The late Parry Jones Husbands was called to the Bar of Saint Lucia on October 2, 1965. He served as Attorney General from February 1979 to June 1979 and from April 1987 to April 1992. As Attorney General, he was a member of the Saint Lucia Delegation and served as a Legal Advisor to the Government in talks held in London during 1978 to frame the Constitution for an Independent Saint Lucia in 1979. During his tenure as Attorney General, he travelled throughout the island lecturing and explaining the provisions of the New Constitution. He initiated a radio programme entitled “The Law and You” to inform and instruct the people on matters of Law. As a legal draughtsman himself, he drafted most of the laws of St. Lucia during that era. Mr. Parry Jones Husbands was made a Queen’s Counsel in 1995 and was bestowed with the award of Commander of the Order of St. Michael and St. George (CMG) in 1995.