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Three admitted to Bar

Three admitted to Bar


Three more lawyers were admitted to the local bar last Thursday at the High Court in Kingstown.

Camillo Gonsalves, Saboto Caesar and Joezel Jack were all admitted to Bar.

The first to be accepted was son of Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves, Camillo Gonsalves. Gonsalves attended the St. Vincent Grammar School before pursuing studies in Civil Engineering at Temple University in Philadelphia in the United States of America. {{more}}He also attended the Norman Manley Law School in Jamaica. Young Gonsalves said it has always been a dream of his to work alongside his dad. Along with all his academic accomplishments, he is also the publisher of the Jamaican magazine, “Reggaematic.”

Dr. Gonsalves did not miss the opportunity to say a few words on his son’s behalf: “He has the makings of a very fine lawyer,” said Prime Minister Gonsalves.

Saboto Caesar, son of Valerie and Lex Caesar and a 1999 Island Scholar is a graduate of the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill campus and the Hugh Wooding Law School in Trinidad. Caesar, like his counterpart Gonsalves is socially involved; he is a sports enthusiast, a trained facilitator of the Adult Literacy Progammme and also a weekly columnist for the SEARCHLIGHT newspaper. Saboto is currently attached the Director of Public Prosecution’s office.

Joezel Jack also attended the University of the West Indies where she obtained her law degree and then the Hugh Wooding Law School in Trinidad.

She too is a sports enthusiast. Joezel broke and established athletic records while at the Girls’ High School; she is also a trained musician.

Senior Lawyers present showered praises on the three new lawyers.