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  • EDLS’ RESPONSE to PUBLIC LECTURE: “The Law in a Changing Society: Reconstructing Marriage”

    It has become apparent since the recent presentation of the 8th Annual Eugene Dupuch Distinguished Lecture, hosted by the Eugene Dupuch Law School and by Dupuch & Turnquest & Co. Chambers, that…

  • Law in a Changing Society: Reconstructing Marriage

    The 2016 Eugene Dupuch Distinguished lecture was presented by the Hon. Dame Anita Allen, DBE, President of the Court Appeal of The Bahamas, on June 14, 2016 at the British Colonial Hilton…

  • Panel Discussion: Perspectives on Gender Equality and Constitutional Change

    “The Bahamas is a constitutional democracy. I am sure that everyone by now has heard that term over and over again. But what does it really mean? It’s actually not that complicated.…

  • CHINESE LAW DELEGATION VISITS EDLS

    Senior Tutor, Mr. Clive Guy welcomed a high-level law delegation from China to the Eugene Dupuch Law School. The delegation headed by Mr. Gu Zhaomin, Director General of Overseas Liaison Department of…

  • LEX CARIBBEAN CLIENT INTERVIEWING COMPETITION

    The annual regional Lex Caribbean Client Interviewing Competition between Council of Legal Education Law Schools, took place at the Hugh Wooding Law School in Trinidad and Tobago on January 29, 2016. This…

  • EDLS STUDENTS MOOT

    EDLS competed in the Price Media Human Rights Moot in New York (Regional Rounds), with the team comprising Raven Rolle, Fania Joseph and Latia Williams coached by Senior Tutor, Patrick Wells. Speaking…

  • EDLS LEGAL EDUCATION WEEK 2016

    Last month the EDLS Students’ Association brought the EDLS community together to celebrate Legal Education Week (LEW). Under the theme ‘Extending the Legal Legacy’, staff and students participated in activities that generated…

  • IMOJA LECTURE

    Imoja or Umoja is a Swahili word meaning Unity. By presenting  Imoja lectures the Eugene Dupuch Law School, and the Legal Aid Clinic of the Law School in particular, intends to demonstrate…

  • ARTHUR DION HANNA JR. AWARDED SMOKEY JOE AWARD

    Retired legal scholar Arthur Dion Hanna Jr. is recognized for his life’s work of advocating for equal access to legal counsel for the poor, marginalized and culturally disadvantaged. He was a member…

  • NOTABLE LAWYERS PRESENT NEW BOOKS TO LAW SCHOOL

    It is often said that Bahamian lawyers do not write about the law.  Certainly the lawyers who have been called to The Bahamas Bar far outnumber the pieces of scholarly legal work…