Another attorney at law has been admitted to practise at the Bar in Guyana. He is Rabindranauth Singh of 15, East Canfield, East Canje Berbice.
Mr. Singh’s petition was presented by attorney at law Mursaline Bacchus before Justice Diana Insanally at the Berbice High Court.
Singh attended the Cumberland Primary School before moving on to the New Amsterdam Multilateral Secondary School. He later attended the University of Guyana where he completed the first part of the legal education certificate.
At the Hugh Wooding Law School in Trinidad and Tobago he completed his Legal Education Certificate from the Council of Legal Education of The Commonwealth Caribbean.
Justice Insanally told the young man that the journey has now begun and that he should at all times try to uphold the status of the profession. She also told him that he should keep reading and keep abreast with what is going on.
Mr. Singh expressed his appreciation to all those who helped him achieve his success, including his parents, other family members, colleagues and friends.
He is elated at being accepted to work as a lawyer in his home land, since it was a life long dream.
He said that he was happy to have completed his training and that he will put his best foot forward every time, to upkeep the nobleness of the profession. He also said that he knows that the journey has now begun.
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