Event Date(s): 30/09/2009
Location: Faculty of Law Conference Room
The Faculty of Law resumes its Faculty Workshop Series on Wednesday, September 30 at 6:30 p.m. in the Faculty of Law Conference Room.
Dr. David Berry, Senior Lecturer (Cave Hill), has joined the Series as a Co-coordinator and will be leading an international law focused Series this year, titled, “International, Regional and Transnational Law: Dialectic and Change in the
The commentator will be Dr. Chantal Ononaiwu (‘99), attorney-at-law. Dr. Ononaiwu is the Trade Policy and Legal Specialist, Office of Trade Negotiations, CARICOM.
Please click here for a copy of Dr. Berry's paper.
The Caribbean Court of Justice recently issued its first five original jurisdiction decisions – cases involving the interpretation and application of the Revised Treaty of Chaguaramas. Three of these decisions establish jurisdictional criteria for private entities; two resolve disputes over waivers of the Common External Tariff between the Trinidad Cement Company and TCL
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