Kerri-Anne is a member of the firm's Commercial Department. She was called to the bar in December 2017.
In 2015, Kerri-Anne graduated from the University of The West Indies, Mona where was awarded a Bachelor of Laws degree with First Class Honours. Kerri-Anne then went on to the Norman Manley Law School (“NMLS”) where she graduated with a Legal Education Certificate of Merit and was awarded fourteen (14) prizes including the Most Outstanding Student Over Two Years and the Norman Manley Memorial Prize.
While at NMLS, she was also recognized for her representation of the NMLS at the American Caribbean Law Initiative (“ACLI”) in Trinidad and Tobago. The ACLI is a collaborative initiative among several Caribbean and American law schools which requires participating students to make submissions on complex legal issues which exist in the Attorney General’s chambers of the host jurisdiction.
Kerri-Anne has a passion for helping others and has participated in different community development projects including assisting the visually impaired and providing mentorship to primary school students. In her spare time, she enjoys swimming and dancing.