Stacy- Ann was admitted to the Jamaican Bar in December 2020 and is a member of the firm’s Conveyancing Department. Her areas of practice currently cover the sale and purchase of real estate, residential subdivisions, drafting and negotiation of leases along with any application relating to the disposition of property. Stacy- Ann also practices in areas relating to the preparation of Wills, Estate Planning, Probate and Administration of Estates.
Stacy- Ann is the holder of a Bachelor of Laws Degree which she completed with Honours at the University of the West Indies, Mona and a Legal Education Certificate from the Norman Manley Law School. At the end of her tenure at the Law School, Stacy- Ann was awarded a place on the Principal’s Roll of Honour and was the recipient of the Course Director’s Prize for the Best Performance in the Law of Evidence, The Most Outstanding Year II Student Award, The Raphael Codlin and Company Prize, The Raphael Codlin Prize and the Courtenay Coye LLP Prize.
Stacy- Ann is a past student of the Westwood High School and enjoys spending time with family, playing badminton and gardening.
Admitted to Bar in December 2020
Bachelor Of Laws Degree – University Of West Indies
Legal Education Certificate- Norman Manley Law School