In 1987, Marston C.D. Gibson left Barbados for the United States with purpose of finding a great fresh start for his life. After parlaying the legal training, Mr. Gibson had got a job in the Caribbean and England . After then, he had moved to work in the court system of New York State , where he has spent around 25 years working there.
He has several positions including, former appellate court, the former New York City comptroller‘s father, and William C. Thompson’s law secretary. Continuously, Mr. Gibson became an attorney of court as well as a referee in court of Surrogate in Manhattan . During the last 13 years, he has become a special referee in SSC (State Supreme Court) in county of Nassau . Currently, Mr. Gibson, whose age is 57, is heading to his home and capping his job. In fact, the Nassau county special referee was listed as the Barbados ’s chief judge whose position will be announced on 1st of September.
He decided to leave on Friday from Nassau County . Being a chief judge, he will need to solve the case and become the court system’s top administrator in Barbados . The technical title of his is the high court’s chief judge. Mr. Gibson said that the first challenge which he will face is to help facilitate the new civil procedure passed laws of 2008. However, he felt that it would not be a big deal for him due to his experience in work life. Totally, he said confidently that he got a job because his qualification met the requirement of the job.