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Commonwealth Caribbean Legal Materials: A Select Subject Bibliography

  • Joan A. Brathwaite

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This Bibliography draws together materials authored or edited by librarians and members of the legal community in the Commonwealth Caribbean and further afield. It was compiled as part of a research study on The Provision of Legal Information in the Commonwealth Caribbean, in an effort to bring together and disseminate a listing of materials, particularly those on the legal information and the various laws and legal systems of the Caribbean.

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AS&K Digest of Bermuda Considered Judgments. Hamilton: Appleby, Spurling & Kempe, 1986 - (Updated periodically).
Brathwaite, Joan A. (comp.). Index of OECS Unreported Cases 1954-1987. Compiled in co-operation with the UWI/USAID Caribbean Justice Improvement Project. Cave Hill, Barbados: UWI Faculty of Law, 1994.
Brathwaite, Joan A. (comp.). Revolutions and Counter-Revolutions: A Synopsis of Events 1973-1986 with Particular Emphasis on the 1986 Trial; with an Introduction and Bibliography of Materials Held on the Subject in the UWI Faculty of Law Library, Cave Hill. Cave Hill, Barbados: University of the West Indies Faculty of Law Library, 1986.
Brathwaite, Joan A. (comp.). Women and the Law: A Bibliographical Survey of Legal and Quasi-Legal Materials with Special Reference to Commonwealth Caribbean Jurisdictions and Including Relevant Commonwealth Caribbean Legislation and Case Material. Mona, Jamaica: University of the West Indies Press, 1999.
Brathwaite, Joan A. (comp.). Women's Human Rights and Violence against Women in the Caribbean. Cave Hill, Barbados: Faculty of Law Library, University of the West Indies, 1998.
Crookendale, Kay. Revolution in Grenada: A Selection of Articles From Caribbean Newspapers. Cave Hill, Barbados: UWI Faculty of Law Library, Public Services Section, 1979.
Durrant, Fay. Subject Index to the Judgments of the Courts of the Former British West Indies and Commonwealth Caribbean Territories, as Held in the University of the West Indies, Faculty of Law Library, Cave Hill, Barbados, up to May 31st 1975. Cave Hill, Barbados: University of the West Indies Faculty of Law Library, 1975.
Durrant, Fay. 1st Supplement 1975-76 (by Fay Durrant)
Durrant, Fay. 2nd Supplement 1976 (by Velma Newton)
Durrant, Fay. 3rd Supplement 1977-78 (by Velma Newton).
Jamaican Legal Directory. Kingston, Jamaica: Easy Law Ltd., 1991-1992.
Lynch, Sir Douglas. An Index to the Income Tax Act. Bridgetown, Barbados: The Author, 1995.
Meade, Steadroy (comp.). Consolidated Index of Statutes and Subsidiary Legislation for Montserrat, 1999 -. Brades: Office of the Attorney General, 1999 -.
Mitchell, Don. Mitchell's West Indian Bibliography, 5th ed., 2002. Available: http://www.books.ai/5th.
Moss, Sylvia G. (comp.). Caribbean Environmental Law Index. Cave Hill, Barbados: The Compiler, published with the assistance of the World Wildlife Fund, 1987.
Moss, Sylvia G. (comp.). Environmental Legislation of the Commonwealth Caribbean. Barbados: Caribbean Conservation Association, 1982.
Moss, Sylvia G. (comp.). Pan American Health Organization/World Health Organization LEYES database: English-speaking Caribbean Countries / prepared with the co-operation of the Faculty of Law, University of the West Indies, Cave Hill, Barbados, by Mrs. S.G. Moss. Washington, D.C.: PAHO/WHO, 1996.
Moss, Sylvia G., and Newton, Velma, eds. West Indian Law: A Bibliography of Writings by University of the West Indies Faculty of Law Staff. Cave Hill, Barbados: UWI Faculty of Law Library, 1976.
Newton, Maureen. Directory of Caribbean Publications. 2nd ed. Georgetown: Caribbean Community Secretariat, Documentation Centre, 1997.
Newton, Velma. (comp.). Commonwealth Caribbean Legal Literature: A Bibliography of all Primary Sources to Date and Secondary Sources for 1971-1985. Cave Hill, Barbados: University of the West Indies, Faculty of Law Library, 1987.
