A: Before a person is considered for judgeship, s/he must first be an attorney-at-law, so your first step is law school.
- Magistrate's court - at least five years standing as an Attorney-at-Law.
- High Court Judge - at least ten years’ standing as an Attorney-at-Law.
- Court of Appeal - High Court Judges who have sat on the Bench for at least three years and been Attorneys-at-Law for at least 15 years
- Masters of the High Court - minimum of seven years standing as an Attorney-at-Law
Maybe someday you will even become the Chief Justice - the highest judge in Trinidad and Tobago who presides over the Supreme Court of Judicature.
This and other information can be found on the website of the Judiciary of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago.