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ECSC New Law Year opens September 17 as usual ceremonially

A press release on Thursday reveals that, “Thursday, 17th September 2015 signals the commencement of the New Law Year for the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court.”

It informs that the occasion will be marked with the usual Ceremonial Opening, in the form of a Special Sitting of the Court. The proceedings will commence with a Church Service at the St. Patrick’s Roman Catholic Church starting at 8:00 a.m., followed by a ‘Mini Parade’ and Inspection of a Guard of Honour at the Car Park at Government Headquarters Brades before proceeding to the Court where the Special Sitting of Court will be held.

The Opening Ceremony in Montserrat will be presided over by Her Ladyship the Honourable Justice Pearletta Lanns Ag. Last year Justice Albert Redhead presided, as he did the year preceding.

For the fourth time, the Chief Justice, Her Ladyship, Hon. Dame Janice M. Pereria, DBE, will deliver the Opening Address at 10:00 a.m. from the High Court of Justice in Grenada where the Court of Appeal will be holding its first scheduled sitting for the New Law Year.

Last year September 17, Dame Pereria began her address asking, “Is it for the members of the legal profession, the Executive Branch of our Member States and Territories, the civil societies of our region or to a lesser or greater extent, all of these groups?” She spoke on the theme, “’Fulfilling our Strategic Vision in Challenging Times’ Is this much ado about nothing, or is this really fundamental to everything?”

This year her address will cover topics relevant to the practitioners in the profession on the work of the Court and some of the upcoming plans which will be of interest to all members of society. It will be carried live, via simulcast will be facilitated by Columbus Communications Grenada Limited.

As usual the public is encouraged to participate in this significant event, by attending the High Court in their individual Member State; or via live streaming at https://new.livestream.com/anguillatv/ecsc. The reease which comes from the The public will also be able to follow the live broadcast via local media in the Member States and Territories.

 

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A press release on Thursday reveals that, “Thursday, 17th September 2015 signals the commencement of the New Law Year for the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court.”

It informs that the occasion will be marked with the usual Ceremonial Opening, in the form of a Special Sitting of the Court. The proceedings will commence with a Church Service at the St. Patrick’s Roman Catholic Church starting at 8:00 a.m., followed by a ‘Mini Parade’ and Inspection of a Guard of Honour at the Car Park at Government Headquarters Brades before proceeding to the Court where the Special Sitting of Court will be held.

The Opening Ceremony in Montserrat will be presided over by Her Ladyship the Honourable Justice Pearletta Lanns Ag. Last year Justice Albert Redhead presided, as he did the year preceding.

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For the fourth time, the Chief Justice, Her Ladyship, Hon. Dame Janice M. Pereria, DBE, will deliver the Opening Address at 10:00 a.m. from the High Court of Justice in Grenada where the Court of Appeal will be holding its first scheduled sitting for the New Law Year.

Last year September 17, Dame Pereria began her address asking, “Is it for the members of the legal profession, the Executive Branch of our Member States and Territories, the civil societies of our region or to a lesser or greater extent, all of these groups?” She spoke on the theme, “’Fulfilling our Strategic Vision in Challenging Times’ Is this much ado about nothing, or is this really fundamental to everything?”

This year her address will cover topics relevant to the practitioners in the profession on the work of the Court and some of the upcoming plans which will be of interest to all members of society. It will be carried live, via simulcast will be facilitated by Columbus Communications Grenada Limited.

As usual the public is encouraged to participate in this significant event, by attending the High Court in their individual Member State; or via live streaming at https://new.livestream.com/anguillatv/ecsc. The reease which comes from the The public will also be able to follow the live broadcast via local media in the Member States and Territories.

 

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