Tag Archives: Legal

Law Week Activities Continued With Free Legal Advice To Members The Public

Activities to observe law week are continuing today with free legal advice being given to members of the public. Yesterday was dubbed Pro Bono Day, as members of the St. Vincent and the Grenadines Bar Association volunteer their services free of cost at the Memorial Hall. Several other events are planned for the remainder of… Continue Reading →

Prime Minister To Take Legal Action Against Radio Host

Prime Minster Dr. Ralph Gonsalves is seeking compensation from BDS Limited and Talk Show Host Margaret London, in relation to statements made during a recent radio programme. Lawyer for Dr. Gonsalves, Graham Bollers has sent letters to both parties, seeking a full and unequivocal withdrawal and apology for the slander, to be published in one… Continue Reading →

Caribbean Officials CSME Discussions

Officials from the Caribbean Community CARICOM and the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States, OECS, will be involved in discussions here next week on the draft model legislation to deal with deficiencies in the legal and regulatory framework of the Single Market and Economy (CSME). A release from the Regional Integration and Diaspora Unit RIDU, in… Continue Reading →

Emphasis Is Being Placed On Integrity Among Legal Practitioners

A senior member of the local legal fraternity has emphasized the importance of integrity among legal practitioners, in the execution of their duties. The point was made by Queen’s Counsel, Stanley John, during a special sitting of the High Court held last week to mark his admission to the Inner Bar. Addressing the gathering, Mr…. Continue Reading →