Subair Williams appointed Puisne Judge

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  • Shade Subair Williams (File photograph)

    Shade Subair Williams (File photograph)


Shade Subair Williams has been appointed as a Puisne Judge to the Supreme Court.

Ms Subair Williams, who has often sat as an acting Puisne Judge over the past two years, was appointed to the role by John Rankin, the Governor.

She was called to the Bermuda Bar in 2001, and has served as Registrar of the Supreme Court since May 2016.

Government House pointed to Ms Subair Williams’s experience of civil, commercial and criminal law.

She is a former chairwoman of the Bermuda Human Rights Commission, was regularly appointed Acting Magistrate from 2005 to 2016. She is also an executive member of the Caribbean Association of Judicial Officers and of the British Overseas Territories Judicial Training Committee.

Mr Rankin said: “I am very pleased to approve the appointment of Shade Subair Williams to the Bermuda Bench.

“Ms Subair Williams brings with her a wealth of legal experience which I am confident will serve the Supreme Court well.”

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Published Jul 2, 2018 at 8:00 am (Updated Jul 2, 2018 at 8:00 am)

Subair Williams appointed Puisne Judge

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