Mr. Carter is a public law specialist with international academic credentials and practical local knowledge. He is a former senior lecturer in Constitutional and Administrative Law, European Union Law and Immigration Law at the Cayman Islands Law School and has recently been a Visiting Professor at the University of Alabama in the United States. Mr. Carter served as a senior civil servant in the Ministry with responsibility for Education and has been appointed to numerous public bodies ranging from the Human Rights Committee and the Gender Equality Tribunal to the National Pensions Board and the Special Economic Zone Authority. He is currently in private practice focusing on public law. He initially became a member of the Commission in 2015. Mr. Carter was appointed as a Commission member from January 2015 to June 2016. Mr. Carter was appointed as Chairman for a period of 4 years on 16 July 2017 to 15 July 2020 and a further extension for a period of two year on 16 July 2020.