her academic record, relevant work experience, list of publications and at least 2 academic referees
  • Profile of other researchers explaining why they are more suitable for the work

To submit your expression of interest (EOI) please send the technical proposal, along with a financial proposal to research@tls.or.tz.  The deadline to submit expressions of interest is April 7, 2020.

 

NOTICE OF THE SOCIETY ANNUAL CONFERENCE, GENERAL MEETING AND THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING, 2020

Dear valued members,

Kindly find attached Notice of the Society Annual Conference, General Meeting and Annual General Meeting for the year 2020 to be held in Arusha from Thursday, 25th through to Saturday, 27th June 2020.

Please take note that the Annual Conference, General Meeting and the Annual General Meeting will be preceded by series of CLE Seminars and members’ fora to be held in Arusha from Monday, 22nd through to Wednesday, 24th June 2020. Separate emails on these CLE Seminars and members’ for a will be circulated to you in due course.

Download here ==>Notice of the Annual Conference GM and AGM 2020

 

Kind Regards,

TLS Secretariat

NOTICE OF ESTABLISHMENT OF TLS ZONES AND CHAPTERS

In compliance with the new amendments in the TLS Act Cap 307 as amended, the Governing Council of the Tanganyika Law Society sitting in its Extra Ordinary Meeting held on Friday, 13th March 2020 at the TLS Secretariat in Dar es Salaam had, among other things, resolved to establish 7 Tanganyika Law Society Zones and 6 new chapters in addition to the existing Chapters as per section 17A of the Tanganyika Law Society Cap 307 as amended.

Please note that Dar es Salaam Chapter is currently divided into 6 Chapters namely Ilala, Kinondoni, Temeke, Ubungo, Kigamboni, and Pwani.

Kindly further note that these 6 Chapters have been grouped into 2 Zones namely Mzizima Zone which covers Ilala, Temeke and Kigamboni;  and Bagamoyo Zone which covers Kinondoni, Ubungo, and Pwani.

Members of the former Dar es Salaam Chapter are urged to update their current Chapter status through amuro@tls.or.tz  not later than Monday, 06th April 2020.

Attached please find the Notice of the establishment of the TLS Zones and Chapters. ==>Notice on Establishment of TLS Zones and Chapters

Kindly note that the member’s chapter is based on member’s place of business.

Kind Regards,

TLS Secretariat.

 

LIST OF QUALIFIED APPLICANTS – VOLUNTEER ADVOCATES POSITION

Dear member,

Kindly be informed that, upon receiving the applications for the post of Volunteer Advocates submitted in response to the advertisement released on 24th January 2020 through Tanganyika Law Society members’ email, the secretariat has identified applicants who are qualified based on the required minimum criteria.

Attached to this email please find a list of the identified applicants. ==>

LIST OF QUALIFIED APPLICANTS - VOLUNTEER ADVOCATES POSITION

We are glad to inform you that, all the listed applicants met the minimum qualifications for the post. As such, as per the TLS plan, all of the successful applicants will form a pool of TLS volunteers and all will undergo intensive one-week training that will be organized and conducted by TLS. Upon completion of the said training, successful volunteer advocates will be engaged in various TLS activities/ events that will require the engagement of volunteers.

On the next step, the Secretariat will conduct a dully capacity evaluation of each volunteer in strict compliance with each criteria set forth. Lastly, shortlisted applicants will be interviewed so as to get full-time volunteer advocates who will be based in Chapter offices and TLS head office.

 

Regards,

|Tanganyika Law Society Secretariat

|Plot No. 391|Chato Street|Regent Estate

|P.O. Box 2148, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania; Tel: +255 222775313; E-mail: info@tls.or.tz | Follow us on Twitter:    |Like us on Facebook:    |Website  www.tls.or.tz

REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FOR CONSULTANCY SERVICES FOR 2020 – 2024

Introduction:

The Tanganyika Law Society (TLS) is the Bar association of Tanzania Mainland, founded in 1954 by an Act of Parliament – the Tanganyika Law Society Ordinance 1954. The Tanganyika Law Society is currently governed by the Tanganyika Law Society Act, Cap 307 R.E. 2002.

The Tanganyika Law Society (TLS) is inviting consultants from Tanzanian based individual consultants, company or consulting organizations to express their interest to participate in various consulting services as listed below.

OBJECTIVE

The objective of this request is to inform interested reliable consultants’ that TLS intends to update its list of consultant in various consulting services, hence invites eligible and interested individual consultant, companies or consulting organization’s to express their interest for the provision of listed consulting services for the period 2020 – 2024.

 

The individual consultant, company or organization interested is requested to submit copies of relevant documents including Company Profile, Certificate of Incorporation, Current and Valid Business License, TIN, and VRN, for the individual consultants will be required to submit their CV detailing academic qualification and experience.

