Barbados Picks Marston C. D. Gibson as Chief Justice

Andrew Keshner
New York Law Journal

A state court employee on Long Island will leave his job next week to become the top judge in his native Bardados.

Marston C. D. Gibson, a Nassau County Supreme Court attorney-referee who has practiced law in the United States for 20 years, will become the chief justice of the Caribbean nation and president of its Court of Appeal on Sept. 1.

"I am both excited and humbled by the appointment. I'm excited for the opportunity but humbled by the fact that there's much to do," said Mr. Gibson, who was a Rhodes Scholar and law professor before coming to New York.

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