Justice Don Mitchell (Ret) was born in 1946 in St Kitts to a Grenadian-Vincentian father and an Anguillian-Kittitian mother, and grew up in Trinidad and Jamaica. He finished his education in England in the days before there was a Law School in the West Indies. After practising law in St Kitts and Anguilla for some 30 years, he retired to become a High Court Judge , and subsequently acted on the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court of Appeal before his retirement in 2013.
He has served the region well not only as a Judge but also by providing historical and other information on his websites http://books.ai/ and http://donmitchellcbeqc.blogspot.com/ He has taught advanced level law at the 6th form of the Albena Lake Hodge Comprehensive school for 8 years. The Anguilla Advanced level CAPE Law series are a compilation of all his lectures in Criminal Law, Law of Contract, Law of Tort, Principles of Public Law ( Constitutional and Public Law) The Law of Real Property and Caribbean Legal Studies.