Sandra Minott-Phillips appointed Queen’s Counsel

The Partners of Myers, Fletcher & Gordon are pleased to announce that SANDRA MINOTT-PHILLIPS has been admitted to the inner Bar and now holds the rank of Queen’s Counsel.

Sandra Minott-Phillips is one of Jamaica’s leading civil litigators and has served as Head of the firm’s Litigation Department. A skilled practitioner for more than 20 years, she is a leader at the Bar who is highly respected in the courts and in the profession generally.

Sandra is personally responsible for guiding the Litigation Department in maintaining the highest standards of quality and speed of service that are the hallmark of the Myers, Fletcher & Gordon work product. Sandra is a three (3) term member of the Council of the Jamaican Bar Association.

Mindful of passing on her experience and wisdom, Sandra tutors Civil Procedure and Practice to final year students at Jamaica’s Norman Manley Law School. She has had several of her academic articles published in the West Indian Law Journal and is a frequent presenter in seminars sponsored by the firm or by the Bar Associations of various Caribbean states.

Sandra is a mentor in the “Youth Upliftment Through Employment (YUTE)” programme aimed at improving the lives of young people in Jamaica’s inner cities –in which the firm is involved through its membership in the Private Sector Organisation of Jamaica (PSOJ).

Sandra is married with children. She is a former student of St. Hugh’s High School. She is also a former member of the National Dance Theatre Company (NDTC).

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