Qualified Lawyer vows to maintain high standards
Kensha Theobalds (left) with mother Mrs Zelfa Samuel-Arrindell
November 9, 2018
Qualified Lawyer vows to maintain high standards

Kensha Theobalds, daughter of Zelfa Samuel-Arrindell and Kenton Theobalds was called to the Bar on November 2 at the High Court in St Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG) before the Honourable Justice Brian Cottle.

Theobalds graduated from the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus, Barbados with a Bachelor of Laws degree with honours in 2016. Subsequently, she attended the Hugh Wooding Law School in Trinidad and was awarded the Legal Education Certificate at the graduation ceremony held on October 6 in Trinidad.

She is a former student of the Dr J P Eustace Memorial Secondary School, and the SVG Community College; Division of Arts, Sciences and General Studies.

Theobalds application was supported by Judith Jones-Morgan, together with Cerepha Harper-Joseph. Karim Nelson also addressed the court on behalf of Theobalds.

Theobalds extended gratitude to her parents, siblings, grandparents, nephews, niece, aunts, uncles, cousins, friends, and church family for their love, prayers and support over the years; and to any other person who may have contributed to her success. Theobalds vowed to maintain high standards of ethical and professional conduct.