Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ)

Following upon the adoption of its Strategic Plan in 2012, the Court has undertaken an exercise encompassing the comprehensive overhaul and restructuring of its administration. A new administrative structure has thus replaced the one in place since the Inauguration of the court in 2005. Under the President, there are a number of committees, headed by Judges. As regards the supporting administrative framework, the positions of Court Executive Administrator, Deputy Court Executive Administrator and Deputy Registrar and Deputy Marshal have been eliminated. The functions of these offices have been subsumed into that of the sole office of Registrar and Marshal. Within the restructuring exercise, a Human Resources Manager was appointed to the RJLSC in 2014, with joint responsibilities straddling both the commission and the CCJ. The various services provided by the Court to its users have been redistributed into three operational units: • Finance and Administration Management, comprising Finance and Accounting, Facilities and Assets Management and Administrative Services; • Communication and Information Management, comprising Information Technology, Library Services, Protocol and Information and Public Education and Communication; • Security and Logistics Management.
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Staff at Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) have experience in


  • law
  • legislation / regulations
  • slums / housing
  • torts / conflict resolution
  • constitutional law


  • colombia

Company Offices

  • Trinidad and Tobago (headquarters)
  • Port of Spain
  • 134 Henry Street, P. O. Box 1768, Port of Spain, Republic of Trinidad and Tobago