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Published:Tuesday | January 12, 2021 | 12:09 AM
Montegonian Caleigh Reid poses outside of the Court of Appeal in Kingston shortly after passing the Bar recently.
Montegonian Caleigh Reid poses outside of the Court of Appeal in Kingston shortly after passing the Bar recently.
Young attorneys share lens time hours after passing the Bar. From left: Caleigh Reid, Duncan Roye, Ashley Innis and Syl-Don O’Gilvie
Young attorneys share lens time hours after passing the Bar. From left: Caleigh Reid, Duncan Roye, Ashley Innis and Syl-Don O’Gilvie
Carole Phillips is quite proud of herself.
Carole Phillips is quite proud of herself.
Young lawyer, Courtni Ann Allen.
Young lawyer, Courtni Ann Allen.
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Caleigh Reid has had a passion for law since prep school and is now leaving law school to pursue her dreams. Reid, a Montegonian, excelled at Campion College and The University of the West Indies, Mona, before entering Norman Manley Law School. Even though her mom Gloria Henry was parenting remotely, Reid has always done her proud. The honour student at Campion served in many clubs as well as part of the prefect body, and excelled at the UWI where she was among 10 students sent to Costa Rica on a leadership exchange. Recently, after being accepted to the Bar, Reid, her friends Khadijah James, who attended Montego Bay High, Courtni Ann Allen, of Mt Alvernia High , and Carole Phillips, who spent her teenage years at Hampton, were photographed after being called to the Bar. The Gleaner highlights these young lawyers as they enter the field.