Darshan Ramdani

Darshan Ramdhani, has been on the invitation of the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court, a High Court Judge in several OECS jurisdictions over the last five years. He has sat as the resident Judge in St. Kitts, a judge in the Criminal Courts in St. Lucia with intermittent work in civil matters. He also sat in the BVI, Antigua and Anguilla. Mr. Ramdhani has written over 60 decisions/judgments in this time. See a list of some of these.

Darshan Ramdhani, a Former Solicitor General of Grenada, has also been Acting Director of Public Prosecutions there. During the last decade, Mr Ramdhani worked with the Governments of Grenada and Turks and Caicos Islands. In the TCI he was the senior lawyer in the Civil Litigation Department, a prosecutor and lead counsel for the Financial Intelligence Unit. Whilst in the TCI, he provided the legal expertise which led off the investigation and eventual arrest of David Smith of OLINT TCI.

In the early 2000s, apart from representing the Government in constitutional and public law matters, he was specially retained by the Government of Guyana in certain high profile criminal cases, including the prosecution of a Treason Charge. Mr Ramdhani, had a prolific stint in the High Court in Guyana in capital offenses with an unblemished record in murder cases.

Whilst, he was Solicitor General in Grenada, Mr Ramdhani expertise came to bear as he provided timely and expert advice on many important matters on aspects of government, inclusive of high level commercial projects.

Mr Ramdhani:

Worked in Private Practice for approximately five years in Guyana. Criminal and Civil Litigator (Inclusive of Major Criminal Jury Trials, Personal Injuries, Taxation and Constitutional/Pubic Law Matters (compulsory land acquisitions & compensations, immigration, grant & revocation of licences, Retained by the Government to Represent the State in public law dismissals cases. etc.)).

Publisher/Managing Editor of ‘Caribbean Law Online’ (‘www.caribbeanlawonline.com’) – an online legal magazine covering the region.

Author of a legal text – ‘Confession Evidence – Practice and Procedure in the Commonwealth Caribbean’ 2008, Published by Aequitas Publishing.

Member of the following Bars – Guyana, Grenada, Trinidad and Tobago and New York, USA.

Expert Presenter on Human Trafficking in the Caribbean – Invited by the Organisation of American States to make presentations on Human Trafficking in a number of Caribbean Territories.

Former Grenada Lead Expert of the committee of Experts on the OAS MESICIC

Member of the Editorial Board of the Journal of Legal Anthropology (Anthropologies in Translation)

Has been a Martial Arts Instructor in the Japanese Style of Jui Jitsu. Practices Yoga.