Tributes have been pouring in following the death of leading attorney and environmentalist John Fuller.
Fuller died at his home in Hodges Bay which is a mile from where he was born; he was 75.
Fuller started practicing law in the early 1970s and will be remembered, not only for his contribution to the country’s jurisprudence, but also for his altruism as he represented several people of little or no means on a pro bono basis.
His son, Eli Fuller remembers him as one of the few real patriots.
Tributes and condolences have been led by the Antigua and Barbuda Bar Association.