Newton, Velma. (comp.). Supplement, 1986-1995. Cave Hill, Barbados: University of the West Indies, Faculty of Law Library, 1995.
Newton, Velma. (comp.). Tax Law Bibliography: Primary and Secondary Materials Held in the Faculty of Law Library, University of the West Indies, as at March 31, 1986. Cave Hill, Barbados: Faculty of Law Library, 1986.
Newton, Velma. (comp.). University of the West Indies Faculty of Law Publications: 1971-1988. Cave Hill, Barbados: Caribbean Law Institute, 1991.
Newton, Velma, and Moss, Sylvia, eds. Law in Caribbean Society: An Annotated Guide to U.W.I. Law in Society Dissertations, 1973-1996, and a Selection of LL.M. and Ph.D. Dissertations 1978-1996. Cave Hill, Barbados: Faculty of Law Library, 1998. 2 v.
OECS Bar Association. Directory of Lawyers. 2nd ed. St. John's, Antigua, The Association, 1994.
Patchett, Keith, and Jenkins, Valerie. A Bibliographical Guide to Law in the Commonwealth Caribbean. (Mona, Jamaica: University of the West Indies Faculty of Law (and) Institute of Social and Economic Research, 1973).
University of the West Indies. Faculty of Law Library. Consolidated Indexes of Statutes and Subsidiary Legislation [for all of the Commonwealth Caribbean Territories, and Bermuda]. Cave Hill, Barbados: University of the West Indies, Faculty of Law Library, 1977 -.
Wellard, Andrew. Subject Index to the Laws of Antigua and Barbuda 1970-1990. St. John's, Antigua: Antigua and Barbuda Law Library, 1991.
Alexis, Francis R. Aspects of Judicial Review of Administrative Action in the Commonwealth Caribbean in Comparison with Great Britain. Ph.D. Thesis. University of Cambridge, 1980.
Alexis, Francis R.Substantive ‘Ultra Vires’ in Commonwealth Caribbean Administrative Law.” West Indian Law Journal 7 (1983): 292322.
Anthony, Kenny D.Dismissal at pleasure: the history and consequences of its abolition.” West Indian Law Journal 7 (1983): 5686.
Barnett, Lloyd. “Judicial review: recent developments.” Seminar Paper presented at a Seminar held by the Jamaican Bar Association, in association with the General Legal Council and the Norman Manley Law School, June 1999.
Charles, John E. The Approach to Ouster Clauses in the Commonwealth of Dominica. LL.M. Thesis. University of the West Indies, 1997.
Eversley, Calvin. “Are public servants still dismissible at pleasure in Guyana?West Indian Law Journal 7 (1983): 123139.
Eversley, Calvin. “Natural justice and its application to multi-tiered proceedings.” West Indian Law Journal 22 (1997): 73-98.
Herbert, Carla. “Caribbean public service reform: judicial review of decisions affecting the employment of public officers in Trinidad and Tobago.” Commonwealth Law Bulletin 21 (1995): 283297.
Newton, Velma. The Administrative Justice Act of Barbados 1980: Case Law, 1985-99. Cave Hill, Barbados: Faculty of Law Library, University of the West Indies, 2000.
Barnett, Lloyd. “The legal implications of banking practice in the relationship between banker and customer: some new developments.” Paper presented at the Continuing Legal Education Seminar held by the Jamaican Bar Association, in association with the General Legal Council and the Norman Manley Law School, October 1997.
Carmichael, Trevor, and Mahon, Susan D.. “Banking law and practice in the Caribbean region: regulation and supervision.” Commonwealth Law Bulletin 13 (1987): 10541062.
Denbow, Claude. “Status report on regulation of domestic banking and financial institutions in the Commonwealth Caribbean.” Caribbean Law and Business 1:3 (1989): 4951.
Gilmore, William C. Dirty Money: The Evolution of Money Laundering Counter-Measures. Strasbourg: Council of Europe Press, 1995.
Hylton, Michael. “The liability of financial institutions for the unauthorized acts of employees.” Paper presented at a Continuing Legal Education Seminar held by the Jamaica Bankers Association, in association with the Jamaican Bar Association, General Legal Council and the Norman Manley Law School, October 1997.
