KINGSTON, Jamaica -- Minibus operators in the Kingston Metropolitan Transport Region (KMTR) say they are still on edge and are planning a meeting in the next hour to decide on their next course of action following Thursday's protest.
"This meeting is to decide how we move forward as operators believe that they are not bei ...more »
STUDENTS of the prestigious Norman Manley Law School, recently held a Wine & Cheese Party on the lawns of the law school at the Mona Campus of the University of the West Indies.
The event was held to "foster relationships between law students, staff, and members of the wider legal profession in a relaxed social forum", according to Jason Alliman, president of the Norman Manley Law School Students' Association.
A wide range of persons within Jamaica's legal fraternity were present, including Ian Wilkinson, President of the Jamaican Bar Association, Jacqueline Samuels-Brown, chairman of the Council of Legal Education, Paula Llewellyn, Jamaica's Director of Public prosecutions, judges of the Court of Appeal and Supreme Court, and other senior practitioners.
Persons in attendance were catered to, offered giveaways courtesy of the school's annual talent showcase and theatrical production, Silk, and treated to a harmonious performance by noted upcoming violinist Joelle Lee among others.
Guest violinist Joelle Lee
(Photo: Michael Williams)
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