Trinidad students called to the bar!

Victrina Cuffie and Jean Waldron were all called to the Bar this month.

Victrina writes:

“I just want to say a special thank you to Staff

Victrina Cuffie

ordshire University for all the love, care and knowledge that was imparted unto us. We got called to the Bar on Thursday 18th May last week at the Hall of Justice. The next morning, I happened to be blessed enough to make the front page of the two largest newspaper houses of our country (Newsday and Express). I got an opportunity to mention Staffordshire University in the brief inpromptu interview outside the Hall of Justice”

Jean Waldron

‘LPC graduate Jean Waldron is shown here being admitted to the Trinidad and Tobago Bar.  Like many of our Trinidad students Jean chose to study full time through the blended learning route in 2015/16.  This is a demanding and rigorous course that requires a high degree of tenacity and commitment.  We congratulate Jean on achieving her ambition of qualifying as a lawyer in Trinidad and wish her all the very best for her future.’ Paul Allen.

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The School of Law, Policing and Forensics at Staffordshire University offers the LLB, MA and LLM; degrees in Policing and Criminal Investigation, Sociology, Criminology and Terrorism and Forensic Science and Investigation. With over fifty staff members we have expertise in rape testing, prevention and prosecution, ballistic testing, fibre analysis, soil analysis, family law and employment law among others. We offer BA and BSc, MSci and MScs along with a Masters by Applied Research in a range of areas including forensic archaeology. @StaffsUniLPF @StaffsFACS_Dept @StaffsUniLaw

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