 

Selection of consultants will be based on a submitted business profile which entails legal compliance, experience in the market, and financial (provision of audited financial statements) technical competence (CVs of key staff,) ability to meet current & future demands of TLS and compliance to TLS general terms and Conditions.

CATEGORIES FOR SUPPLY OF GOODS AND SERVICES

CATEGORY A: CONSULTANCY SERVICES
TLS/REI/01/2020 Consultant to review/develop Communication Policy and Strategy
TLS/REI/02/2020

 

Consultant for Rapporteurs and Event advisor for TLS Annual Conference and General Meeting (AGM)
TLS/REI/03/2020 Independent evaluator to appraise the performance of Governing Council, Committees and Chapter Leaders
TLS/REI/04/2020 Consultant to build the capacity of the GC, Chapter Leaders and TLS Management on governance and management
TLS/REI/05/2020 Consultant to undertake regular capacity development to staff in various professional areas.
TLS/REI/06/2020 Consultant to develop and install various human resource management information systems (HRMIS) and train users
TLS/REI/07/2020 Consultant to review existing governance policies to adhere with developing/change of principles of good governance, risk management and business continuity plan (BCP)
TLS/REI/08/2020 Consultant to review and draft Procurement Policy, procurement strategy and plan for 3 years
TLS/REI/09/2020 Consultant to build the capacity of Procurement Committee and Tender Board, TLS Staff on procurement processes
TLS/REI/10/2020 Consultant to develop TLS Marketing Policy and Strategy and oversee the marketing of TLS goods and services
TLS/REI/11/2020 Consultant to develop and oversee Brand Management Policy and Strategy
TLS/REI/12/2020 Consultant to Develop a Soap Opera/drama/short films on Law and Justice
TLS/REI/13/2020 Consultant to develop and oversee Wakili TV
TLS/REI/14/2020 Consultant/Retainer to carry out legal career guidance/debates in schools and youth events in every Chapter & Sub-Chapters
TLS/REI/15/2020 Consultant to organize Annual pro bono Camps at all Chapters &Sub-Chapters
TLS/REI/16/2020 Consultant to develop Corporate Social Responsibility Strategy and organize CSR activities
TLS/REI/17/2020 An event planner for TLS exhibitions and TLS participation in relevant national and international events
TLS/REI/18/2020 Retainer to publish Quarterly TLS Wakili Bulletin,
TLS/REI/19/2020 Retainer to document and Publish TLS History Book and Wakili Yearbook
TLS/REI/20/2020 Consultant to develop and update Members and Stakeholders Engagement Strategy and Guidelines
TLS/REI/21/2020 Consultant to establish the Resource Centres (physical library and e-library) for Stakeholders in Dar es Salaam, Dodoma, Arusha
TLS/REI/22/2020 Retainer to facilitate the deepening  of the legal profession, practice, and knowledge to Members
TLS/REI/23/2020 Consultant to administer and issue notarial stamps and seals
TLS/REI/24/2020 Consultant to empower TLS members at the Chapter level to effectively engage in policy and law-making processes at Central and Local Government level
TLS/REI/25/2020 Consultant(researcher) to follow up Parliamentary Committee business relating to the rule of law and justice and provide support whenever possible
TLS/REI/26/2020 Consultant to monitor  government commitments and comment on the rule of law, access to justice and good governance
TLS/REI/27/2020 Retainer to build capacity of members to form partnerships and operate law firms at Chapter level
TLS/REI/28/2020 Retainer to publish legal briefs
TLS/REI/29/2020 Consultant for TLS annual directory project (collecting advertisements, update advocates and law firms information to be published in the directory and follow up on monetary collection)
TLS/REI/30/2020 Consultant to secure and raise sponsorship funds for TLS events including conferences and exhibitions and manage sponsor relations and recognition
TLS/REI/31/2020 Consultant for institutional fundraising
TLS/REI/32/2020 Consultant to prepare law reform submissions, legal briefs, policy papers (with gender focus) related to extractive industries

TENDER PROCEDURE

Interested applicants must submit their application documents not later than Monday 09th March 2020, 16.00 hrs.

 

The documents should be addressed to

Chief Executive Officer

Tanganyika Law Society | House No. 21 | Chato Street | Regent Estate P. O. Box 2148 | Dar es Salaam | Tanzania Telephone: +255 22 2775313

And the document should be submitted at the TLS head office in Dar es Salaam or by email to procurement@tls.or.tz.

 

The application should indicate Reference number and Category, i.e. “category No… for the Request of Expression……

 

INVITATION FOR PRE-QUALIFICATION OF SUPPLIES AND SERVICES FOR 2020 – 2024

Introduction:

The Tanganyika Law Society (TLS) is the Bar association of Tanzania Mainland, founded in 1954 by an Act of Parliament – the Tanganyika Law Society Ordinance 1954. The Tanganyika Law Society is currently governed by the Tanganyika Law Society Act, Cap 307 R.E. 2002.

