Backlog plan to ease courts
AN ARRANGEMENT is now in place to help address some of the backlog of cases in the courts.
Chief Justice Sir Marston Gibson signed a memorandum of understanding with the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill, paving the way for the provision of internships to students in the Faculty of Law Thursday.
The Chief Justice said that under the four-year agreement, the students would assist judges, registrar and masters with research for a month.
“The interns are not only going to help us with the backlog which we have but it’s going to help us with the backlog which we can have . . . ,” said Sir Marston, citing the large cohort of students graduating from that faculty annually. (WILLCOMM)
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