Caribbean Court of Justice

Please take notice that in a significant and historic move for justice, Mr Jason Jones, President and Co-founder of the Association of Caribbean Students for Equal Access to the Legal Profession (ACSEAL) has initiated legal proceedings in the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) against the Council for Legal Education (CLE), the Council for Human and […]

The Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) sat in St Vincent and the Grenadines today, July 20, 2018 for the first time in its 13-year history. The Ceremonial Sitting concluded the Court’s inauguration activities for its recently sworn- in President, the Honourable Mr. Justice Adrian Saunders. Hosted in the House of Assembly, Kingstown the sitting was […]

The Honourable Mr. Justice Saunders was installed as the third President of the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) in Montego Bay, Jamaica by His Excellency, the Most Honourable Sir Patrick Allen, ON, GCMG, CD, KSt.J, Governor General of Jamaica. The ceremony was held on July 4th, ahead of the Opening of the 39th Regular Meeting […]

(CNS) Antigua and Barbuda will host its first referendum on the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) on November 6, the same day that Grenada will host its second referendum on the court. Click here to read more

In a May 25th letter to the new Prime Minister of Barbados, Honourable Mia Mottley, Grenada’s Prime Minister Dr. the Right Honourable Keith Mitchell wrote: “I congratulate you and the Barbados Labour Party on your unprecedented win at the polls, and subsequent assumption to the leadership of Barbados. As you face the challenges ahead, I […]

For the first time in its history, the Caribbean Court of Justice held court in Antigua and Barbuda at a special sitting to honour the President of the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ), the Rt. Hon. Sir Dennis Byron. Representatives from the region came together to pay tribute and say farewell to Sir Dennis for […]

The media holds the repute of being the most influential of the fourth estate in the nation; the Fourth Estate comprises the wide civil society organizations, excluding the political segment.  In fact; the media is unofficially the fourth arm of government and thus it deserves respect and support; the other arms constitutionally recognized are the […]

The Caribbean Academy for Law and Court Administration (CALCA), the educational arm of the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ), is embracing an expanded mandate and has been reconstituted as the CCJ Academy for Law. As a part of this new development, the Academy has been incorporated as a non-profit entity with its own legal identity. The […]

In relation to the recent attack in the media on the reputation of the President of the Caribbean Court of Justice by a dissatisfied litigant, the President has been advised by his advisors that it would not be appropriate at this time to respond publicly in his personal capacity in any detail to the allegations made against him […]

MORE CASES GOING TO THE CCJ Port of Spain — As several CARICOM states contemplate having the Caribbean Court of Justice replace the British Privy Council as a final court of appeal there continues to be marked improvement in the number of judgments delivered and overall efficiency of the Court. For the first half of […]

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