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Former teacher promises to uphold integrity of legal profession

Former teacher promises to uphold integrity of legal profession
Nikesha Caesar (left) with mother Ms. Yvette Caesar


Nikesha M Caesar of Barrouallie was called to the Bar of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines before the Honourable Justice Brian Cottle on November 2 at the High Court in Kingstown.

Caesar attended the Bishop’s College Kingstown and the St Vincent Community College; Division of Arts, Sciences and General Studies and Division of Teacher Education.

The former teacher of St Martin’s Secondary School pursued a Bachelor of Laws degree at the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus, Barbados in 2009. Upon completion of her Legal Education Certificate studies at the Hugh Wooding Law School in Trinidad and Tobago in 2014, Caesar was then called to the Bar of Trinidad and Tobago. She subsequently obtained a Master’s in Business Administration (MBA) from the Anglia Ruskin University in the United Kingdom in 2018.

Caesar wishes to extend appreciation to all who contributed to this momentous occasion especially her mother, Yvette Caesar as well as family and friends for all their support and encouragement.

Caesar’s application to the Bar was supported by Judith Jones-Morgan and seconded by LaTeisha A R Sandy.

Caesar promised to continue to uphold this learnt and noble profession with dignity and integrity.