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Welcome to our NEW Corporate Services Unit Manager!
E lagona le agaga fiafia tele o le Komisi e fa’alauiloa atu le amatalia aloa’ia o le Ofisa Sili Lagolago o le Vaega o le Auaunaga Lautele, le Tōfā Masinamua Maselusi Ah Poe, i le Aso Gafua, aso 7 Ianuari 2019. E iai le agaga maualuga o le Komisi o le a fa’asoa mai tomai ma agava’a eseese o le susuga i le Ofisa Sili Lagolago fou auā lava le aga’i i luma o galuega fa’atino a le Komisi aemaise o lana auaunaga i le atunuu lautele.
The Samoa Law Reform Commission is pleased to announce the appointment of its new Manager for Corporate Services, Tōfā Masinamua Maselusi Ah Poe, who commenced work with the Commission on Monday, 7th January 2019. The Commission welcomes Mr Ah Poe’s and we look forward to him sharing his experience and wisdom to further improve the work and services of the Commission especially its services to the people of Samoa.
Welcome to our NEW Interns!
The Commission is very happy to welcome our 2019 January Interns: Susanna Connolly and Josephine Vidler from the University of Queensland, Australia!
Susanna is in her 4th year of Law/Arts majoring in Psychology. She is particularly interested in constitutional laws and is also fascinated by the different approaches to law reform.
Josephine is in her 5th year of Law/Science degree. She is interested in infectious diseases/health security and international law.
Susanna and Josephine are here to experience first-hand the work of the Samoa Law Reform Commission in reviewing and reforming the laws of Samoa, the Samoan way.
During their internship period with the Commission, they will take part in carrying out research to assist the Commission with their current Review of the Family Laws of Samoa project.
WELCOME SUSANNA & JOSEPHINE