St. George’s, Grenada, Thursday July 30th, 2009: Mr. Rohan Phillip is Grenada’s new Attorney General. Mr Phillip, who previously held the post of Solicitor General, has been appointed to act in the position of Attorney General for three months in the first instance.
Mr. Phillip, who received his instruments of appointment this morning from Governor General, Sir Carlyle Glean, has given the undertaking to provide the best counsel to the Government of Grenada.
“It is my intention to provide the best professional, legal advice to the government of Grenada as I have always done,” Mr. Phillip said, just before attending his first cabinet meeting today, where he was welcomed by Prime Minister Thomas.
The Prime Minister wished him well in his new position. Mr Phillip, 38, served as legal officer to the Organisation Eastern Caribbean States in various areas including the Economic Union Task Force, OECS Family Law and Domestic Violence Reform Project/Initiative, ECTEL Board of Directors and during consultations for setting up an Ocean Management Project/Unit for the OECS.
He also served in various other positions in private practice in Grenada and Belize.