Category: Judiciary

‘A study found Solomon Islanders rely on traditional justice systems.’

Admin- March 9, 2020

The 'Solomon Islands Access to Justice' study has concluded that most Solomon Islanders continue to rely on traditional justice systems. Both men and women rely ... Read More

Government lawyers’ strike notice ends today

Admin- December 4, 2018

Court hammer. Photo credit: humanities.case.edu The Government Lawyers's 28 day strike notice lapse today December 4th. The Government Lawyer's Association is seeking to improve the ... Read More

Chief Magistrate John Numapo retires

Admin- October 1, 2017

  Former Chief Magistrate John Numapo and the new Chief Magistrate Emma Garo with his going away present. Contributions of former Chief Magistrate, John Numapo ... Read More

Solomon Islands appoints first female Chief Magistrate

Admin- September 15, 2017

  New Chief Magistrate Emma Garo Solomon Islands has appointed its first female Chief Magistrate. Emma Garo, a former public solicitor who served as Magistrate ... Read More

HIGH COURT ADMIN CALLED ON TO PERFORM WELL

Sibc News- January 22, 2017

The High Court of Solomon Islands. Photo credit: SIBC. The High Court administration and Magistrate registries have been called on to raise their performance standards. ... Read More

OUTSTANDING DISCIPLINARY CASES PENDING

Sibc News- January 17, 2017

The High Court of Solomon Islands. Photo credit: SIBC. The judiciary is yet to deal with a number of outstanding disciplinary cases against legal practitioners ... Read More

LEGAL YEAR 2017 OPENED

Sibc News- January 16, 2017

Chief Justice Sir Albert Palmer. Photo credit: FFA. The 2017 legal year has officially opened on the theme "To build a just and fair society ... Read More