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Appeal from Independence to 2012. It is truly a labour
of love undertaken by a hard-working committee within
the Judiciary with a narrative written by the distinguished
Professor Bridget Brereton. I want to publicly acknowl-
edge and thank them for their efforts.
The second is a Criminal Bench book that will be
of inestimable practical value to judicial officers as well
as practitioners. The completion of a local bench book
that incorporates the most recent jurisprudence is a
signal accomplishment and it once more affirms the
Judicial Education Institute (JEI) as the premier institution
of its kind in the region. Some of us have just recently
completed certification under a Train the Trainers pro-
gramme administered jointly with the UCL to increase
and develop the skills of our local faculty in accordance
with the philosophy of drawing wherever possible on
indigenous resources. The JEI continues to be central
to our developmental strategy.
So there you have it ladies and gentlemen. What I
have given you today is a summary of some of the more
significant achievements and ongoing initiatives from
the just-concluded law term. A more complete account
must await the annual report whose publication date
has been adjusted to October 2015 in order, among
other things, to bring the reporting into alignment with
the conclusion of the fiscal year.
Clearly, while a lot has been accomplished, there is
much more to be done and we need the support and
cooperation of the Legislature, the Executive, and all
our stakeholders especially the Bar.
In the latter regard it would be remiss of me if I did
not acknowledge with gratitude the very cordial rela-
tionship we enjoy with the current executive of the
Law Association backed by tangible support through
participation in joint training and assistance on com-
mittees to review draft rules and process reform including
work on weekends and public holidays. Attorneys from
the Attorney General s office, former Ministry of Justice
and Chief Parliamentary Counsel have also rendered
yeoman service and I thank them.
For those of you who came today expecting fireworks
or drama I am sorry to disappoint you. Now is not the
time for that.
I m just trying to use common sense. The new admin-
istration must be given fair time to settle in and find
its feet in the context of whatever is the state of our
national finances. I anticipate that we will be told in
the upcoming budget presentation but we do pay atten-
tion to campaign promises so I look forward to early
and constructive dialogue and a fair and adequate allo-
cation to the judiciary.
Please permit, in conclusion, me to truncate the cus-
tomary individualised words of welcome and farewell
and mention of transitions in the interests of keeping
this address to a digestible length. All will be acknowl-
edged in the Annual Report and, today, I will simply
thank all who have left us through retirement or oth-
erwise for their contribution and welcome those who
Before I close though, I must thank all those who
have made today s events a successful and worthwhile
experience. First and foremost we owe a debt of gratitude
to His Excellency the President and the Honourable
Prime Minister for gracing us with their presence.
Thanks must also be extended to our distinguished and
highly respected guest speaker former president Richards
for an inspiring and thought-provoking address.
Our thanks go out as always to the Dean of the Cathe-
dral Church of the Holy Trinity for our service of worship
and celebration. I must also specifically correct an egre-
gious omission from last year.
Every year our service is put on with the cooperation,
advice and assistance of the Inter Religious Organisation.
It is a sterling example of the type of unity and har-
monious coexistence that can be achieved if we put
aside our differences and focus on our shared humanity.
The service is an important and sobering reminder
of the awesome responsibility that we undertake as
judicial officers and on whose behalf we do
it. I want to publicly express our appreciation
to Brother Harry and the other religious
heads for their contribution.
To all of you who have taken the time and
trouble to attend today s proceedings, your
presence makes this occasion special. Thank
you for coming.
Thank you, as well, to the St. Margaret s
Boys Ensemble and last, but by no means
least, to all the MTS and judiciary staff who,
as usual, have gone beyond the call of duty
to ensure that facilities and arrangements
are in good order. Thank you all, very very
Finally, may I take the liberty of endorsing
the Honourable Prime Minister s recent call
for an attitude adjustment and a commitment
to service before self. I can think of no better
closing exhortation than to repeat the words
of Dr. Slinger Francisco in his classic nation-
"Forget political policy and political ties
And rebuild your country before the good
If everyone would learn to play their part
That is enough to make a useful start
So we will have a better Trinidad [and
In no time at all for big and for small,
There s no other way to do it, show your
Unity, somehow if Trinidad ever needed
you is now."
This Court is now adjourned.
Continued from Page A11
No fireworks, just common sense...
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