Bar Association President says Fuller was “all about justice”

John Fuller

President of the Antigua & Barbuda Bar Association, Lenworth Johnson said he was saddened at the passing of Attorney-at-Law John Fuller.

Fuller, 75, died at his home in Hodges Bay on Tuesday.

“The bar has had three knockouts this year, first Ralph Francis then Sir Lester Bird, now John Fuller”, Johnson said on state media.

According to the bar association president, Fuller was “all about justice, he was a lawyer’s lawyer, he was a poor man’s lawyer, he was a middle-class man’s lawyer.”

“It was about the justice of the situation, the justice of the case. He will represent anyone, government, political persons, UPP, ALP, whosoever, poor persons,” he said.

“It wasn’t about money, it was about the justice of the case,” Johnson reiterated.

He said Fuller was a man of “impeccable conduct and, of course, he was most respectful in court, to the judiciary and to his fellow attorneys. We will really miss him badly.”

Johnson said much will be revealed about the late attorney’s contribution to the legal profession and the country at “ a special sitting where all these things will come out and we can have a proper opportunity to put them together.”

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  1. I never met Attorney Fuller personally, but I’ve heard of his work as an Attorney, and how much he cared for his clients.

    Rest In Power – R.I.P, and condolences to the immediate family and those bereaved.


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