CCJ to bid farewell to the Hon. Mr. Justice Hayton
On Friday, 17 May 2019 at 10 am AST, the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) will host a Ceremonial Sitting at its headquarters in Port of Spain to commemorate the Honourable Mr. Justice David Hayton’s retirement from office Mr. Justice Hayton, having joined the Court at its inception in 2005, is one of the Court’s longest-serving judges. CCJ President, the Honourable Mr Justice Adrian Saunders noted that “his legal acumen, scholarship and diligence have had a tremendous impact on the Court. As Chairman of the Caribbean Court of Justice Annual International Law Moot Committee, he has led the organisation of the competition, which has grown from strength to strength, over its eleven years. Having worked with Justice Hayton since the early days of the Court, I can say without any hesitation that his shoes will be difficult to fill, but we are pleased to be welcoming Justice Peter Jamadar to the CCJ in July when Justice Hayton leaves us”.
Access the full Media Release here: CCJ Media Release 16_2019