Following apprenticeship at major New York law firms (including the then largest law partnership in the world), I established a succession of midtown Manhattan law practices. I’ve been on all sides of deals – having represented buyers and sellers, lenders and borrowers, owners and officers. At Jamaica’s national university, among other things, I delivered lectures to Bachelor of Laws students and provided administrative support as a curriculum designer and physical plant strategist.
I was born and attended primary school in Kingston, Jamaica, migrated to the USA and completed prep school at Phillips (Andover) Academy in Massachusetts. My post-secondary education includes an A.B. degree in Economics from Princeton University, a Juris Doctor from Fordham University’s School of Law in New York City, and a Certificate of Legal Education from Norman Manley Law School. Currently, I'm earning a Masters degree in Real Estate Development from NYU's Schack Institute of Real Estate.
I have traveled extensively throughout the Americas, Europe and Africa spearheading capital financing search missions and other ventures. I speak Spanish comfortably and am familiar with Italian, Portuguese and French. While setting up an export company in Tanzania in 2007, I became literate in Kiswahili and continue to study on my own.
Education & Certification
Undergraduate Degree: Princeton University - Bachelors, Economics
Graduate Degree: Fordham University - PHD, Law
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