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Posted: Tuesday 31 January, 2023 at 4:24 PM

Barbadian Judicial Officers receive training in Judicial Leadership and Court Management

CCJ Judge and Chair of CAJO, the Hon Mr Justice Jamadar, served as the main facilitator during the intensive three-day training programme which focused on judicial leadership and court management
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By: (CCJ), Press Release

    Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, 30th, January 2023 -- From 26-28 January 2023, Judges and the Registrar of the Barbados Judiciary participated in a judicial training workshop for Judicial Leadership, Court Management and evidence-based decision making. Under the theme ‘Achieving goals, meeting expectations: A deep dive exploration-participant focused judicial education’, this training covered critical areas as Judicial Leadership, Accountability, and Responsibility; Setting and Meeting Sustainable Performance Standards; Criminal and Civil Case and Caseflow Management; and Issue- Driven Approaches to the Civil Case Management and Decision Making. 


    Hosted by the Judicial Reform and Institutional Strengthening (JURIST) Project in partnership with the Caribbean Association of Judicial Officers (CAJO), the initiative is one of several regional judicial reform projects that have been conducted by the JURIST Project over its nine-year span. 


    The workshop’s faculty comprised the Hon. Mr Justice Adrian Saunders, President of the Caribbean Court Justice (CCJ) along with the Hon. Mr Justice Jamadar, CCJ Judge and Chair of the CAJO. They were also joined by the Hon. Mme Justice Pemberton, Judge of the Court of Appeal of Trinidad and Tobago the Hon Mme Justice Ramsumair-Hinds, Judge of the Supreme Court of Trinidad and Tobago. 


    The Hon. Mr Justice James, Judge of the Supreme Court of Barbados, the Hon. Mme Justice Griffith, Judge of the Supreme Court of Barbados also participated as faculty, as well as Ms Kerine Dobson, Legal Officer to the President of the CCJ, and Ms Candace Simmons-Peters, Executive Administrator of CAJO. 


    In commenting on the training exercise, the CCJ President remarked “the workshop was an extraordinary success. It was attended by the Chief Justice, Sir Patterson Cheltenham and the entire complement of judges (save two who were unfortunately out of the country). The level of participation was truly excellent. The judges were enthused and engaged, and, at the end of the workshop, they committed to adopting certain concrete initiatives which will be implemented during this year.”


    To learn more about the JURIST Project and their work in the region, please visit their website






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