Kareem Alleyne of Cap Estate, Gros-Islet and Jayde Jean of La-Feuille, Monchy took their oaths before the Court and swore to truly and honestly conduct themselves in the practice of law.
Both of the young men are graduates of the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus in Barbados, where they received their Bachelor of Laws Degrees. They are also both recent graduates of the Hugh Wooding Law School in Trinidad and Tobago, where they received their Legal Education Certificates.
The call proceedings were presided over by Resident Judge, the Honourable Rosalyn E. Wilkinson, who urged the two newest practitioners in St. Lucia’s legal field to maintain high ethical standards in their practice moving forward.
Kareem Alleyne, whose call was moved by Attorney-at-law Mr. Deale Lee, is the son of Beryl Carasco-Alleyne and Neville Alleyne. Jayde Jean, whose call was moved by Attorney-at-law Mr. Leslie P.K. Prospere, is the son of Jane Jacob-Jean and Joseph Jean. Both of the newly called practitioners are also graduates of the St. Mary’s College and attribute much of their development to the lessons learned there.
The young lawyers each delivered their maiden addresses to the court witnessed by family, friends and loved ones. Each one of them expressed much gratitude to their families, their friends and associates for the support provided during their journeys to becoming Attorneys-at-law.