Justice Camille Darville-Gomez returns to EDLS as Associate Tutor, Probate Practice & Procedure. Justice Darville-Gomez was called to The Bahamas Bar in September 1995. She holds an AA (Accounting with credit) from the College of The Bahamas, a Bachelor of Arts (Sociology) from the University of Western Ontario, Canada and a Bachelor of Laws (LL.B) from the University of Leeds, United Kingdom. She worked in private practice for about ten years in both small and large law firms where she practiced primarily in civil litigation. She also worked in the financial services sector serving as In-House Legal Counsel. She is a former lecturer at the College of The Bahamas (now University of The Bahamas).
Justice Darville-Gomez commenced her career in the Judiciary in February 2011, as an Assistant Registrar with responsibility for the Probate Division. She was appointed Deputy Registrar of the Supreme Court of The Bahamas in 2012 and Registrar in 2018. She was sworn in as a Justice of the Supreme Court in September, 2021.
Justice Darville-Gomez is a member of the Board of Directors of The Bahamas Judicial Education Institute, a member of the Rules Committee, a member of the Executive Committee of the Caribbean Association of Judicial Officers and a fellow of the Commonwealth Judicial Education Institute.