Joseph, Rita, and Grant, Linda. “Banking in Grenada.” International Bank Secrecy. Salzburg, Austria: Center for International Legal Studies, 1992. (Chapter 15).
Vincent, Cherrie-Ann. A Critical Examination of the Law Relating to Non-banking Financial Institutions in Trinidad and Tobago. LL.M. Thesis. University of the West Indies, 1994.
Brown, Sir George N.Landmark decisions in Belize since independence.” Caribbean Law Review 5 (1995): 540568.
Belize Refutes Guatemala's Claim: Oral Presentations Made by Belize in Response to Guatemala's Claim. Washington, D.C.: OAS, 2001.
Taylor, Barry Michael. International Boundary Disputes: Border Issues in the Caribbean Basin. LL.M. Thesis. University of the West Indies, 1987.
Broadbent, Graeme and Rawlins, Hugh A.. “Disclosure of information, public interest immunity and the privilege against self-incrimination in the British Virgin Islands.” Caribbean Law Review 9 (1999): 2648.
Little, Denier. Some International Legal Aspects of Regional Integration: The Caribbean Community and the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States. LL.M. Thesis, University of the West Indies, 1988.
Lloyd, Sobian. The Weak Nature of the Freedom of Movement of Persons within CARICOM, Poses as an Impediment to the Economic Integration Objective. Law in Society II Paper, University of the West Indies, 2000.
Menon, P.K.Regional integration: A case study of the Caribbean community (CARICOM).” Caribbean Law Review 5 (1995): 81143.
Bishop, Eric H.A., with Newton, Velma. Civil Procedural Practice in the Eastern Caribbean High Court. Bridgetown, Barbados: Triumph Publications, 1999.
Kodilinye, Gilbert, and Kodilinye, Vanessa. Commonwealth Caribbean Civil Procedure. London; Sydney: Cavendish, 1999.
Nelson, R.F. Fustum fumnidos tantaraboo: reflections on civil procedure in Trinidad and Tobago.” The Lawyer: Journal of the Law Association of Trinidad and Tobago 6 (1998): 59.
Williams, Sir Denys, and Chaudhary, Roop L.. “Civil procedure in English-speaking Caribbean, with special reference to Barbados, Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago.” Tijdschrift voor Antilliaans Recht 1 (1985): 215.
Rawlins, Hugh A.Aspects of the UNCITRAL regimes for procurement and for international commercial arbitration, and government international commercial contracts in the Commonwealth Caribbean.” Caribbean Law Review 7 (1997): 214270.
Stoppi, M.J. Commercial Arbitration in the Caribbean: A Practical Guide. Mona, Jamaica: University of the West Indies Press, 2001.
Carnegie, A.R. “Introduction to West Indian law.” Paper delivered at the Joint Conference of the Caribbean Association of Law Libraries (CARALL) and International Association of Law Libraries (IALL) on Legal Information in the Caribbean: Sources and Access, Barbados, April 16-19, 1990.
Carnegie, A.R.The law in the English speaking Caribbean.” Caribbean Background Papers. Cave Hill, Barbados: Centre for Multi-Racial Studies, 1972. 4657.
Kodilinye, Gilbert and Menon, P.K., eds. Commonwealth Caribbean Legal Studies: A Volume of Essays to Commemorate the 21st Anniversary of the Faculty of Law of the University of the West Indies. London: Butterworths, 1992.
Marshall, Oshley Roy. A Look at the Law and its Administration in the Commonwealth Caribbean. Mona, Jamaica: Council of Legal Education, 1973.
Patchett, Keith. “Reception of law in the West Indies.” Jamaica Law Journal 1973: 1735; and continued in Jamaica Law Journal 1974: 5567.
Alexis, Francis R. Changing Caribbean Constitutions. Bridgetown: Antilles Publications, 1983.
Alexis, Francis R. The Constitution and You: Grenada. Cave Hill, Barbados: University of the West Indies/US Agency for International Development Caribbean Justice Improvement Project, 1991.
Alexis, Francis R.Key issues in Commonwealth Caribbean Constitutional law arising from Payne v. A.G. West Indian Law Journal 6 (1982):3380.
Alleyne, Brian. Constitution of the Commonwealth of Dominica. Roseau, Dominica: Committee for Progress in Democracy, (Dominica), 1988.
