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CCJ partners with the Judiciary of Trinidad & Tobago and the European Union to host judicial education workshop

On 18 May 2023, the Chief Justice, judicial officers of the Judiciary of Trinidad and Tobago, members of specialised courts and tribunals and other jurists joined the President and judges of the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) for a judicial sensitisation workshop on...

CCJ Congratulates Justice Peter Jamadar on Receiving an Honorary Doctorate

On Thursday, 11 May 2023, the Hon. Mr Justice Peter Jamadar received an honorary doctorate from Emmanuel College of Victoria University, in the University of Toronto, Canada. Mr Justice Jamadar is currently a Judge of the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ). Access the...

CCJ President Welcomes Saint Lucia to its Appellate Jurisdiction

The Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) notes that the Constitution of Saint Lucia (Amendment) Act has been assented to by the Governor General of Saint Lucia and that state has now officially acceded to the CCJ’s Appellate Jurisdiction. On behalf of the CCJ, I extend my...

CCJ Allows Appeal in Domestic Violence Case

The Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) has allowed the appeal of Ms Roxann Rachel Goddard in the Barbadian appeal of Goddard v Akojee & The Attorney General of Barbados BBCV2022/001. Ms Goddard previously applied for, but was denied a protection order after the...

Historic fifth win for Norman Manley Law School at 13th Annual CCJ International Law Moot

On Friday 17 March, the Norman Manley Law School was declared the winner of the XIII Annual Caribbean Court of Justice’s (CCJ) International Law Moot competition. The Jamaica-based institution bested six other law schools and law faculties from throughout the region,...

CCJ Dismisses Claims by British American Policyholders

Yesterday, the Caribbean Court of Justice delivered its judgment in Ellis Richards & Ors. v The State of Trinidad and Tobago AGOJ2021/001, a case in its Original Jurisdiction. Deciding a preliminary point raised at the case management stage, the CCJ dismissed the...

New Registrar and Chief Marshal Assumes Duty

The public is advised that Mrs Gabrielle Figaro-Jones has assumed duty as Registrar and Chief Marshal effective 16 February 2023.    

Courtesy Call by Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Spain

  The Right Honourable Sir Dennis Byron, CCJ President, on 24 January 2014 received a courtesy call from His Excellency José María Fernández López de Turiso, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Spain, at the Headquarters of the Court, Port of Spain.

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Notice of Invitation of Amicus Curiae.

CCJ Launches Sensitisation Series for the Original Jurisdiction and Referral Process Workshop

On 24 November 2022, the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) and the CCJ Academy for Law, in collaboration with the Judiciary of Belize, launched the Inaugural Referral Workshop Series and sensitisation sessions on the CCJ’s Original Jurisdiction (OJ) at the Biltmore...