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Published:Thursday | November 29, 2018 | 12:00 AM
Her Honour Michelle Salmon (left), Parish Court Judge and Laurie Peters, Canadian High Commissioner to Jamaica, shares a light moment with Delroy Chuck, Minister of Justice, recently.
A light embrace from left: Justice Bryan Sykes, chief justice of Jamaica, greets Justice Dennis Morrison, president, Court of Appeal, and Zaila McCalla, former chief justice of jamaica.
Trevor Munroe (centre), executive director of National Integrity Action, chats with Candice Welsch, chief of the Implementation Support Section of the Corruption and Economic Crime Branch, United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime; and Justice Arian Saunders, president of the Caribbean Court of Justice and member of the Advisory Board of Global Judicial Integrity Network.
From left: Director of Public Prosecutions Paula Llewellyn; Professor Trevor Munroe, executive director of the National Integrity Action, and Chester Crooks, acting chief parish court judge, have a laugh while engaging in light conversation.
Chief Justice Bryan Sykes, greets his predecessor Zaila McCalla.
The ladies simply enjoyed the company of their male colleagues. Director of Public Prosecutions Paula Llewellyn (left); Her Honour Michelle Salmon, parish court judge (right); and Laurie Peters (centre), Canadian high commissioner to Jamaica, were captivated by Professor Trevor Munroe (second left) and Justice Minister Delroy Chuck.

It was not just business as usual for the bigwigs at the launch of the UNODC Judicial Conduct and Ethics Training workshop. Recently held at the University of the West Indies Regional Headquarters, there was much laughter while they mingled and engaged in light conversation. Here are the social highlights.