Barbados Constitution Review. The Barbados Constitution: Facts and Questions / prepared for the Commission by Velma Newton. St. Michael, Barbados” Cabinet Office, 1997.
Barnett, Lloyd G. The Constitutional Law of Jamaica. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1977.
Barnett, Lloyd G. The Jamaica Constitution: Basic Facts and Questions. Kingston, Jamaica: Sangster's Book Stores, 1992.
Browne, Henry L. Fundamental Rights in St. Kitts-Nevis-Anguilla. Ph.D. Thesis. Rockwell University, Arizona, 1983.
Carnegie, A.R. Floreat the Westminister model? A Commonwealth Caribbean perspective.” Caribbean Law Review 6 (1996): 112.
Carnegie, A.R. General Outline Comparison of Some Features of the Constitution of Barbados with Those of the Constitution of Guyana, Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago. Bridgetown: Government Printing Office, 1978.
Christopher, Benedicta P.T. A Case for the Inclusion of a Bill of Rights in the Constitution of the British Virgin Islands. LL.M. Thesis. University of the West Indies, 1997.
Crabbe, V.C.R.A.C.The myth of the sovereignty of Parliament.” Caribbean Law Review 9 (1999): 4970.
DeMerieux, Margaret. Fundamental rights in Commonwealth Caribbean Constitutions. Cave Hill, Barbados: Faculty of Law Library, University of the West Indies, 1992.
Eversley, Calvin A.Jurisdictional issues in the adjudication of Human Rights claims under Commonwealth Caribbean constitutions.” Caribbean Law Review 11 (2001): 6986.
Fiadjoe, Albert K.Is there a right to pre-trial disclosure in West Indian constitutional law?Caribbean Law Review 6 (1996): 273317.
Fiadjoe, Albert K.The Westminister transplant in the Commonwealth Caribbean – Some pertinent issues.” West Indian Law Journal 11:2 (1987): 6478.
Fraser, Stephen. “The evolution of constitutional protection of fundamental rights in Guyana.” Caribbean Law Review 11 (2001): 87110.
Georges, Telford (Philip Telford). “Creating constitutions in the Eastern Caribbean.” Speech delivered at the 10th Dr. Eric Williams Memorial Lecture Series, 1992.
Harris, Ray C.M. The Development and Demise of United Kingdom Parliamentary Sovereignty and the Concomitant Rise of Constitutional Sovereignty in the Commonwealth Caribbean. LL.M. Thesis. University of the West Indies, 1983.
Herbert, William V. The Distribution of Powers in the Constitution of the West Indies. Ph.D. Thesis. University of London, 1960.
Inniss, W. LeRoy. The Constitution and You: Barbados. Cave Hill, Barbados: University of the West Indies/US Agency for International Development Caribbean Justice Improvement Project, 1991.
Kaseke, Elson. “Legislative powers in the hands of the Executive: The delegated legislation process in Belize.” West Indian Law Journal 1998 (25th Anniversary): 612.
Lewis, Lowell L. Double-edged Sword: The Montserrat Constitution Order 1989 – Fight for the Constitution of Montserrat. [s.l.: s.n., 1995].
Macaulay, Berthan. “The Jamaica Constitution: conflict of powers – The Pratt and Morgan Case. West Indian Law Journal 18 (1993): 4553.
McIntosh, Simeon C.R. Caribbean constitutional reform: Rethinking the West Indian polity. Kingston, Ja.: Caribbean Law Publishing, 2002.
McIntosh, Simeon C.R.Constitutional reform and the quest for a West Indian hermeneutics.” Caribbean Law Review 7 (1997): 1160.
McIntosh, Simeon C.R.Fundamental rights and democratic governance in the Commonwealth Caribbean.” Caribbean Law Review 6 (1996):13-119.
McIntosh, Simeon C.R.The St. Kitts-Nevis question: secession or constitutional reform?Caribbean Law Review 7 (1997): 419463.
McKoy, Derrick. “The evolving Constitutional Law on prolonged delay after sentence.” West Indian Law Journal 18 (1993): 113.
Marshall, Oshley Roy. “The Federation of the West Indies: The end of an experiment?” Current Legal Problems 1962: 126144.
