Lawyers from across the country will gather at the Cathedral of the Assumption this Thursday, for a Church Service, which will be held to mark the start of the New law Year.
A release from the High Court Registrar says the Service is scheduled to begin at eight on Thursday morning.
It will followed by a procession from the Church to the Courthouse in Kingstown, where a Special Sitting of the High Court will be held, from about nine in the morning.
The Chief Justice of the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court, Dame Janice Pereira will deliver the Opening Address from ten in the morning 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.
The address will be carried live via simulcast to Courts in the other member states.