Pusey appointed Jamaica’s first Chief Judge

September 15, 2016
Contributed Governor-Genera Sir Patrick Allen Looks on as Judith Pusey takes the oath of allegiance and the judicial oath as the country's first Chief Judge of the Parish Courts, during a swearing-in ceremony at King's House yesterday.

Renowned Parish Judge Judith Pusey has been sworn in as Jamaica's first chief judge of the Parish Courts.

At a swearing-in ceremony for judges at King's House yesterday, Governor General Sir Patrick Allen said she is making history as the first person and first woman to occupy the new office.

Justice Dennis Morrison, president, Court of Appeal, wished Pusey "the very best of luck as she seeks to bring some definition to this important new office".

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