September 28, 2021

Cayman Islands – Bar Association: New student chapter representatives 2014-2015

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Screen Shot 2014-12-06 at 4.25.02 PMThe Student Chapter of the Caymanian Bar Association held their annual elections on 28 November 2014.

The Board of the Student Chapter consists of three student representatives, each from the (i) Undergraduate/LLB, (ii) PPC/LPC/BVC and (iii) Articled Clerk levels. Student representatives serve a term of one year and are elected each November by the Student Chapter Members.

We are pleased to announce that the Student Chapter Representatives for 2014-2015 are as follows:

Undergraduate/LLB Representative: Alicia Thompson

Alicia Thompson is currently a third year student at the Truman Bodden Law School where she is an active member of the Student Society and is currently the third year representative. Alicia is also a member of Circle K International as well as a Sunday School Teacher at the Light of the World Christian Fellowship. Moreover, as an advocate for youth empowerment and a firm believer that greatness begins from a young age, Alicia is currently working with the George Town Primary School on a platform and an award scheme to be presented to a well-rounded child whose academics are not necessarily corresponding with his or her effort.

Upon the completion of her legal education, Alicia wishes to pursue a career in Family Law. She is particularly interested in the protection of children from domestic violence as well as individuals who fall within the definition of harmful. This urge to protect children stems from her adoration of children and the realization that children are the future of our society.

PPC/LPC/BVC Representative: Angelique Howell

Angelique Howell (nee Ramsay) joined the RCIPS in January 1989. In 2005 she was promoted to the rank of Inspector, in 2007 she was promoted to the rank of Chief Inspector and in 2014 she was promoted to the rank of Superintendent.

Angelique is currently the Head of the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service District Operations where she is in command of approximately 204 staff including police officers and civilians.

Angelique began her undergraduate legal studies with the then Cayman Islands Law School in 2009, on a part time basis. In August of 2014 she graduated with a Bachelor of Laws Degree with Honours from the University of Liverpool where she is now pursuing her Professional Practice Certificate.

Articled Clerk Representative: Farrah Miller

Farrah Miller received a Bachelor of Laws with Honours in 2012 from the University of Liverpool. She went on to complete her Legal Practice Course at BPP University College in Manchester, England where she obtained a Commendation in 2013. During her time at BPP University College, Farrah partook in pro bono work with BPP’s Legal Advice Clinic. She has held several leadership positions with the Cayman Islands’ Law School Student Society and has actively been a CBA Student Chapter Member since the commencement of her legal studies.

Currently, Farrah is an Articled Clerk at Mourant Ozannes and is pursuing a Masters degree from BPP in Law and Business.

The Caymanian Bar Association congratulates all representatives on their appointments.

IMAGE: From left: Angelique Howell, Alicia Thompson and Farrah Miller

For more information on the Caymanian Bar Association please visit our website at www.caymanbar.org.ky.

 

 

 

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