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31 Jan 2020

The Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court is seeking applications from suitably qualified individuals to fill the roles of Executive Legal Assistant, Chief Justice, Legal Drafter I, Legal Drafter II and Deputy... Continue »

27 Jan 2020

Save the date! The 12th Annual CCJ International Law Moot is carded for 19 & 20 March 2020. 10 teams competing 2 days of mooting 1 challenge shield    ... Continue »

22 Jan 2020

On January 21, 2020, Her Excellency Ute König, the first female German Ambassador to Trinidad and Tobago, paid a courtesy call on President of the Caribbean Court of Justice, The... Continue »

16 Jan 2020

  The Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) was inaugurated on August 16, 2005. In 2020, the CCJ would be celebrating its 15th Anniversary for the entire calendar year. Stay tuned... Continue »

15 Jan 2020

A recent study conducted by the Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ), the German corporation for international co-operation, found a high level of confidence in the integrity and independence of the... Continue »

20 Dec 2019

The Supreme People's Court of China hosted a forum on the rule of law and the internet in December 2019. High-ranking jurists from approximately 20 countries and regions were invited... Continue »

12 Dec 2019

The Regional Judicial and Legal Services Commission (RJLSC) and the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) are deeply saddened by the passing of Lady Beverley Walrond, QC. We all fully expected... Continue »

6 Dec 2019

The Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) in its appellate jurisdiction, having the parties’ consent, granted an appeal in the matter of Caye International Bank Limited (CIB) and Joel M. Nagel... Continue »

28 Nov 2019

In a judgment released today, the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) dismissed the appeal in the matter of David Brooks v Alistair Lindsay Morris (The Executor of the Estate of... Continue »

28 Nov 2019

In a judgment issued today, the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) quashed the decision of the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court to give way to the rights of a person who... Continue »