Practice Areas

Constitutional & Administrative Law

We have amassed extensive experience in representing clients in constitutional challenges to protect their fundamental as guaranteed under Belize’s Constitution. We have also assisted clients in judicial review claims challenging unlawful decisions by public authorities, whether those decisions affect private individuals, or they affect the public at large. We are known for the thoroughness of our research and the presentation of our cases, and for going the extra mile for clients to champion their cause against public authorities.
  • Supreme Court Action No. 132 of 2004
    Maria Roches and Clement Wade (as and representing the Managing Authority of Catholic Public Schools) – Judgment
  • Civil Appeal No. 5 of 2004
    Clement Wade v Maria Roches
  • Civil Appeal Nos. 30 and 31
    British Caribbean Bank Limited v AG et al, Dean Boyce and AG et al
  • Civil Appeal No 18 of 2012
    The Attorney General of Belize, The Minister of Public Utilities v British Caribbean Bank Limited and Civil Appeal 19 of 2012 – The Attorney General of Belize, et al v Dean Boyce, et al
  • Civil Claim Nos. 305 of 2014 and Claim Nos. 199 of 2015
    Melissa Belizaire Tucker And Chief Executive Officer The Minister Of Education and Attorney General
  • Civil Appeal No. 18 19 21 Of 2012
    The Attorney General V The British Caribbean Bank Limited V Dean Boyce And Fortis Energy International (Belize) Inc V The Attorney General
  • Caribbean Court of Justice Appeal
    Juanita Lucas
  • Caribbean Court of Justice
    Dean Boyce et al v Judicial and Legal Services Commission et al
  • Civil Appeal No. 29 of 2017
    Minister of Natural Resources and the Attorney General of Belize v Denzil Jenkins
  • Claim No. 190 of 2016
    Jose Ical (on his own behalf and on behalf of the Maya Village of Jalacte) v. the Attorney General of Belize