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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
Group J1: $26,300 per month
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Service Commissions Department
#52 - 58 Woodford Street
Port of Spain.
Professional Application Forms are obtainable from any District Revenue Office, the Chief Administrator, Tobago House
of Assembly, the Service Commissions Department or the Service Commission Department website at www.scd.org.tt.
Persons who have applied previously and who still wish to be considered for appointment to the office are advised to re-
apply in response to this Advertisement.
Dennis Farina, a onetime Chicago cop who as a
popular actor played a cop on Law & Order, has
Farina died yesterday morning in a Scottsdale, Ari-
zona hospital after suffering a blood clot in his lung,
according to his publicist, Lori De Waal. He was 69.
For three decades, Farina was a character actor
who displayed remarkable dexterity, charm and, when
called for, toughness, making effective use of his
craggy face, steel-gray hair, ivory smile and ample
Farina appeared in films including Get Shorty, Sav-
ing Private Ryan, Midnight Run and Out Of Sight.
Among his many TV portrayals was Detective Joe
Fontana on Law & Order during the 2004-06 seasons.
He starred in the 1980s cult favorite Crime Story
and was a regular in the 2011-12 HBO drama Luck.
He recently completed shooting a comedy, Lucky
A veteran of the Chicago theater, Farina appeared
in Joseph Mantegna s Bleacher Bums and Streamers,
directed by Terry Kinney, among other productions.
Born February 29, 1944, in Chicago, he was a city
detective before he found his way into the acting
profession as he neared his forties.
His first film was the 1981 action drama Thief,
directed by Michael Mann, whom he had met through
a mutual friend while still working for the Chicago
"I remember going to the set that day and being
intrigued by the whole thing," Farina recalled in a
2004 interview with AP. "I liked it. And everybody
was extremely nice to me. If the people were rude
and didn t treat me right, things could have gone
the other way."
Farina is survived by three sons, six grandchildren
and his longtime partner, Marianne Cahill. (AP)
of Law & Order,
dies at 69
This 2004 file image of actor Dennis Farina in
character as Police Detective Joe Fontana on NBC's
Law & Order. Farina died suddenly yesterday, in
Scottsdale, Arizona after suffering a blood clot in his
lung. He was 69. AP PHOTO
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