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Scarlett-Lozer shifts to Levy|Cheeks

By Josimar Scott
Observer writer

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

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Andrea Scarlett-Lozer, formerly of law firm Myers, Fletcher & Gordon (MF&G), has dropped anchor at Levy|Cheeks, again as a partner, since August.

A graduate of The University of the West Indies, Scarlett-Lozer holds Bachelor of Laws, and the Certificate of Legal Education from the Norman Manley Law School (NMLS). She also possesses level one qualification as a Certified Financial Analyst.

Scarlett-Lozer is also a proficient speaker of Spanish.

While employed at MF&G from August 2004 to July of this year, Scarlett-Lozer developed a distinguished reputation in the areas of intellectual property, mergers and acquisitions, renewable energy, project finance, and was also a trainer.

She was the head of the Intellectual Property Sub-Department at MF&G, and she will continue to serve both local and international clients in the same areas of commercial law, among others, at Levy|Cheeks.

She has served as course director and part-time associate tutor for landlord and tenant law at NMLS.

Scarlett-Lozer is co-founder and director of The Graduates Foundation, a non-profit organisation comprising young professionals who tutor students from inner-city communities free of charge.

Since August 2013 she has served as a member of the Private Sector Organisation of Jamaica's Energy and Environment Committee.

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