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Appointment Of Judges Discussed At Public Consultation On The Judiciary

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Should the power of appointment of judges remain solely with the Judicial and Legal Service Commission?

This was one of the questions posed at the first Public Consultation on the Judiciary, which was hosted by the Law Association of Trinidad and Tobago ahead of the appointment of new judges to the bench.

The session's purpose was to gather feedback both from the public and members of the legal fraternity that would, in turn, guide the JLSC's appointment of judges.

Janine Browne reports.

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