The South Bahamas Conference of Seventh-day Adventists congratulates Madam Justice Juanita Denise Lewis-Johnson on her appointment as a Justice of the Supreme Court of The Commonwealth of The Bahamas on May 31, 2021.

Mrs. Lewis-Johnson, born in New Providence, The Bahamas, is the last child of Joseph and Clara Lewis. A graduate of Bahamas Academy of Seventh-day Adventists, she received her tertiary education at the University of New Haven, The University of the West Indies (Cave Hill, Barbados), and Norman Manley Law School (Jamaica).

She was admitted to The Bahamas Bar in 1992 and holds a bachelor’s degree in Economics, Bachelor of Laws degree (Hons.), and a Legal Education Certificate.

Her professional affiliations include membership in The Bahamas Bar Association, International Bar Association, Wista and the Organization of Commonwealth Caribbean Bar Association. Mrs. Lewis-Johnson was a Partner in the law firm of Lewis & Longley and is an Associate Tutor at the Eugene Dupuch Law School in Ethics.

Mrs. Lewis-Johnson recently served as Vice-President of The Bahamas Bar Association, Chairman of The Bahamas Maritime Authority, Ambassador and Special Envoy on Maritime Affairs, member of The National Women’s Advisory Council, and member of The Family Law Committee of the International Bar Association. She is a recipient of the Queen’s Honour, member of The British Empire, a past Co-Chair of the National Insurance Appeals Tribunal, and Chair of the Junkanoo Corporation of The Bahamas Independent Review Committee.

Mrs. Lewis-Johnson is involved in other civic and community activities and is a member of the Johnson Park Seventh-day Adventist Church.

She is married to Dominique D. Johnson, and they have twin daughters Kheli and Kristin.

The Adventist community celebrates with Madam Justice Lewis-Johnson on this appointment and wishes here a successful tenure.