Persaud, Guya. “The Trinidad and Tobago Constitution – The ouster clause and consultation.” The Lawyer: Journal of the Law Association of Trinidad and Tobago 3:4 (1989): 511.
Phillips, Sir Fred. Commonwealth Caribbean Constitutional Law. London: Cavendish, 2002.
Phillips, Sir Fred. Freedom in the Caribbean: A Study in Constitutional Change. Dobbs Ferry, New York: Oceana Publications, 1977.
Ramphal, Shridath S. “The West Indies – a constitutional background to federation.” Public Law 1959: 128151.
Smith, Jamal. A Re-founding of Constitutionalism in the Commonwealth Caribbean: A Critique of the British White Paper on Overseas Territories. Law in Society II Paper. University of the West Indies, 2000.
Watkins, Edwin H.Some reflections on the need for constitutional changes in Trinidad and Tobago.” The Lawyer: Journal of the Law Association of Trinidad and Tobago 3:2 (1988): 1121.
Williams, Sir Denys. Twenty-one years after the Barbados Constitution. [Bridgetown, Barbados: Supreme Court of Barbados, 1987].
Burgess, Andrew. “The Barbados Companies Act, cap. 308 and receivers’ duties.” Caribbean Law Review 6 (1996): 318344.
Burgess, Andrew. “Creditor protection and registration of company charges in Barbados: an evaluation.” Caribbean Law Review 5 (1995): 380400.
Burgess, Andrew. The Law of Corporate Receivers and Receiver-Managers. Kingston, Jamaica: Caribbean Law Publishers, 2002.
Carmichael, Trevor. “Some special features of the new Barbados corporate legislation.” Caribbean Law and Business 2:2 (1990): 7882.
Denbow, Claude H.Highlights of the companies acts.” The Lawyer: Journal of the Law Association of Trinidad and Tobago 6 (1998): 1012.
Hamel-Smith, Timothy. The Companies Act: Frequently asked Questions – Articles Produced for Publication in the Trinidad Express, June-October 1997. Port-of-Spain, Trinidad: M. Hamel-Smith & Co., 1997.
Jeremie, John. “A regime of privilege: the requirement of prior leave in the winding up of insurance companies.” Company Lawyer 20 (1999): 9496.
Lynch, Sir Douglas. The [Barbados] Companies Act and Index. Bridgetown, Barbados: The Author, 1996. (Updated 2000).
Maynard, Peter D.The Bahamas International Business Companies Act 1989.” Caribbean Law and Business 3:1 (1991): 4344.
Rattray, K.O.Company law reform – The challenge of the 1990s.” Caribbean Law and Business 2 (1990): 4559.
Stanford, Lurline. “The status of Company Law in the Commonwealth Caribbean.” Caribbean Law and Business 2:1 (1990): 6370.
Walcott, Lesley A.The contemporary auditor – A watchdog: New wine in old wine skins?Caribbean Law Review 10 (2000): 132155.
Walcott, Lesley A. “Poison pills in the Commonwealth Caribbean: Stena Finance BV v. Sea Containers Ltd.“. Journal of Business Law (1996): 206219.
Walcott, Lesley A.Shareholders and takeover regulation in the Commonwealth Caribbean: Some preliminary issues.” Caribbean Law Review 5 (1995): 336379.
Williams, Sir Denys. “The CARICOM Companies Bill and the Barbados Companies Act 1982: A comparison.” Caribbean Law and Business 2:2 (1990): 4655.
Williams, Sir Denys. “Overview of the Companies Act of Barbados (Chapter 308).” Caribbean Law and Business 2:1 (1990): 7182.
Bastide, Bastide Michael de. “The case for a Caribbean Court of Appeal.” Caribbean Law Review 5 (1995): 401431.
Brady, Cherry. The Doctrine of Judicial Precedent: Cases, Materials and Commentary. Cave Hill, Barbados: UWI Faculty of Law, 1988.
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Burgess, Andrew. “Judicial precedent in the West Indies.” West Indian Law Journal 1978: 2737.
Hamilton, Rosalea. “ Stare Decisis and the development of Caribbean Jurisprudence.” Caribbean Law Review 8 (1998): 330350.
