Senior Academic and Admin Staff

EulalieGreenawayActing Principal
Ms. Eulalie Greenaway, BA (UWI), LLB (UWI), MSc. (Strath)

Eulalie Greenaway holds a BA degree from the University of the West Indies, a First-Class Honours degree in law from the same institution, an MBA in International Business and International Marketing from the University of Strathclyde, and the Legal Education Certificate from the Norman Manley Law School.

Ms. Greenaway has worked as the Registrar-General, and the Registrar of Companies, Trademarks & Patents, in the Government of Montserrat, and as a Magistrate in that territory. She has also been Senior Associate at Chancery Chambers in Barbados, and has worked as an Adjunct Lecturer and Course Director in Company Law and the Law of Corporate Insolvency for the LLB programme in the Faculty of Law, UWI, Cave Hill,Barbados.

Ms. Greenaway’s areas of interest are Corporate and Commerical Law,Insolvency and Finance Law, and Property Law. In keeping with these interests, Ms. Greenaway teaches in the Advanced Corporate Insolvency Law and Law of Corporate Finance courses in the LLM programme at the UWI, and is a member of the Jamaica Insolvency Law Revision Committee.

DorcasWhiteSenior Tutor Emerita
Miss Dorcas White, LLB (UWI)

Miss Dorcas White, the Course Director for the Law of Remedies graduated from the University of the West Indies Faculty of Law with first class honors in 1974. She was invited to join the teaching staff the same year as Assistant Lecturer and was accorded accelerated promotion to Lecturer, and subsequently appointed Senior Lecturer on tenure in 1981

In 1979 Miss White graduated from the Norman Manley and was invited to join the staff of the Norman Manley Law School in 1982. In 2003 she was promoted to Senior Tutor II. In 2007, she retired from full time teaching and was appointed Associate Tutor/Course Director for the Law of Remedies. A trained teacher, she graduated from the Leeward Islands Teacher Training College with Distinction. The Council of Legal Education named Miss White as Senior Tutor Emerita of the Norman Manley Law School in September 2009.

In 1979 Miss White graduated from the Norman Manley and was invited to join the staff of the Norman Manley Law School in 1982. In 2003 she was promoted to Senior Tutor II. In 2007, she retired from full time teaching and was appointed Associate Tutor/Course Director for the Law of Remedies. A trained teacher, she graduated from the Leeward Islands Teacher Training College with Distinction. The Council of Legal Education named Miss White as Senior Tutor Emerita of the Norman Manley Law School in September 2009.

Her publications include one book and several articles in regional and international journals. An article, Some Problems of a Hybrid Legal System: A Case Study of St. Luca published in International and Comparative Law Quarter, volume 30, Issue 04 (1981) was cited before and applied by the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council in Parry Husband v Warefact (PC#74 2001). 

NormanDavisSenior Tutor 
Mr. Norman Davis, LLB (UWI)

Norman Davis has been a full-time Tutor at the Norman Manley Law School since 2000. He took the LL.B degree from the University of the West Indies in 1982, and the Legal Education Certificate from the Norman Manley Law School two years later. Norman Davis worked at the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions for 2 years, rising to the level of Acting Crown Counsel. He has also worked in the litigation department at the law firm of Myers, Fletcher and Gordon, and thereafter, went into private practice.

His professional experience, covering broad areas of criminal and civil practice, has placed him in good stead to teach Evidence and Advocacy at the Law School. Mr. Davis, who will be on Sabbatical Leave from the Law School for the Academic Year 2009/2010, is normally in charge of the mock trials for the course on Advocacy II, and usually supervises the Norman Manley Law School team for the Margaret Forte Mooting Competition among the three Commonwealth Caribbean Law School.

FaraBrownSenior Tutor II
Ms. Fara Brown, LLB

Fara Brown entered the legal profession as a barrister in London specializing in criminal law and public order cases. She was admitted to practice in Jamaica in 1988 and since then has held a number of posts including Crown Counsel at the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions, Director of the Kingston Legal Aid Clinic and Resident Magistrate (actg) for the parish of Saint Catherine upon the inception of the Night Court in Jamaica. Since joining the Norman Manley Law School as tutor assigned to the Legal Aid Clinic, she has specialized in family law in a number of different capacities: As course director for the Family Practice and Procedure course, representing legal aid clients in family cases and writing several papers and manuals on clinical training at the law school. She has also taught family law, jurisprudence and the law of contract as part of the LLB London (External) Degree at the University College of the Caribbean.

