Seychelles Code of Judicial Conduct

Recognising that the Courts in Seychelles are established by the Constitution to exercise judicial power in conformity with law and are enjoined to administer justice impartially and expeditiously. The Judiciary is committed to acting in conformity with those values, norms, and aspirations, as laid down in the Constitution, as well as in Regional and International Conventions to which Seychelles subscribes. The Judiciary appreciates that the real effectiveness of judicial authority lies in the respect and acceptance the public accords to its exercise, which in turn ultimately depends on the proper manner in which the administration of justice is conducted. In in order to strengthen the rule of law, to protect human rights and freedoms and to properly administer justice, and in order to enhance and maintain public confidence in the Judiciary, both at individual and at institutional level, commit to respecting and honouring the judicial office as a public trust and to strive to protect judicial independence, in accordance with the Seychelles Judicial Code of Conduct




President of the Court of Appeal – Justice Anthony Fernando

Justice Mathilda Twomey

Justice Fiona Robinson

Justice Lillian Tibatemwa-Ekirikubinza

Justice Oagile Key Dingake


Chief Justice Rony Govinden

Judge Mohan Burhan

Judge Gustave Dodin

Judge Samia Andre

Judge Melchior Vidot

Judge Laura Pillay

Judge Ellen Carolus

Master Brassel Adeline


Magistrate Vipin Benjamin

Magistrate Mariam Ng’hwani

Magistrate Andy Asba

Magistrate Natasha Burian

Magistrate Brigitte Confait

Magistrate James Camille