Stevannie Duncan called to the Bar Print E-mail
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Thursday, 24 January 2013 00:00

Speaking on her behalf was the Prime Minister of Belize's Law Partner, Rodwell Williams after which Duncan took the oath admitting her to the Bar.

Duncan, who is a Belizean, is presently a prosecutor in the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions. After leaving at the age of 3, she returned home 11 years later at the age of 14, after residing in the Caribbean.

She continued her secondary school education at Saint Catherine’s Academy 3rd form and on to fourth form from where she graduated with honors. She then moved on to SJCJC at the age of 16 and later to the University of the West Indies (UWI) Cavehill Campus in Barbados between the periods of 2006-2009.

She later attended the Norman Manley Law School between the periods of 2009-2011, and upon her return back home in 2011, she began to work as a prosecutor at the office of the DPP in September of that year.

Duncan is extremely appreciative of her opportunities and she dedicates her achievements to the memory of her mother, Pamela Duncan who died from Cancer in 2008 as well as to her father, Stephen Duncan who is the Managing Director at Heritage Bank in Belize City.

Duncan commences work with the office of Barrow and Williams on January 28th, 2013, after a little over a year working with the DPP’s office.