As previously noted in an earlier contribution, the month of October marks the anniversary of the admission to practice of most Attorneys-at-Law who would have graduated from the Hugh Wooding Law School. ..
With the changing of the administrative and judicial guard in the High Court of Guyana, an opportunity is presented to reflect on the resolutions, expectations for the administration of justice and practice ..
It is well accepted in modern civilization that a democratic society should enjoy three branches of government; the legislature, the executive and the judiciary. The judiciary of Guyana consists of the Chancellor, ..
Nations all over the world, in their Constitutions, regard the doctrine of the separation of powers as a guiding light. The framers of the Constitution of the United States of America called the separation ..
Prepared by Teni Housty, Attorney-at-Law, LL.M.; MBA Every year, in October and November, the numbers of the members of the legal profession increase. For the new members of the bar, admission is a time ..
Ananda Devi Dhurjon, LLB, LLM (UWI), LLM (Lond) – Principal Parliamentary Counsel We often hear politicians and commentators speak of the ‘Rule of Law’. Its phraseology breeds a variety of interpretations, ..
by Teni Housty, Attorney-at-Law, LL.M.; MBA Introduction The times when we stop to think that life is good are not always frequent. Sometimes, Guyana can be that sort of place. When last did you, the reader, ..