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      The Protocol For Addressing Judicial Officers And Presiding Personnel In Jamaica

      The Judiciary

      The Chief Justice and the President of the Court of Appeal

      The formal mode of Address in writing:

      Open Salutation

      Closing Salutation

      Verbal Address

      On the bench

      The Honourable Mr. Justice B. Sykes, OJ, CD

      Chief Justice??

      Dear Chief Justice/Mr. Justice Bryan Sykes/Sir /Madam

      Yours Faithfully,

      “Chief Justice” or “Mr. Justice Sykes”

      My Lord/Lady? or Your Lordship/Ladyship

      The Honourable Mr. Justice C. Dennis Morrison, OJ, CD

      President of the Court of Appeal

      Dear Mr. Justice Morrison

      Yours Faithfully,

      “President” or “Mr Justice Morrison”

      My Lord/Lady? or Your Lordship/Ladyship

      The Honourable Mr/Mrs/Ms Justice……OJ/CD

      Chief Justice/President of the Court of Appeal (ret’d)

      Dear Mr/Mrs/Ms Justice...,

      Yours Faithfully,

      ?Mr/Mrs/Ms Justice

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      Court of Appeal Judges

      Judges at the Court of Appeal are titled “Judge of Appeal’ or ‘Appellate Judge”.

      The formal mode of Address in writing:

      Open Salutation

      Closing Salutation

      Verbal Address

      On the bench

      The Honourable Mr/Mrs/Ms?Justice……

      Judge of Appeal

      Dear Mr/Mrs/Ms Justice...,

      Yours Faithfully

      Mr/Mrs/Ms Justice

      My Lord/Lady? or Your Lordship/Ladyship

      The Honourable Mr/Mrs. Justice…..

      Judge of Appeal (ret’d)

      Dear Mr/Mrs/Ms Justice...,

      Yours Faithfully

      Mr/Mrs/Ms Justice

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      Puisne Judges and Master-in- Chamber

      Judges at the Supreme Court are titled “Puisne Judge”.?? The Master in Chamber rules on civil cases in Chamber.

      The formal mode of Address in writing:

      Open Salutation

      Closing Salutation

      Verbal Address

      On the bench

      The Honourable Mrs. Justice C. Lawrence Beswick, CD

      Senior Puisne Judge

      Dear Mr/Mrs/Ms Justice...,

      Yours Faithfully

      Mr/Mrs/Ms Justice

      My Lord/Lady? or Your Lordship/Ladyship

      The Honourable Mr/Mrs/Ms Justice……

      Puisne Judge

      Dear Mr/Mrs/Ms Justice...,

      Yours Faithfully

      Mr/Mrs/Ms Justice

      My Lord/Lady? or Your Lordship/Ladyship

      Mr/Mrs/Miss Blackburn

      Master-in-Chamber

      Dear Mr/Mrs./Miss Blackburn,

      Yours Faithfully

      Mr/Mrs./Miss Blackburn

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      Master

      The Honourable Mr/Mrs/Ms?Justice…..

      Puisne Judge (ret’d)

      Dear Mr/Mrs/Ms Justice...,

      Yours Faithfully

      Mr/Mrs/Ms Justice

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      Parish Court Judges (Formerly: Resident Magistrate) and Justice of Peace

      The formal mode of Address in writing:

      Open Salutation

      Closing Salutation

      Verbal Address

      On the bench

      His/Her Honour?Mr/Mrs./Ms….

      Senior Parish Court Judge

      Dear Mr/Mrs/Ms...,

      Yours Sincerely

      Mr/Mrs/Ms Justice

      Your Honour

      His/Her Honour Mr/Mrs./Ms….

      Parish Court Judge

      Dear Mr/Mrs/Ms...,

      Yours Sincerely

      Mr/Mrs/Ms Justice

      Your Honour

      Mr/Mrs./Ms….JP

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      Dear Sirs/Mr/Mrs./Ms

      Yours Sincerely

      Mr/Mrs./Ms

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      Your Worship

      His/Her Honour Mr/Mrs./Ms….

      Parish Court Judge (ret’d)

      Dear Mr/Mrs/Ms...,

      Yours Sincerely

      Mr/Mrs/Ms Justice

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      Last updated: 2018?May 22

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