The Legal sector embeds a wide variety of professions on different scales and levels, namely:
► Barrister: issues legal advice to the client, being individuals, corporations or an organization and they represent their clients in court. Barristers usually specialize in one area of law, such as in criminal law, commercial law or personal injury law.
► Solicitor: supplies legal advice to clients, with much attention towards their personal situation advising them on a course of legal action. Their clients are individuals, corporations or organizations.
► Judge: sees to it that all cases in the courtroom are held fairly in accordance with the law. A judge also explain laws and accesses each case with the evidence issued by the barrister.
► Licensed Conveyancer: specializes in purchasing and selling property for clients and handles all angles of property law.
► Law Clerk: is of assistance to barristers and judges in the preparation and research of legal documents belonging to each case. They may also receive the accountability of meeting with clients.
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The Relationship Support Unit (RSU) is a product agnostic unit that acts as the customer’s single point of coordination for the onboarding, maintenance and transaction processing. The Documentation / Legal Officer leads the documentation management within the Unit including both collateral and account services.
Suitably qualified citizens of member territories of the Eastern Caribbean Currency Union (ECCU) are invited to apply to fill the vacancy LEGAL OFFICER I at the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank headquartered in Basseterre, St Kitts.