The committee charged with researching the feasibility of setting up a law school in St. Maarten on Thursday officially presented the law school report to Finance Minister Richard Gibson. The law school is expected to start operations in September of this year. Classes will be held at University of St. Martin. Photo shows Vice Chairlady Council of Advice Mavis Brooks-Salmon, Ombudsman Nilda Arduin, Richard Gibson Sr., attorney Gaston Bell and attorney Patricia Philips. Missing from the photo is Deputy Governor Reynold Groeneveldt.
Source: The Daily Herald https://www.thedailyherald.sx/islands/67306-law-school-report