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20 Oct 2021

The Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court is seeking applications from suitably qualified individuals to fill the role of Justice of Appeal. Access the full advertisements and application forms here: Vacancy Notice... Continue »

30 Jul 2021

In a judgment released today, the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) dismissed the appeal of the Trust Company (Guyana) Limited in the matter of Trust Company (Guyana) Limited v Guyana... Continue »

30 Jul 2021

In a judgment released today, the Caribbean Court of Justice (“CCJ”) dismissed the appeal of Mr Grenville Ricardo Delpeache (“Delpeache”) in the matter of Delpeache v Commissioner of Police [2021]... Continue »

2 Jul 2021

On 11 May 2021, the Court made an order allowing an appeal from Barbados in the case of Dottin’s Academy Inc v Beverley Norville [2021] CCJ 8 (AJ). On that... Continue »

25 Jun 2021

In a judgment released today, the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) dismissed an appeal from Guyana in the matter of Blairmont Rice Investments Inc v Kayman Sankar Investments Ltd, Kayman... Continue »

24 Jun 2021

On behalf of the Caribbean Court of Justice, I must express how deeply sorry we are to learn of the death of His Honour Judge René Sylvestre, the President of... Continue »

23 Jun 2021

In a judgment released today, the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) allowed the appeal of Solomon Marin Jr in the matter of Solomon Marin Jr v The Queen [2021] CCJ... Continue »

16 Jun 2021

With great sadness, I learnt of the passing of former Ambassador Gerald Thompson of the Ministry of Foreign and CARICOM Affairs and who also served at the Trinidad and Tobago... Continue »

29 Apr 2021

In a judgment released today, the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) dismissed the appeal of the Estate of Marjorie Ilma Knox in the matter of the Estate of Marjorie Ilma... 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 »