CCJ President stresses importance of a quality judiciary

22 Aug 2012

 

The President of the Caribbean Court of Justice, The Rt. Hon. Sir Dennis Byron, is advocating that judges must uphold the law; demonstrate the highest levels of integrity; be impartial; and recuse themselves from matters in which there is a perception of bias on their part.

 

The CCJ President made these statements via a video presentation to the Judiciary of Barbados at their recent retreat on the issue of Judicial Temperament in Bridgetown, Barbados on August 3rd 2012.

 

Access the full CCJ Media Release here:  MEDIA RELEASE 13-2012

 

 

Access the full text of the Court President’s speech here:

 http://www.caribbeancourtofjustice.org/papersandarticles/Judicial%20Temperament%20-%20(Barbados%20Judicial%20Retreat%202012)%20(2).pdf

 

Access the video statement here:

https://www.wuala.com/freespiritmediatt/Caribbean%20Court%20of%20Justice/?key=aVdYvBjKWTcd