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9 Apr 2021

The Regional Judicial and Legal Service Commission (RJLSC) wishes to obtain proposals from reputable firms for the provision of external audit services for the Caribbean Court of Justice and the... Continue »

6 Apr 2021

In the face of continued public health and travel restrictions resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic, the CCJ has cancelled its 2021 Annual International Law Moot competition. This was not an... Continue »

10 Mar 2021

In a judgment released yesterday, the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) dismissed the appeal in the matter of Roosevelt Skerrit & Ors v Antoine Defoe & Ors [2021] CCJ 4... Continue »

17 Feb 2021

We are aware that visitors to www.ccj.org may be experiencing technical difficulties in accessing media files such as documents, videos and photos. Please be assured that we are working to... Continue »

6 Oct 2020

In a judgment released today, the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) dismissed the appeal against the murder conviction in the matter of Hernan Manzanero v the Queen [2020] CCJ 17... Continue »

28 Aug 2020

In a judgment released today, the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) dismissed the appeal and affirmed the decision of the Court of Appeal of Guyana in the matter of Shir... Continue »

14 Jul 2020

In an order delivered today, the Caribbean Court of Justice agreed that the Director of Public Prosecutions of Belize is allowed to ask the Court of Appeal to consider the... Continue »

8 Jul 2020

In a judgment delivered today, the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) ruled that the judgment handed down by the Guyana Court of Appeal on 22 June 2020, which judgment was... Continue »

30 Jun 2020

In a judgment delivered today, the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) granted an appeal in the Appellate Jurisdiction matter of Belize International Services Limited v Attorney General of Belize[2020] CCJ... Continue »

23 Jun 2020

The Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) this afternoon issued an Order requiring the Guyana Elections Commission and its officers and agents to take no step to prejudice the fair hearing... Continue »