 

The Tanganyika Law Society (TLS) is inviting Suppliers and service providers from Tanzanian based organizations/Companies for prequalification to participate in the process of various bidding processes as listed below.

OBJECTIVE

The objective of this invitation is to prequalify interested in reliable suppliers and service providers. TLS intends to update its list of suppliers for goods, services and consulting services hence invites eligible and interested bidders to apply for Prequalification for provision of the listed goods and services for the period of 2020 – 2024.

 

Firms/Companies interested are requested to submit copies of relevant documents including Company Profile, Certificate of Incorporation, Current and Valid Business License, TIN, and VRN.

Vendor will be selected and prequalified based on submitted business profile which entail legal compliance, experience in the market, financial (provision of audited financial statements) technical competence ( CVs of key staff,) ability to meet current & future demand, compliance to TLS general terms and conditions, Warrant Validity, after-sale services and Manufacturer’s authorization.

Reference Number CATEGORY A: SUPPLY OF GOODS/SERVICES
TLS/PQ/01/2020 Supply of branded items and promotional materials
TLS/PQ/05/2020 Supply of general stationery
TLS/PQ/03/2020 Supply of bottled water, dispensing machine and maintenance
TLS/PQ/04/2020 Supply of fuel
TLS/PQ/05/2020 Supply of motor vehicle parts and accessories
TLS/PQ/06/2020 Supply of ID cards
TLS/PQ/07/2020 Supply of office furniture’s, and fittings.
TLS/PQ/08/2020 Supply of mobile phone, Tele phones
TLS/PQ/09/2020 Supply and maintenance of electrical equipment
TLS/PQ/10/2020 Supply of professional digital camera for photo and video
TLS/PQ/11/2020 Supply and maintenance of computers, printers, photocopiers, uninterruptible power supply (UPS), laptops, tonner and accessories
  CATEGORY B: PROVISION OF SERVICES
TLS/PQ/12/2020 Provision of internet service
TLS/PQ/13/2020 Provision of air ticketing, reservations, and travel services
TLS/PQ/14/2020 Provision of sanitary, fumigation, pest control and cleaning services
TLS/PQ/15/2020 Provision of catering services
TLS/PQ/16/2020 Repair, maintenance service of generators, pumps
TLS/PQ/17/2020 Provision of medical insurance
TLS/PQ/18/2020 Supply and maintenance of air conditioners, installation, and service
TLS/PQ/19/2020 Provision of office equipment insurance
TLS/PQ/20/2020 Provision of servicing, repair, and maintenance of a vehicle
TLS/PQ/21/2020 Provision of hotel accommodation  and conference facilities
TLS/PQ/22/2020 Provision of security
TLS/PQ/23/2020 Provision of car hire
TLS/PQ/24/2020 Provision of audit service
TLS/PQ/25/2020 Provision of media service; advertisement, documentaries, live streaming, live twitting, videographer and photographer services

 

Interested and eligible candidates may obtain a complete set of prequalification documents from our website www.tls.or.tz from 27th February 2020. Interested applicants must submit their application documents not later than Monday 09th March 2020, 16.00 hrs.

Electronic submission should be made to procurement@tls.or.tz

 

Sealed envelopes should be clearly marked ie “category No… for the Pre-Qualification……

Chief Executive Officer

Tanganyika Law Society | House No. 21 | Chato Street | Regent Estate P. O. Box 2148 | Dar es Salaam | Tanzania Telephone: +255 22 2775313

APPOINTMENT OF THE CHAIRPERSON OF THE NOMINATION COMMITTEE

This is to inform you that the Governing Council has appointed Mr. Charles Rwechungura to be the Chairperson of the TLS Nomination Committee as per Tanganyika Law Society ( Elections) Regulations GN 116 of 2018.

The appointment has been made after receiving a resignation letter from the earlier appointed Chairperson of the Nomination Committee, Mr. Tom Nyanduga.

On behalf of the Governing Council, the TLS Secretariat would like to extend our appreciation to Mr. Charles Rwechungura for his acceptance and willingness to serve the Society in this important position of the Chairperson of the Nomination Committee.  

We wish Mr. Charles Rwechungura together with other members of the Nomination Committee all the best in facilitating a free and fair election of the Society leadership.

For your recollection, the following are members of the Nomination Committee;

  1. Mr. Charles Rwechungura ( Chairperson)
  2. Hon. Dr. Robert Makaramba ( Vice-Chairperson)
  3. Capt. Ibrahim Bendera ( Member)
  4. Ms. Joyce Kasebwa ( Member)
  5. Ms. Dosca Mutabuzi ( Member)

 

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