CCJ’s 2018 Annual Report showcases growth
CCJ’s President, the Honourable Mr. Justice Adrian Saunders, said in his introduction to the report, “over the last year, the Court maintained its solid track record of outstanding judicial work. The appellate caseload of the CCJ steadily expanded. But, even more significant than the increase in the number of appeals heard and judgments delivered, was the impressive variety and significance of the cases themselves.”
The theme of the Court’s annual report, ‘building’, reflects on the solid foundation that the CCJ now has and how it will be used to fuel growth in the future.
The report covers the CCJ’s previous judicial year, which began in August 2017 and ended in July 2018, and contains summaries of the 34 judgments issued in the Appellate Jurisdiction and one judgment from the Court’s Original Jurisdiction.
The Court’s financial performance, including its audited financial statements for 2017, is also included in the publication. In addition, the publication also includes reports from each of the Court’s departments, committees and related organisations.
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