Mrs. Crystal Braveboy-Chetram
Crystal holds a Bachelor of Laws Degree, with First Class Honours, from the University of the West Indies, St. Augustine Campus, and a Legal Education Certificate of Merit from the Hugh Wooding Law School.
Throughout her academic tenure, Crystal earned numerous awards and distinctions. In 2012, she was the recipient of The Grenadian Island Scholarship Award for Social Sciences, and in 2016, graduated from the University of the West Indies as Class Valedictorian for the Faculties of Law and Engineering. At the Hugh Wooding Law School, she attained several distinguished awards and prizes, including, Council of Legal Education Prize for Most Outstanding Year 1 Student; The Book Specialists Prize for First Outstanding Year 1 Student; The Peterson, Lambert, Peterson & Co Prize and The Justice Anthony Lucky and Justice Jillian Lucky Prize for Best Performance in Evidence and Forensic Medicine; The Phelps & Co Prize for Best Performance in Civil Procedure and Practice I; The Oswald J Wilson Memorial Prize for Best Performance in Landlord and Tenant; The London House Chambers Kissoon Prize and The MH Shah Memorial Prize for Best Performance in Legal Drafting and Interpretation; The Justice Alice Yorke-Soo Hon Prize for Outstanding Performance in Criminal Practice and Procedure; The H. Aubrey Fraser Memorial Prize for Best Performance in Ethics, Rights and Obligations of the Legal Profession; Council Prize for Most Outstanding Student Over Two Years; and The Grenada Bar Association Prize for Excellence for Best Performance by a Student From Grenada. In 2018, she graduated from the Hugh Wooding Law School as the sole recipient of the Certificate of Merit, which is awarded to the student who obtains ‘A’ grades in at least nine of eleven law courses over the two-year programme.
Prior to joining us, Crystal was a Judicial Research Intern at the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court Headquarters in Saint Lucia where she was involved in research on complex and diverse legal issues and vetting of judgments and digests. She also enjoyed a stint as a tutor at the Faculty of Law, University of the West Indies, St. Augustine Campus.
Her areas of practice are expanding but currently include Civil Litigation, Company Law, Construction Law, Contract Law, Property Law, Conveyancing, Family Law and Succession Law.
In her private life, Crystal volunteers her time to the Grenada Girl Guides Association and enjoys watching movies, socializing and spending time at the beach as modes of relaxation.