Monday 22 April, 2019

AG receives courtesy call by International Institute of Justice team

From (L-R): Vyana Sharma, Senior Legal Counsel, Ministry of the AG & Legal Affairs; Ian Richardson, Criminal Justice Advisor; Sir John Saunders, Judicial Commissioner & Member of the Sentencing Council for England and Wales; Faris Al-Rawi, AG & Minister of Legal Affairs; Naomi Parsons, Criminal Barrister; Farzana Nazir-Mohammed, Senior Legal Counsel, Ministry of the AG and Legal Affairs & Joe Connell, Senior Adviser, Counter-terrorism Investigations, International Institute of Justice & Rule of Law.

From (L-R): Vyana Sharma, Senior Legal Counsel, Ministry of the AG & Legal Affairs; Ian Richardson, Criminal Justice Advisor; Sir John Saunders, Judicial Commissioner & Member of the Sentencing Council for England and Wales; Faris Al-Rawi, AG & Minister of Legal Affairs; Naomi Parsons, Criminal Barrister; Farzana Nazir-Mohammed, Senior Legal Counsel, Ministry of the AG and Legal Affairs & Joe Connell, Senior Adviser, Counter-terrorism Investigations, International Institute of Justice & Rule of Law.

Attorney General and Minister of Legal Affairs, Faris Al-Rawi, was paid a courtesy call by a delegation from the International Institute of Justice (IIJ) on Tuesday.

The meeting was held at the Arnold Thomasos Room (East), Office of the Parliament, Tower D, Port-of-Spain International Waterfront Centre, 1A Wrightson Road, Port-of-Spain.

Attending the meeting was Judicial Commissioner and Member of the Sentencing Council for England and Wales Sir John Saunders; Senior Adviser, Counter-terrorism Investigations, International Institute of Justice and Rule of Law Joe Connell; Criminal Justice Advisor Ian Richardson, and Criminal Barrister Naomi Parsons.

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