St Kitts: Attorney Michelle J. Slack sworn as President of Nevis Island Assembly

St Kitts and Nevis: On Thursday, January 19, Attorney Michelle Jan Slack of the Law Firm of Daniel, Brantley and Associates was elected President of the Nevis Island Assembly. 

St Kitts and Nevis: On Thursday, January 19, Attorney Michelle Jan Slack of the Law Firm of Daniel, Brantley and Associates was elected President of the Nevis Island Assembly. 

The Premier of Nevis and Senior Partner at the Law Firm Mark Brantley extended his congratulations to the newly elected President.

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As per the recent updates, the update was shared by Premier Mark Brantley through his official social media handle, where he took it to congratulate Michelle Jan Slack for her new position and stated, ‘’Congratulations to Mis Michelle Jan Slack, the new President of the Nevis Island Assembly. I am proud of this young woman and look forward to working with our new Madam President’’.

The reports have stated that Michelle Jan Slack joined the Law Firm Danial Brantley and Associates as an associate in the year 2015 and practised law in the field of Civil Litigation, General Corporate and Commercial Transactional matters, etc. Michelle is also a Chevening Scholar, said sources.

Michelle graduated with a Bachelor of Laws Degree in 2013 from the University of The West Indies L.L. B (Honours), after which she finished her Legal Education Certificate from the Norman Manley Law School, Kingston, Jamaica.

Furthermore, Michelle Jan Slack has also achieved several awards and recognitions throughout her career in the field of Law and Order during her education period, which read as follows,

  •  STATE SCHOLAR RUNNER-UP FOR THE FEDERATION OF ST. CHRISTOPHER AND NEVIS, 2009
  •  THE MICHAEL MARCH MEMORIAL PRIZE FOR THE MOST OUTSTANDING STUDENT IN THE LAW OF REMEDIES, 2014
  •  THE RAPHAEL CODLIN PRIZE AWARDED TO THE MOST OUTSTANDING YEAR II STUDENTS AT THE NORMAN MANLEY LAW SCHOOL, 2015
  •  THE KELSICK, WILKIN & FERDINAND PRIZE AWARDED TO THE OVERSEAS STUDENT WITH THE BEST PERFORMANCE OVER TWO YEARS AT THE NORMAN MANLEY LAW SCHOOL, 2015
  •  THE MICHAEL NUNES MEMORIAL PRIZE AWARDED TO THE MOST OUTSTANDING STUDENT IN THE LAW OF ASSOCIATION, 2015
  •  THE K.C. BURKE MEMORIAL PRIZE AWARDED TO YEAR TWO STUDENTS WITH THE MOST OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE IN THE AREA OF CORPORATE AND COMMERCIAL LAW, 2015
  •  MEMBER OF SAINT CHRISTOPHER AND NEVIS BAR ASSOCIATION

In the end, Premier Mark Brantley extended his deepest congratulations, welcomed Michelle Jan Slack as the new President of Nevis Island Assembly, and showed his trust in her abilities and capabilities to fulfil her responsibilities in the position. ‘’Congratulations to Ms Slack on her appointment’’. Premier Brantley said.

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