March 6, 2021

Caymanian Bar Association wants acting judges to be resident in Cayman Islands

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Judicial Appointments

From Caymanian Bar Association

We welcome our six newly appointed acting judges and Chief Justice Kawaley and Mr Raj Parker who have recently been sworn in as Grand Court Judges (and part time judges) in the Financial Services Division. They are obviously able appointees.

The public should know though that the legal profession is not consulted at all about judicial appointments.

The CBA notes that two more judges have been appointed who will not be resident in the Islands.

Its view is that it is in the public interest that our judiciary should, if possible, be resident here.

We hope that view will be taken into consideration in respect of appointments in future.

 

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