Twenty one-year-old Olivia Latoya Dos Santos is the winner of the award for 2013 by the GWP&Co. Scholarship Trust.
She is a past student of Lawrence T. Gay Primary School and Queen’s College where she was awarded a Barbados Government Exhibition at the end of her secondary school studies in 2010.
The Promenade Road, Tudor Bridge, St. Michael resident subsequently graduated from the Law faculty at Cave Hill with the Upper Second Class Honours in the LLB degree programme.
The Scholarship winner will be pursuing the two year Legal Education Certificate programme at Hugh Wooding Law School in Trinidad & Tobago, starting later this month.
The Board of Trustees of the Scholarship Trust also awarded two grants to Chanika Jovita Carrington of Church Hill Road, Christ Church and Renee Monique Peterkin of No. 63 Breezy Hill, Halton Terrace, St. Philip, to assist them in meeting their expenses during the Legal Education Certificate programme at the Hugh Wooding Law School.
The three winners were presented with their awards by Shontelle Murrell, an Associate of George Walton Payne & Co., during a short ceremony at Dowell Chambers, Bridgetown on Tuesday, September3.
The presentations were witnessed by Michael Dos Santos father of Olivia Dos Santos, Winston and Estalene Carrington parents of Chanika Carrington, Sandra Kirton, Tricia Briggs and Tyesha Trotman mother, sister and niece of Renee Peterkin and Darwin Goodridge, the Secretary/Treasurer of the Board of Trustees of the Scholarship Trust.
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