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VACANCY IN THE JUDICIAL AND LEGAL SERVICE
OF THE REPUBLIC OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
Bachelor of Law - LLB
Legal Education Certificate - LEC
Admission to practise Law in Trinidad and Tobago
Seven (7) years as an Attorney-at-Law
Extensive knowledge of the Laws of Trinidad and Tobago
Extensive knowledge of the Workmen's Compensation Act
Extensive knowledge of rules of Practice & Procedures of the Supreme Court
Extensive knowledge of Government Procedures and Practices
Experience in Civil and Public Law
Experience in Criminal Law and Procedures
Superior Communication skills - written and oral
Superior Negotiation and Mediation Skills
Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite
1. Exercises all the powers of the Judge of the High Court sitting in Chambers to determine matters.
2. Hears interlocutory applications for example, discovery of documents, security for costs, injunctions (by consent),
extensions of time, setting aside judgments, leave to issue writs of execution, bail and applications under
the Administration of Justice (Indictable Proceedings) Act, 2011.
3. Deals with assessments of damages and interpleader proceedings.
4. Adjudicates as a Commissioner for Workmen's Compensation on claims under the Workmen's Compensation
Act and in that capacity has "all the powers of the High Court".
1. Writes judgments
2. Researches and reviews laws, evidence and judgments
3. Reviews files and submissions
1. Sits as a member of the Rules Committee or any other committee as directed by the Honourable Chief Justice.
Performs related duties as required
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Barbados started the ninth edition of the
Caribbean Zonal Volleyball Association (CAZOVA)
Junior (Under-20) Women s Championship with a
3-2 ( 25-20, 19-25, 25-23, 24-26, 15-12) win over
Guadeloupe at Morne de Peres, Hall des Sports,
Saint Luce, Martinique on Sunday night.
While the scores may reflect a very entertaining
contest, the match was littered with a staggering 133
combined errors with Guadeloupe committing 74 to
the Barbadians 59.
Otherwise, the French-speaking Island led by
Megance Josephine was dominant in all other aspects,
22-19 on kills, 9-8 on blocks and 16-7 on service
For the Barbadians, who did not won a set while
competing in US Virgin Islands last year, and are
chasing a first podium finish since getting silver in
1997 and 1999, captain Ashley Marschall had 14
points, comprising eight kills and five blocks while
Mya Evelyn added seven, six and Dominique Best,
Guadeloupe got a match-high 15 points from Krysti-
na Vertot while her sister Krysta Vertot and captain
Josephine got eight points each.
Anne-Laure Assor and Vanessa Hatchi also chipped
in with six points each for Guadeloupe, but in the
end they brought about their own demise with their
Host Martinique enjoyed a nerve-wrenching, error-
filled 3-2 (25-16, 25-22, 20-25, 25-27, 15-12) triumph
against last year's runner-up US Virgin Islands in
the other game.
USVI enjoyed a 29-26 edge on kills while Mar-
tinique led on service aces, 14-9 and both teams
equal on blocks, 10-10.
For Martinique, captain Gayanee Eniona was the
main scorer with 15 points, inclusive of nine kills,
three blocks and three aces each while Noemie Beltan
The trio of Melissa Cyrilla, Coraline Siba and Julie
Ducry added nine, eight and seven points respectively
in the see-saw battle.
Middle-blocker Danielle Christian was the most
efficient scorer for USVI with a match high 16 points,
laced with 11 kills and three blocks while team captain,
Dinaja Dowdy got eight, Aliyah Bryan seven off the
bench, and Khrystin Rosa and Shanniah Crossley six
and five respectively.
Last night, defending champions T&T served off
its title defence against Martinique while Guadeloupe
and USVI clashed in a meeting of first day losers.
Today, T&T led by Glamorgan's Zahra Collins meet
Guadeloupe in a rematch of the 2009 final from 5pm
while USVI tacles Barbados in the second match.
CAZOVA JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIP
Former Manchester United star Dwight Yorke
would love to see Tottenham star Gareth Bale join
the English Premier League champions.
Reports Sunday suggested United manager David
Moyes had been given the go ahead to chase Bale
and former Old Trafford favourite Cristiano Ronal-
do.Speaking in Australia yesterday, Yorke said Bale,
23, would be a 'fantastic' signing for his former club.
"We've still got a lot of quality within the Man-
chester United team at this present time, but the
manager is always looking to strengthen," Yorke said.
"People like Gareth Bale---in terms of what he's
done, the player he has become over the years. He
would be a fantastic player to join Manchester Unit-
Yorke says Bale would
be fantastic at Man U
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