We are concerned with the continued problems the judiciary of Kenya are experiencing in relation to the resources allocated to the judiciary in particular those arising from the delays caused by the non- approval by the President
Her Ladyship, The Hon. Dame Janice M. Pereira, DBE, LL.D., Chief Justice, Judicial Officers, Management and Staff of the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court join the regional legal fraternity in mourning the death of Mr. Parnel R. Campbell QC.
The CMJA, CLA and CLEA are concerned that the provisions of the proposed High Court (Salaries and Allowances) Amendment Bill 2021 will seriously affect judicial independence in Kiribati.
The Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) Commission hosted the official launch of the 40th Anniversary of the OECS, presenting planned activities to commemorate the June 18th 2021 milestone.
The Court-Connected Mediation Practice Direction (Re-Issue) represents a complete overhaul of the 17-year old Practice Direction No. 1 of 2003.
It is with deep sadness that we announce the passing of the Hon. Mr. Justice Neville Leroy Smith, retired High Court judge of the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court.
Her Ladyship the Honourable Dame Janice M. Pereira DBE, LLD, Chief Justice and the Members of the Sentencing Advisory Committee (‘SAC’), invite you to take part in wave3 of the ECSC Sentencing Guidelines Stakeholders’ Public Consultation.
Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court Issues Practice Direction on Sentencing for the Offence of Murder Slated To Come Into Effect on 1st September, 2020.
The Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court (ECSC), with the support of the British High Commission and the US Embassy for Barbados and the Eastern Caribbean, embarked on The Sentencing Guidelines Initiative aimed at promoting and streamlining the Court’s approach to sentencing across its nine-member jurisdiction.