Former government senator Andrea Young-Lewis has taken up duties as Registrar of the High Court, effective Nov. 1.

Young-Lewis was a senator for the Ruling Unity Labour Party from 2001 to 2005.

She was Deputy Speaker of the House of Assembly from 2001-2003 and Parliamentary Secretary in the Ministry of Transport, Works and Housing from 2003-2005.

Young replaces Tamara Gibson-Marks, who was last month fined EC$10,500 on theft and abuse of authority charges.

Gibson-Marks was asked to resign in May. She is also facing disbarment .

4 replies on “Former ULP senator appointed High Court Registrar”

  1. Now this is a Great selection and she aint no “rookie” …Let me extend congrats to Andrea Young-Lewis ..all the Best!!!

  2. Andrea Young was a partner in the Law firm Baptiste, Young & Co

    Andrea Young Lewis, Director and Registrar of the Commercial and Intellectual Property Office

    I am not sure which other departments she has been in bed with?

  3. Joshua Richardson says:

    Peter Binose whose bed have your boots been under? I am sure she will do well and avoid one night stands.

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