   

AudreyWeldsTutor Mrs. Audrey Welds, LLB (UWI), LLM (UWI)

Mrs. Audrey Welds joined the staff of the Norman Manley Law School as a Tutor in 2007. Mrs. Welds took the Jamaica (Special) Scholarship in 1977, and obtained First Class Honours in the LL.B at the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill. She obtained the Legal Education Certificate from the Norman Manley Law School in 1982, and completed the LL.M at King’s College, London University, on a Commonwealth Scholarship in the following year.

Mrs. Welds has practised law as an Associate at the law firm of Rattray, Patterson, Rattray, in the Legal and Corporate Secretarial Department of the National Export-Import Bank of Jamaica, and in the Legal and Corporate Secretarial Department of the Mutual Security Bank. Between 1994 and 2003, she was a partner in the Commercial Law Department at DunnCox, and worked as a Lecturer in the Department of Management Studies from 2003 to 2007.

At the Norman Manley Law School, Mrs. Welds is the Course Director for the Law of Associations, and normally conducts tutorials in Ethics, Rights and Obligations of the Legal Profession. She has published articles in the Global Banking and Financial Policy Review, in 1999 and 2001, on deposit insurance and the regulatory framework for the Jamaican financial sector, and in the West Indian Law Journal in 2009 on “The Criminalization of Breaches of Corporate Duties — Policy Considerations and Caribbean Companies Legislation”. In keeping with her interest in corporate and commercial law, ethics, banking and finance and taxation, Mrs. Welds has also published several articles on legal topics in Jamaica’s Financial Gleaner.

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Tutor

Ms Tania Mott, BSC, LLB, and MBA

Tania Mott joined the staff of the Norman Manley Law School as a Tutor in 2011 and tutors in Remedies, Civil Practice and Procedure II and Probate Practice and Procedure. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in International Relations (Hons), a Bachelor of Law (Hons) and a Masters in Business Administration (Distinction). She was admitted to the Jamaican and British Virgin Islands Bars in 2005.

Tania Mott joined the staff of the Norman Manley Law School as a Tutor in 2011 and tutors in Remedies, Civil Practice and Procedure II and Probate Practice and Procedure. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in International Relations (Hons), a Bachelor of Law (Hons) and a Masters in Business Administration (Distinction). She was admitted to the Jamaican and British Virgin Islands Bars in 2005.

Ms Mott has practised law as an Associate in the firm Harney Westwood Riegels in the British Virgin Islands where she gave advise to local and foreign institutional and private clients on a variety of commercial and real estate matters including acquisitions, corporate restructuring, bi-lateral and syndicated loans, project financing trust related matters as well as general aspects of banking and finance law.

On her return to Jamaica in 2008, she was employed as an Associate in the law firm Marion Rose-Green & Co where her duties included, among other things, giving advice and appearing on behalf of clients in personal injury, real estate, commercial, succession and family related matters.

Tutor
Mr. Peter Carson, BA, LLB, Dip in Legislative Drafting

Peter Carson is Senior Tutor II at the Norman Manley Law School. Mr. Carson, who holds the LL.B. degree from the University of the West Indies and the Legal Education Certificate from the Norman Manley Law School, has taught at the Law School since 1974. In recent years, he has been Course Director in the courses, Landlord and Tenant (including Rent Restriction, Ejectment and Agricultural Holdings) and Legal Drafting and Interpretation. Mr. Carson is a Member of the Board of Directors, Museums of History and Ethnography, Jamaica. He is also a member of the Editorial Board of the West Indian Law Journal.

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Ms. Rochelle Davis, BA (UWI), MLS (UWI)

Miss Rochelle Davis has been the Assistant Librarian of the Norman Manley Law School’s Library since November 2017. She was awarded an Upper Second Class Bachelor of Arts degree in History and Political Studies and a Master of Library and Information Studies from The University of the West Indies, Mona in 2006 and 2008 respectively.
Miss Davis has (9) years professional experience in Librarianship, with her earliest experience as a Serials Librarian at the National Library of Jamaica. She then went on to work as a Librarian at DunnCox Attorneys-at-Law, where the passion for Law Librarianship was born. She also worked as a Librarian at The University of the West Indies, Mona, first as a Cataloguer and then as a Librarian in the Law Library. She is a proud and active member of LINAJ (Legal Information Association of Jamaica).
Miss Davis endeavours to add to the research output of librarians through presentations at conferences and also her two (2) published peer-reviewed articles: Negotiating Electronic Licensing Agreements: Issues, Knowledge and Skills Requirements for Librarians in Law Firms and “Bringing the library to you!”: The halls of residence librarian program at the University of the West Indies, Mona Library.

