Human Rights & Constitutional Law

Human rights are those rights that belong to every individual. Human rights are inalienable, as such an individual cannot lose these rights. Human rights are indivisible and interdependent, as such an individual cannot be denied a right because another individual deems that right less important. All human rights are part of a balancing framework. Constitutional Law refers to the rights conferred by virtue of a State’s Constitution. The Constitution of Grenada is the supreme law of the land, providing for the human rights of all persons within the State of Grenada, including the right to life and security of the person.

The firm has vast experience in the handling of human rights and constitutional claims involving government entities and statutory bodies. These claims include matters of judicial review and claims of breaches of constitutional rights.


  1. Grenada Constitution Act Chapter 128A