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Law Unduly Complex
Amendments to simplify and make the law relevant on way.  17th September 2007, 2:37pm
Attorneys' Bill
Members of the public have until 24 August to submit comments to a far-reaching draft Legal Practitioners Bill that will affect the entire legal profession if passed in its present form. The bill is available both on gov.ky and legal/judicial websites. 1st August 2007, 2:42pm
Draft Legal Practice Bill
Public comment is invited. 9th July 2007, 2:45pm
A Matter of Justice
The Chief Justice explains the importance of an accused person's right to defend himself. 30th May 2007, 2:47pm
Budget OK for AG, Judiciary
The approval from Finance Committee now goes back to the House. 21st May 2007, 2:51pm
Supplementary Budget Granted
Money to be used for various projects by 30 June 2007. 18th May 2007, 2:54pm
Public Input Sought
The Legal Practitioners Bill includes the establishment of a complaints committee to hear grievances against practising attorneys-at-law. 2nd February 2007, 2:57pm
Commission Appointees
The Law Reform Commission has enhanced its considerable expertise through the services of two legal luminaries. 21st August 2006, 3:03pm
New Legal Counsel
Ms Fikile Dlamini says she is “very excited” about the Law Reform Commission’s work. 21st August 2006, 2:59pm
Law Reform Commission Busy
A pioneering review committee has set for itself an ambitious programme over the next couple of years. 30th January 2006, 2:47pm
Law Reform Commission Meets with AG
Members of the newly established Law Reform Commission recently met with the Attorney General to discuss current issues in need of attention and to lay the groundwork for developing new areas in the Islands’ law. 5th September 2005, 3:15pm
The Law Reform Commission Established
The Honourable Sam Bulgin, Attorney-General has announced that the Law Reform Commission of the Cayman Islands was established on 1 May 2005. 5th May 2005, 3:38pm