CCJ President to attend 20th Commonwealth Law Conference in Australia

CCJ President, Sir Dennis Byron
CCJ President, Sir Dennis Byron

The Right Honourable Sir Dennis Byron, President of the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) will be attending the Commonwealth Law Conference, set to take place in Melbourne, Australia, from March 20th to the 24th. The CCJ President, in his role as Chairman of the Commonwealth Judicial Education Institute, will be the patron of the Commonwealth Chief Justices’ Meeting during the conference.

The four-day conference, being held under the theme ‘Thriving in a global world: building on the rule of law’, will cover issues including cybercrime, migration, child protection, the growth of the Asia-Pacific region and the future of the legal profession.

The CCJ President stated, “for most of my judicial life I have championed two things – increasing the use of technology in courts and the importance of education for judges. This conference will be attended by some of the finest minds in the legal profession and I welcome the opportunity to share some of the knowledge that I have gathered and to learn from others.” (more…)