News

1 Apr 2016

Her Excellency Dame Cecile La Grenade, GCMG, OBE, PhD, Governor General of Grenada during a visit to Trinidad and Tobago paid a courtesy call on the President of the Caribbean... Continue »

17 Mar 2016

Judgment was delivered today in the CCJ’s first case dealing with instances when transactions can be set aside because it was obtained by the exercise of undue influence. In Campbell... Continue »

11 Mar 2016

The Norman Manley Law School of Jamaica has won the 8th Annual CCJ International Law Moot, in Port of Spain, Trinidad on Friday 11 March 2016. (more…) Continue »

9 Mar 2016

Antigua and Barbuda has launched a public education campaign to educate their citizens on the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) as the twin-island nation moves towards a referendum to have... Continue »

4 Mar 2016

The Caribbean Court of Justice 8th Annual International Law Moot will take place on Friday 11th March 2016, at the Court's Headquarters in Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago. (more…) Continue »

26 Feb 2016

Presented below is Issue 2 of JURIST News, the newsletter of the Judicial Reform and Institutional Strengthening (JURIST) Project: [caption id="attachment_6049" align="alignleft" width="150"] JURIST News Issue 2[/caption]      ... Continue »

3 Feb 2016

The Caribbean Court of Justice today delivered its decision in four jointly heard applications for leave to appeal arising out of Barbados. The Court directed that all four appeals be... Continue »

1 Feb 2016

The Caribbean Court of Justice unanimously upheld the sexual assault conviction of Barbadian Clarence Sealy. Sealy had appealed against his conviction of indecent assault on a six year old girl.... Continue »

25 Jan 2016

Please be advised that the Caribbean Court of Justice will be closed on 8 and 9 February 2016 due to Trinidad and Tobago's carnival. (more…) Continue »

11 Dec 2015

Mme. Justice Engelbrecht, together with a number of trainee judges from the judiciary of the Dutch Caribbean visited the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) and a number of other courts... Continue »