Malcolm, Howard N.Towards the emergence of an Anglo-West Indian Jurisprudence.” West Indian Law Journal 18 (1993): 5375.
Patterson, P.J.Towards a new Jurisprudence.” Address delivered by the Prime Minister of Jamaica, the Rt. Hon. P.J. Patterson, at the Graduation Ceremony of the Norman Manley Law School, Jamaica, October 5, 1996. Caribbean Law Bulletin 2 (1997): 17.
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Pollard, Duke E.E.Some Implications of investing the Caribbean Court of Justice with original jurisdiction.” Georgetown, Guyana: Caribbean Community Secretariat, 1998.
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Rawlins, Hugh A. The Caribbean Court of Justice: The History and Analysis of the Debate. Commissioned by the Preparatory Committee on the Caribbean Court of Justice. Georgetown: CARICOM Secretariat, 2000.
Vasciannie, Stephen. The Privy Council versus the Caribbean Court of Appeal: Some general observations. Kingston, Jamaica: UWI Office of the Deputy Vice Chancellor, 1996. (Caribbean Contemporary Affairs, No. 3).
White, Dorcas. Jettison the Judicial Committee? You T'ink it Easy? Cave Hill: UWI Faculty of Law, 1975.
Alleyne, Olson. Aspects of the Law Relating to Sexual Offences in a Commonwealth Jurisdiction, the Sexual Offences Act 1992, no. 3, Barbados. LL.M. Thesis. University of the West Indies, Faculty of Law, 1997.
Bailey, Patrick Delano. “Elements of the case for the defendant.” Paper presented at a Continuing Legal Education Seminar held by the Jamaican Bar Association, in association with the General Legal Council and the Norman Manley Law School, November 1996.
Broadbent, Graeme, and Hall, Clifford. “'Born Again’ in Barbados: The Theft Act 1992.” Caribbean Law Review 5 (1995): 260292.
Cumberbatch, Jeff. “Anti-money laundering legislation: A major objective against narco traffickers.” Paper delivered at Second Regional Judicial Symposium, Nassau, Bahamas, 1999.
Edwards, Adolf C. The Development of the Criminal Law in Jamaica up to 1900. Ph.D. Thesis. University of London, 1968.
Gifford, Anthony. Capital and Non-capital Murder: A Guide for Practitioners. Kingston, Jamaica: Advocates Association of Jamaica, 1994.
Hall, Clifford. “A Legislative history of Vagrancy in England and Barbados.” Caribbean Law Review 7 (1997): 314367.
Harrison, Karl, et al. Harrisons’ Law Notes and Materials. Kingston, Jamaica: Caribbean Law Publishing, 2000.
Maynard, Peter D.The new emerging Caribbean anti-money laundering regime, with special reference to the Bahamas.” West Indian Law Journal 20 (1995): 121136.
McDowell, Zanifa. “Criminal law in the West Indies: After 30 years of independence (or dependence?).” West Indian Law Journal 1998 (25th Anniversary): 5265.
Seetahal, Dana. “HIV/AIDS and criminal liability.” The Lawyer: Journal of the Law Association of Trinidad and Tobago 6 (1997): 1418.
Small, Richard. “Unsworn statements from the dock: The Jamaica situation.” West Indian Law Journal 8 (1984): 8398.
Sykes, Bryan. “Presentation of the case for the prosecution.” Paper presented at a Continuing Legal Education Seminar held by the Jamaican Bar Association, in association with the General Legal Council and the Norman Manley Law School, November 1996. West Indian Law Journal 1998 (25th Anniversary): 31-35.
Seetahal, Dana S. (Saroop). Commonwealth Caribbean Criminal Practice and Procedure. London: Cavendish, 2001.
Ifill, Ifill Lynette Ann. Extraterritorial Reach of the Cuban Liberty and Democratic Solidarity Act 1995. LL.M. Thesis. University of the West Indies, 1997.
Neblett, Cheryl Ann. The Land Acquisition Act of Barbados, Cap. 228. LL.M. Thesis. University of the West Indies, 1998.
Anderson, Winston C. Caribbean Environmental Law: Development and Application – Environmental Legislative and Judicial Developments. Mexico, Mexico City: UNEP, 2002.
Anderson, Winston C. Locus Standi in Commonwealth Environmental Law: Caribbean perspectives.” Caribbean Law Review 4 (1994): 379411.
