The Eugene Dupuch Law School was established in Nassau, The Bahamas in 1998 under the auspices of the Council of Legal Education. Named after the eminent lawyer and politician, the late Hon. Eugene Dupuch CBE, Q.C. The Law School is guided by the mission of the Council in the determination of our policy and our commitment Read more »
Congratulations to Year II student Ashley Williams who was selected as one of the winners of The Bahamas Arbitration Clause. The Competition was hosted by Marike Paulsson, Director of the University of Miami School of Law’s International Arbitration Institute.
The Eugene Dupuch Distinguished Lecture Series is a tribute to the life and work of the late Hon. Eugene Dupuch. Its purpose for eminent practitioners, jurist and legal scholars to share by way of a lecture their views and experiences on topical legal/social issues with the legal fraternity and the wider community.
On Friday 14th March 2014, The Eugene Dupuch Law School (EDLS) reclaimed its position as ‘CCJ Mooting Champions”. The school’s team defeated five other teams representing law schools and law faculties throughout the Caribbean: Norman Manley Law School (Jamaica); Hugh Wooding Law School (Trinidad & Tobago); Faculty of Law of the University of the West…