The Eastern Caribbean Supreme mourns the passing of
Justice Satrohan Singh (1938—2013).
Satrohan Singh, a native of Guyana, South American was born to Besall and Ram-pati Singh on 27th January 1938
He attained the status of Barrister-at-Law after having completed the reading of law at the Middle Temple, London in 1966; and was called to the Bar: England, 1966; Guyana, 1967; Antigua and Barbuda, 1974; Saint Lucia, 1978; Grenada, 1980; Commonwealth of Dominica, 1983; St. Vincent & the Grenadines, 1985; and St. Kitts & Nevis, 1990.
His legal career spanned 1967 to 2003, when he retired as an Appellate Judge of the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court (27th January 2003), and included: Legal Research Officer and Assistant Registrar, Court of Appeal, Guyana; Deputy Registrar, Supreme Court of Guyana; Crown Counsel, Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions, Guy-ana; Magistrate, Guyana; Registrar, High Court of Justice, Antigua & Barbuda; and Senior Magistrate, Saint Lucia. He served as a Resident High Court judge of the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court (1982—1991) in Grenada, Commonwealth of Dominica, St. Vincent & the Grenadines, and St. Kitts & Nevis; and as Appellate Judge, 1991 – 2003.
Her Ladyship, Justice Janice Pereira, Chief Justice of the Court, judges and administra-tive and support staff offer heartfelt condolences to the family and friends of Justice Satrohan Singh. In their hour of grief, may they be comforted in the knowledge that his life exemplified service to his fellow men. His contribution to the delivery of justice in the region will long be remembered