Justice Norma Wade-Miller To Retire In 2016

December 13, 2015

Government House today [Dec 13] announced that due to the retirement of Mrs Justice Norma Wade-Miller from the Bench on 26 May 2016, a vacancy will be created for a Puisne Judge for the Supreme Court.

This new appointment will be made by the Governor on the basis of a recommendation by the Judicial and Legal Services Committee.

The post of Puisne Judge is currently being advertised. Candidates will be considered by the Judicial and Legal Services Committee [JLSC], who then make a recommendation to the Governor.

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  1. NO MORE WAR says:

    Praise the lord. They should have retired her 15 years ago.

  2. Justice Wade-Miller has served Bermuda well. On the behalf of Bermuda, I would like to say thank-you.

    • Terry says:

      Agree Rodney

    • Verly says:

      I agree. A very fair Puisne Judge and a fine, upstanding “lady.”. I put emphasis on the word lady…old school charm and grace that sadly is becoming extinct.

  3. Widget says:

    Agreed Rodney, but we need to be certain Justice Norma Wade-Miller is replaced with someone that will be honest. We unfortunately live in a country where it’s all in who you know.

  4. JeffreyTiberi says:

    Justice Norma Wade-Miller dedicated many years of her life to Bermuda. She is an exemplary person and I wish her the best of luck in the years ahead.

  5. Caribbean Queens says:

    My Dear Caribbean Lady, you have made us so very proud. We Caribbean Bermudian women could not of asked for a more wonderful woman to emulate. We thank you for your poised, professional, intellectual and community service. You will be a miss in the judicial community. Enjoy your retirement. Walk Good.

  6. Caribbean Queens says:

    My Dear Caribbean Lady, you have made us so very proud. We Caribbean Bermudian women could not of asked for a more wonderful woman to emulate. We thank you for your poised professional intellect and community service. You will be a miss in the judicial community. Enjoy your retirement. Walk Good.

  7. Speak No Evil says:

    We are all well served when anyone among us aim as high as they can and fulfill their aspirations. So when an African/black woman born in Jamaica, migrate to Bermuda, pursues a career in an esteemed profession and achieve as much as Justice Wade-Miller has; We all have reason to be proud.

    So congratulations to her, her family, the land of her birth and to Bermuda for creating the preconditions and opportunities for her to develop herself and make the contributions she has.

    May she have a long and healthy retirement to further enjoy the fruits of her achievements and to inspire us to be hopeful.