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TRINIDAD – CCJ President disappointed with...

Newly appointed president of the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ),...

Supreme Court closed to facilitate relocation

Members of the public are asked to note that the Supreme Court...

Barbadian lawyers to discuss developments in...

A two-day seminar designed to provide guidance on recent developments...

Pilgrim hails CCJ ruling that set murder convicts...

One of this island’s leading defence attorneys expects that more of...

Judgment reserved in police promotions case

The Court of Appeal Thursday reserved judgment in the case of 14...

UPDATE: PM takes on Comissiong

Prime Minister Freundel Stuart is fighting back against social...

Suspended!

A 41-year-old female attorney-at-law was Tuesday suspended from...

Stuart fights back against Comissiong

The minister responsible for Town & Country Planning, Prime...

Police officer accused of two counts of fraud

A 50-year-old police officer has been formally charged with two...

Judiciary gets draft gender equality protocol

Barbados has taken a major step towards ensuring gender equality in...

Digital justice

The St Matthias Magistrates’ Court is going digital with the receipt...

Byer-Sukoo: Sexual harassment laws coming

Legislation forbidding sexual harassment in the workplace is to be...

Campus Trendz civil suit still on

With the building which once housed the now infamous Campus Trendz now...

Bar association rejects judge-only trials

The legal fraternity is rejecting a recommendation by Director of...

Justice denied!

“It cannot be right.” That was the angry reaction by lead attorney...

Financial boost for justice system

Barbados has received some financial assistance from Global Affairs...

No unethical moves, CJ warns young attorneys

Chief Justice Sir Marston Gibson warned the island’s newest crop of...

90-day rule

Frustrated with the slow wheels of justice in the country, prominent...

Bar Association responds to Inniss

Restructuring the Bar Association of Barbados to include people from...
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