Tutor
Mr. Kurt Rattray, LL.B (UWI)

Kurt Rattray is engaged on contract as a full-time Tutor at the Law School. He teaches on both the Legal Drafting and Interpretation (first year) and Probate Practice and Procedure (second year) courses.

Mr. Rattray is a graduate of the Faculty of Law, University of the West Indies, and the Norman Manley Law School. He was called to the Jamaican Bar in 1984.

After a few years of private legal practice, he entered the Government Service, joining the Legal Reform Division (later the Legal Reform Department) of the Ministry of Justice. He was appointed Deputy Director of Legal Reform in 2002, and spent almost twenty years in the field of law reform.

During his employment to the Government, Mr. Rattray was significantly involved in the development of legislation to counter money laundering and the financing of terrorism (AML/CFT). He was appointed by the government as a legal examiner for the Caribbean Financial Action Task Force (“CFATF”), a regional body which, inter alia, conducts a Mutual Evaluation programme to assess regional states’ compliance with international AML/CFT benchmarks.
As legal examiner, Mr. Rattray served as a member of three CFATF Mutual Evaluation panels, which assessed the AML/CFT regulatory framework of the British Virgin Islands, St. Kitts and Nevis and Barbados.

He also co-authored an article on the CFATF which was published in a special Caribbean edition of the Journal of Financial Crime.

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Ms. Yolande Whitely, BA (UWI), LLB (UWI), LLM (Westminister)

Ms. Yolande Whitely, who joined the staff of the Norman Manley Law School as a full-time Tutor in October 2012, is the Course Director for Civil Procedure and Practice II and conducts tutorials for Civil Procedure and Practice I (“CPI”) having served as an Associate Tutor for CPI from 2003/2004 – 2012. Ms. Whitely obtained a scholarship for and completed her LLB (With Honours) at the University of the West Indies in 1996. She obtained the Legal Education Certificate from the Norman Manley Law School and was admitted to practice in 1998 and commenced working in the litigation department of DunnCox that year. Ms. Whitely also practised as Legal Counsel at RBTT Bank Jamaica Limited and then GraceKennedy Limited until September 2011 when she obtained the Chevening Scholarship. She was admitted to the LLM programme at the University of Westminster, London which she completed with distinction in September 2012.

Tutor
Ms. Audrea Lois Reynolds, LLB (Hertfordshire), Member of the Inner Temple (London).

Ms.Audre-Lois Reynolds has been a tutor at Norman Manley Law School since 2012. She tutors in Advocacy, years 1 and 2 and Civil Procedure year 2.

She holds an upper second class honours LLB degree from University of Hertfordshire, 1998- 2000. She was also educated at the Inns of Court School of Law 2000-2001 and is a Member of the Inner Temple, London, England. Ms Reynolds was called to the Bar of England & Wales 2001. She attended the Norman Manley Law School, 2002 -2003 and was called to Jamaican Bar in July 2003

Ms. Reynolds practised at the civil bar from the law firm Patrick Bailey & Co. (later changed to Bailey Terrelonge Allen), Feb 2004 – 2012.

Tutor
Meridian Kohler,MHR (UN)

Meridian Kohler was called the bar of Jamaica in 1999. She worked as private counsel for the first six months then transitioned to a prosecutor. Miss Kohler was responsible for prosecuting in the Western parish of Hanover in Jamaica for 3 years. In 2003 she was subsequently promoted to the office of the DPP where she remained until 2014. She rose to the rank of a senior deputy director of public prosecutions (acting). In this role she prosecuted serious crimes throughout Jamaica as well as represented the Crown at the appellate level.

Miss Kohler had special responsibility for Privy Council matters, judicial review matters and was deputy head of the unit on sexual offences, human trafficking, human rights and intellectual property. She has written a manual on the prosecution of sexual offences and child pornography as well as a number of articles in varying areas of her practice. She has also undergone training as a mediator and is a trainer of personnel in the combatting of human trafficking. She undertook a Masters in Human Rights at the University of Nottingham in 2008 and in 2011 completed a three month internship at the Inter-American Court of Human Rights (IACHR). She joined the faculty of the law school in August 2015.

Miss Kohler in her spare time enjoys reading, learning Spanish and German, travelling, latin dancing and playing scrabble. She is married and has a son.Baptist Brotherhood.