A competent, fair and independent judiciary with knowledge of the culture over which it administers justice is key in ensuring that persons – regardless of their gender, nationality, race, religion, sexual orientation, social or economic status – are free to pursue their dreams and ambitions without fear of being treated unlawfully by the Cayman Islands Government (“the Government”) or in civil matters.

A summary of the work performed by the Judicial and Legal Services Commission ("the Commission") from 2010 to 2015, during the tenure of the first Chairman, is outlined in the report with the aim that it will help add to the appropriate transparency that the Commission is seeking to achieve.


Click here to read the full JLSC Report.