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Vacancy for the Post of Chief Justice, Republic of Seychelles


The Constitutional Appointments Authority invites applications for the post of Chief Justice in the Supreme Court of Seychelles.
 

PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL APPLICATIONS MUST BE SENT DIRECTLY TO THE CONSTITUTIONAL APPOINTMENTS AUTHORITY AND NOT THE JUDICIARY
 

The Chief Justice sits full-time as Judge of the Supreme Court (and Constitutional Court) and, as a Judge of the Supreme Court, is also an ex-officio member of the Court of Appeal.

COVID-19 - Government Special Measures and legislation

On 8 April 2020, by Press release, the Public Health Commissioner (Acting under regulation 7, 7C, 8, 9 and 13A of the Public Health (Infectious Disease Regulations, SI 8 of 1960) ordered that:

"[F]or a period of 21 days starting from 12:00pm of 8 April 2020 and up to 12:00 PM of 29 April 2020 subject to the exceptions and restrictions set out hereunder:

1. All persons in Seychelles, except as exempted or specified hereunder, are restricted from outdoor movement;

Applications for Bar Examination 2019

The Examination for Admission of Attorneys at law (the Bar Examination) in terms of section 20 of the Legal Practitioners Act will take place on 5 August - 16th August 2019. Applicants to write the Bar Examination are invited to make application to the Registrar of the Supreme Court.

 

Examination Schedule

The examinations will be according to the following Schedule:

Monday 5 August 2019: Paper 1: Civil Code of Seychelles and all laws to be read as part thereof

Tuesday 6 August 2019: Paper 2: Seychelles Code of Civil Procedure

Applications for Bar Examination 2018

Call for Applications

The Examination for Admission of Attorneys at law (the Bar Examination) in terms of section 20 of the Legal Practitioners Act will take place on 6 August 2018 - 17th August. Applicants to write the Bar Examination are invited to make application to the Registrar of the Supreme Court.

 

Examination Schedule

The examinations will be according to the following Schedule:

Monday 6 August 2018: Paper 1: Civil Code of Seychelles and all laws to be read as part thereof

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