Anderson, Winston C. Multilateral Environmental Agreements (MEA) Implementation in the Caribbean: Report and Guidelines. Mexico City, Mexico: UNEP, 2000.
Carnegie, A. Ralph and Anderson, Winston C.. “The Law and Legislation of Barbados relating to coastal conservation and management.” In Institutional Strengthening Project: Final Report – Stage 1. Prepared for the Coastal Conservation Project Unit, Ministry of Labour, Consumer Affairs and the Environment, Government of Barbados by Wills & Shier. Toronto, Ontario, April 1992.
Moss, Sylvia G. “Facilities for teaching and research of health legislation at the University of the West Indies Faculty of Law Library.” Paper delivered at the Meeting of Health Legislation Co-operating Centres, Washington, D.C., December 14 and 15, 1992.
Pollard, Duke E.E. Environmental Laws of the Commonwealth Caribbean: An Analysis and Needs Assessment – A Study Commissioned by the Caribbean Law Institute. Revised Edition. Cave Hill, Barbados: The Institute, 1992.
Toppin-Allahar, Christine. “A comparative analysis of environmental impact assessment law and planning practice in the Commonwealth Caribbean.” Caribbean Law Review 11 (2001): 124.
Darkoh, Andy. “Corroboration rules in the law of evidence – Should the Caribbean jurisdictions continue to hold on to them?Caribbean Law Review 6 (1996): 501514.
Welch, Diana L. The Accountability of Statutory Corporations in Bermuda. LL.M. Thesis. University of the West Indies, 1998.
Boxill, Eileen. “Developments in Family Law since emancipation.” West Indian Law Journal 9:2 (1985): 920.
Boxill, Eileen. Origin and Development of Family Law in Jamaica. Ph.D. Thesis. University of Birmingham, Faculty of Law, 1982. 2 v.
Brady Clarke, Cherry. “Jamaica: The Matrimonial Causes Act, 1989.” Caribbean Law Review 1 (1991): 112.
Cumper, Gloria. Survey of Social Legislation in Jamaica. Law and Society in the Caribbean Series, no. 1. Mona, Jamaica: Institute of Social and Economic Research, University of the West Indies, 1981.
Daly, Stephanie. “Family and Child Law in Trinidad and Tobago.” Paper presented to the First Workshop on Social Legislation relating to the Family and Child in the Caribbean, Trinidad, 22-26 September 1975.
Daly, Stephanie. The Legal Status of Women in Trinidad and Tobago, 1975. [Port-of-Spain, Trinidad]: National Commission on the Status of Women in Trinidad and Tobago, 1975.
Forde, Norma M. Aspects of Law Relating to the Status of Women with Particular Reference to Selected CDCC Countries. Port-of-Spain, Trinidad: Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean/Caribbean Development and Co-operation Committee, 1989.
Forde, Norma M.Barbados Family Law and social change.” Journal of Family Law 30 (1991-92): 263–71.
Forde, Norma M. Women and the Law. Women in the Caribbean Project, vol. 1. Cave Hill, Barbados: Institute of Social and Economic Research (Eastern Caribbean), University of the West Indies, 1981.
Forte, Margaret E.Matrimonial property: The existing law in Jamaica.” Caribbean Journal of Legal Information 4 (1987): 1822.
Jackson, Leighton M. Family Law in the Commonwealth Caribbean: The Challenge for validity and authenticity. Doctor of Jurisprudence Thesis. York University, Osgoode Hall Law School, 1987.
Kodilinye, Lystra. “The Judicial Determination of Child Custody Issues in the Commonwealth Caribbean.” Commonwealth Caribbean Legal Studies: A Volume of Essays to Commemorate the 21st Anniversary of the Faculty of Law of the University of the West Indies, edited by Kodilinye, Gilbert and Menon, P.K.. London: Butterworths, 1992. 219250.
Levers, Priya A. “Custody of children, parent rights and child's rights: Where does the balance lie?” Paper presented at the Jamaican Bar Association Continuing Legal Education Seminar, Hedonism III/Breezes Beach Resort, Runaway Bay, Jamaica, May 6, 2000.
