Jacqueline Graham to Serve as High Court Judge in Dominica

Jacqueline Graham to Serve as High Court Judge in Dominica

By TDN Newsdesk

July 14, 2022 5:30 A.M

Roseau, Dominica (TDN)

The Judicial and Legal Services Commission of the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court has named Mrs Jacqueline Louella Graham, a citizen of Guyana, as the judge who will replace outgoing judge Bernie Stephenson Brooks in Dominica.

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Judge Graham will serve in Dominica from September 2022

Graham is currently the Registrar and Marshal of the Caribbean Court of Justice and was appointed on July 1, 2014. Her appointment as a High Court judge to serve in Dominica will be effective from 1 September 2022.

Before embarking on her legal studies in 2004, Graham’s professional career started in the business field with a Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Management Studies from the University of Guyana in 1992 and then the degree of Masters of Business Administration (MBA) with specialization in the area of Finance from the University of Manchester, UK in 2004. 

Following the attaining of a law degree from the University of Guyana, Graham attended the Hugh Wooding Law School and received top honours for her Legal Education Certificate and her performance in the areas of Legal Drafting and Civil Procedure and Practice.

In Guyana, she worked first in private practice, and then as a lawyer with the Guyana Revenue Authority before serving as the Legal Assistant to the Chancellor of the Judiciary and Registrar of the Court of Appeal of Guyana.

In her role as Registrar and Marshal of the CCJ, Graham holds primary responsibility for the Court’s financial management.

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