Chief Justice of Barbados

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The Chief Justice of Barbados is the head of the Supreme Court of Barbados as defined by the constitution.[1]

The constitution of Barbados states:

The first Chief Justice of Barbados and St Lucia, Sir R Bowcher Clarke, took office on 13 December 1841. In 2011 Justice Marston Gibson was appointed the 13th incumbent.

List of Chief Justices

References

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  10. ^ https://www.thegazette.co.uk/London/issue/41557/page/7215/data.pdf
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  14. ^ "Barbados Prime Minister slams retiring Chief Justice David Simmons over the ethics of Simmons' appointment". Barbados Free Press. 13 February 2010. Retrieved 24 September 2015.
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