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Proposed Upcoming Activities 2019

Welcome to our collection of proposed activities for 2019.

The CCJ Academy For Law proposes a collection of events that will add value to all members and stakeholders. Over the course of 2019, we intend to host and support several events that contribute to achieving our goals and furthering the legal and administration of justice professions. Have a look at the our proposed list of upcoming activities for 2019 below. Feel free to contact us with any questions that you may have.

1. Special Guests at Judges’ Luncheon

The CCJ Academy for Law assists in identifying and facilitating attendance by special guest to the monthly judges’ luncheon.

2. Accommodation for CCJ Academy for Law

The Academy is housed in the office of the Caribbean Court of Justice.

3. The Referral Process

4. Annual Board Meeting

The Board of Directors is the highest decision making body of the Academy and meets at least once each year.

5. 6 Point Policy Package – Collaboration with CARPHA

A colloborative initiative with CARPHA will permit the insertion of legal pricinplels into the public health discussions.

6. Hague Conference on Private International Law

The Academy and the HCCH to collaborate in presenting the importance of commercial conventions to national and regional economic developments.

7. Inauguration of Caribbean Community Administrative Tribunal


The CARICOM Administrative Tribunal will hear and decide labour disputes between CARICOM institutions and their employees.

To Be Inaugurated October 2019

8. Hire of Staff for the CCJ Academy of Law


The Academy requires and proposes to recruit support staff to advance its work.

9. Eminent Caribbean Jurist Project

The International Court of Justice, which has its seat in The Hague,
is the principal judicial organ of the United Nations

A major event is planned to celebrate the rule of international law in the Caribbean and those who have contributed to that endeavour.

10. Regional State of Public Health Report



This activity will explore the use of law as a means of preventing and reducing crime and violence.


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