Barbadian lawyers to discuss developments in Australian law

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A two-day seminar designed to provide guidance on recent developments in Australian law on which the Evidence Act of Barbados is based gets underway here on Monday.

Chief Justice, Sir Marston Gibson and Australia’s Ambassador to the Caribbean Community (CARICOM), John Pilbeam will address the opening ceremony.

The organizers say that it is anticipated that the seminar would also assist in the streamlining of the island’s trial process, particularly in respect of the introduction of items into evidence.

It is geared towards members of the judiciary, magistracy, police prosecutors and members of the Barbados Bar Association.

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Barbadian lawyers to discuss developments in Australian law

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A two-day seminar designed to provide guidance on recent developments in Australian law on which the Evidence Act of Barbados is based gets underway here on Monday.

Chief Justice, Sir Marston Gibson and Australia’s Ambassador to the Caribbean Community (CARICOM), John Pilbeam will address the opening ceremony.

The organizers say that it is anticipated that the seminar would also assist in the streamlining of the island’s trial process, particularly in respect of the introduction of items into evidence.

It is geared towards members of the judiciary, magistracy, police prosecutors and members of the Barbados Bar Association.

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