Senior Counsel Eamon Courtenay has been selected by the Law Association of Trinidad and Tobago (LATT) as one of the two senior counsels appointed to investigate Chief Justice Ivor Archie of Trinidad and Tobago. Courtenay, along with the president of the Grenada Bar Association Francis Alexis, will be heading up an investigation into whether or not Chief Justice Ivor Archie should be impeached. The Chief Justice has been accused of making comments about judges’ security with a comrade of his and seeking to accelerate housing application for some persons to the Housing Development Corporation. After several meetings, LATT saw it fit to retain the two senior counsels to independently investigate the matter. After the investigation,Courtenay and Alexis will submit a report to LATT as to whether the CJ’s actions suffice to have him impeached under section 137 of the Constitution of Trinidad and Tobago.