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unitedway
United Way Turks and Caicos Islands was well represented amongst 41 United Ways from around the world attending the Community Leadership Impact Conference 2019 in Toronto, Canada. The delegation attending the conference from the newly established United Way Turks and Caicos Islands included Board Directors – Hon. Galmo Williams, Mr. Ariel Misick QC, Mr. Stanley...
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Sheena Mair called to Turks and Caicos Bar
Sheena Mair was today called to the Turks & Caicos Islands Bar by the Chief Justice Margaret Ramsey Hale upon presentation by Managing Partner Mark Fulford of F Chambers Law Firm. Sheena Mair, the former Scottish Solicitor is passionate about Human Rights and Criminal Defence work. Mair comes to F Chambers with over fourteen years...
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European Lawyer
F Chambers Law is proud to announce that our legal network, Nextlaw Referral Network (NRN), the largest, most innovative legal network in the world, has won Global Network of the Year at The Lawyer European Awards 2019. This is the second year in a row NRN has won a top award at The Lawyer European...
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Mark Fulford
I am informed, reliably, that the ROYAL TURKS AND CAICOS ISLANDS POLICE FORCE (RTCIPF), has suspended the requests for the fingerprints of applicants for Police Records. On March 13th 2019, I raised this issue out of a concern for the causal risk to the constitutional rights of Belongers, Turks and Caicos Citizens and Status Holders....
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Mark Fulford
The Royal Turks and Caicos Islands Police Force is going ahead with its new policy of mandatory finger print for police records, despite concerns from the public and objections from some local lawyers. Under the new fingerprinting policy, effective immediately, persons applying for clearance certificates are now required to have their fingerprints taken for only...
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United Way Board 2018
Over the past few weeks, United Way Turks and Caicos has hosted a number of events to make themselves known throughout the community. After two years of ground work the organization has finally launched with three main focus areas which include, Education, Youth Development and Crime Prevention. This organization was founded by the strong leadership...
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fingerprint row
If the Police are requesting a fingerprint when you apply for a Police Certificate it is in breach of the Police Force Ordinance Cap 18.01 and your constitutional rights. When you provide a finger print it can leave a sweat deposit and therefore it is possible to obtain a person’s DNA from that sweat deposit....
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Chambers 2019 award
F CHAMBERS LAW is proud to be a member of the largest, leading network in the world F CHAMBERS LAW is pleased to announce that Nextlaw Referral Network (NRN) has been recognized as a Leading Global Legal Referral Network by Chambers & Partners in the Chambers 2019 guide. FCHAMBERS LAW has been a member of...
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IWD2019 media
Today, #IWD is celebrated all over the world, and as a modern country, we too in Turks and Caicos Islands share in celebrating Internationals Women Day. I choose to highlight the women in media on this #IWD2019 who continues to risk their reputation and sometimes are unfairly criticized for simply being the messenger of the...
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Mark Fulford
Attorney, and former 2016 general election candidate Mark Fulford believes the amnesty which benefits Beaches Turks and Caicos resort should have been broader to support ‘the little man’ and explained that both the Governing PDM and Opposition PNP may have missed that point during debate on Monday and Tuesday. In a statement issued this morning,...
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