The Judiciary’s Mission and Vision Statements

Mission Statement:

Kottobar Eo:

The mission of the courts of the Marshall Islands, the Judiciary, is to fairly, efficiently, and effectively resolve disputes properly brought before them, discharging their judicial duties and responsibilities in accordance with the Constitution, laws, and customs of this unique island nation, for the benefit of those who use the courts’ services.

Kottobar eo an Jikin Ekajet ko an Marshall Islands ej non jerbal jimwe ilo ejelok kalijeklok im jeb ilo aoleb abnono ko rej itok imair, im non komane jerbal in ekajet im edro ko air ekkar non Jemen-Ei eo, kakien ko,im manit ko an ailon kein ad im jej jenolok kaki jen lal ko jet ikijien manit im men ko bwinnid im ad jolet, non emmanlok eo an ro rej bok jiban jen jikin ekajet eo.

Vision Statement:

Ettonak Eo:

The Marshall Islands Judiciary will be an excellent small-island judiciary, deserving of public trust and confidence.

  • The Judiciary will be fair and impartial.
  • The Judiciary will treat court users and colleagues with dignity, courtesy, and respect, and will require the same in return.
  • The Judiciary will provide affordable and accessible services to court users.
  • The Judiciary will seek to resolve matters efficiently, while maintaining quality, consistency, and certainty.
  • The Judiciary will be independent yet accountable, deciding matters based upon the facts before us and a conscientious understanding of the law and custom.
  • The Judiciary will administer the courts in accordance with internationally recognized standards for leadership, management, and accountability.
  • The Judiciary will seek and employ innovative practices and procedures to better serve court users, to identify users’ needs, and to develop court personnel.
  • The Judiciary will maintain adequate and safe courthouses and a supportive work environment.

Ra eo an jikin ekajet eo an Marshall Islands enaj juon raan jikin ekajet non ailin jidrik kein ad, eo im ebed liki im tomak eo an armij ro ie.

  • Ra eo an jikin ekajet eo enaj jerbal jimwe ilo ejelok am kalijeklok.
  • Ra eo an jikin ekajet eo enaj kile, kautej, im karejar ippen ro rej kojerbal im bukot jiban jen jikin ekajet eo, ekoba dri-jerbal ro mottam, im enaj kotmene bwe armij naj ukot tok ilo ejja wawein kein wot.
  • Ra eo an jikin ekajet eo enaj komman bwe en drik wonen, bidodo, im ejelok aban non ro rej kojerbal im bok jiban jen jikin ekajet eo.
  • Ra eo an jikin ekajet eo enaj bukot kojkan bwe en mokaj, emman, im jejjet wawein am bukot mejlan ailwaro im aikuj ko.
  • Ra eo an jikin ekajet eo enaj komman jemlok non abnono ko, ilo an ejelok kibel jen ijoko jabrewot, bedbed wot ion menin kamol ko rej walok, im jen am melele kin kien im manit.
  • Ra eo an jikin ekajet eo enaj kommani jerbal im eddro ko an court ekkar non jonak im wawein ko lal in ej kili im lori ikijen jerbal in tel, lolorjake, im bok eddro.
  • Ra eo an jikin ekajet eo enaj bukot im kojerbal wawein im rebeltan jerbal ko rekaal bwe en emman lok am kake aikuj ko an ro rej kojerbal jikin ekajet eo, im bareinwot non am kolablok kabeel ibben dri-jerbal ro ilo jikin ekajet eo.
  • Ra eo an jikin ekajet eo enaj lolorjake bwe jikin ekajet ko ren ainemmon im bolemeir, im bwe jitbon jerbal in ippen dron eo en wonmanlok wot.