McDowell, Zanifa. Elements of Child Law in the Commonwealth Caribbean. Kingston, Jamaica: University of the West Indies Press, 2000.
Marcus, Stanley I. “General review of the Matrimonial Proceedings and Property Act after ten years.” Paper presented at the Joint Seminar of the Bar Association and the Law Society of Trinidad and Tobago, November 12, 1983.
Owusu, Sampson. “De facto spouses in Barbados: Computation of Time in Cohabitation” in Commonwealth Caribbean Legal Studies, edited by Kodilinye, Gilbert and Menon, P.K.. London: Butterworths, 1992. 251266.
Owusu, Sampson. “Unions other than marriage under the Barbados Family Law Act 1981.” Parts 1 and 2. Anglo-American Law Review 21 (1992): 5386 and 449-484.
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Stanford, Lurline. Equality Before the Law: Family Law Act Barbados – 1981. Cave Hill, Barbados: Faculty of Law, University of the West Indies, 1983.
White, Dorcas Elizabeth and Jackson, Leighton. “Status of children legislation and the conflicts of law.” West Indian Law Journal 8 (1984): 325.
James, Rudolph, and Lutchman, Harold. Law and the Political environment in Guyana. Georgetown, Guyana: University of Guyana, Institute of Development Studies, 1984.
Chuck, Delroy. Should we hang? Bridgetown, Barbados: Cedar Press, 1980.
Fiadjoe, Albert, and Liverpool, N.J.O. (eds.). Cases on Commonwealth Caribbean Bill of Rights. Cave Hill, Barbados: UWI/USAID Caribbean Justice Improvement Project, 1991.
DeMerieux, Margaret. “Access to court for breach of fundamental rights in the Caribbean” in International Human Rights Law in the Commonwealth Caribbean, edited by Byre, A.D. and Byfield, B.Y.. Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1991. 119124.
Georges, Telford (Philip Telford).The protection of human rights through law in the Commonwealth Caribbean.” Commonwealth Law Bulletin 18 (1992): 12861297.
Glinton, Maurice O.The right to life and physical integrity of the person (Torture and other cruel or degrading punishment, safeguards guaranteeing protection of the rights of hose facing the death penalty).” West Indian Law Journal 15 (1991): 4554.
Hamel-Smith, Christopher. “Techniques of constitutional interpretation: Giving meaning to fundamental rights and freedoms in Trinidad and Tobago.” The Lawyer: Journal of the Law Association of Trinidad and Tobago 2:2 (1985): 1322.
James, R.W.The state of Human Rights enforcement in the Co-operative Republic of Guyana.” West Indian Law Journal 7 (1983): 1435.
Joseph, Cuthbert. “Human Rights with respect to the Commonwealth Caribbean.” Lecture delivered on the Fiftieth Anniversary of the U.N. Declaration of Human Rights under the auspices of the United Nations in Port-of-Spain, Trinidad on December 3, 1998.
Khan, Israel B. Scales of Justice. With a Foreword by Theodore R. Guerra. St. Augustine, Trinidad: Legal Books Ltd., 1993.
Maharaj, Ramesh Lawrence. “The death penalty: legal and constitutional issues.” Caribbean Law Review 9 (1999): 137156.
Martineau, Russell. “Content of the fundamental rights and freedoms.” Parts I and II. The Lawyer: Journal of the Law Association of Trinidad and Tobago 1:3 (1979): 1315; 1:4 (1979): 20-23.
Murray, Harold. “Police excesses, the Courts and Human Rights in Jamaica.” The Lawyer: Journal of the Law Association of Trinidad and Tobago 2:2 (1985): 3234.
Theodore, Michael. “Fundamental rights: How far have we gone?The Lawyer: Journal of the Law Association of Trinidad and Tobago 3:4 (1989): 2641.
Vasciannie, Stephen. International Law and Selected Human Rights in Jamaica. Kingston, Jamaica: Norman Manley Law School, 2002.
Alleyne, Olson. “Computer misuse and traditional legal concepts in the Commonwealth Caribbean: Some of the Most Common Acts of Computer-related Crime – The Deficiencies of Most Legal Systems at Present.” Paper presented at the First in a series of Seminars on “Secure Business in the Digital Environment” held at the Sherbourne Conference Centre, Barbados, 4 and 5 September 2001.
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