1970 – 1971 – Meeting of the Committee of Attorneys-General and issuance of draft report on the Establishment of a Regional Court of Appeal

“The Resolution which was tabled at the Sixth Meeting of the Heads of Government of the Caribbean Community in Kingston in 1970, urged the establishment of a Committee of Attorneys-General to consider the question of establishing a final appellate Court in the Caribbean…the Attorneys-General met in Barbados in August 1970 and in Guyana in March 1971. They put forward their Draft Report for study by, and discussion with, the Organization of Commonwealth Caribbean Bar Associations (OCCBA)…”

“The Caribbean Court of Justice: The History and Analysis of the Debate”, The Hon. Mr. Justice Hugh Rawlins (2000)

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