Faculty of Law Panel Discussion: Mindset Change and Crime Prevention

Event Date(s): 27/02/2020

Location: UWI St. Augustine, Noor Hassanali Auditorium, Faculty of Law

The Faculty of Law invites you to a Panel Discussion on the topic: Mindset Change and Crime Prevention: How Seeing the Other Can Reduce Crime and Ignite Economic Growth.

Featured panellists include:  

  • Mr. Nigel Romano: Director and Partner, Moore Trinidad & Tobago; Retired Managing Director & CEO, JMMB Group TT
  • Justice Gillian Lucky: Judge, Court of Appeal TT
  • Retired Hon. Justice Selwyn Romilly: 1st Black Judge appointed to British Columbia Supreme Court; 1st Black Judge appointed to any court in British Columbia, Canada
  • Ms. Debbie Jacob: Journalist/ Librarian; English Teacher (T&T Prisons) International School of Port-of-Spain Trinidad Express Individual of 2019
  • Mr. Gregory Sloane-Seale: Programme Coordinator, Citizens Security Programme, Ministry of National Security TT
  • Professor Rose-Marie Belle Antoine, Dean of the Faculty of Law, UWI St. Augustine

The panel discussion takes place on February 27 from 6 to 9pm at the Noor Hassanali Auditorium, Faculty of Law.

For more information please email law@sta.uwi.edu.

About the Panel Discussion

This panel discussion the actions under the European Union funded Faculty of Law, UWI St. Augustine project titled, “Addressing Human Rights Abuses of Remand Prisoners with Special Conditions with Special Emphasis on Domestic Violence Murder Cases.”


Open to: | General Public | Staff | Student | Alumni |


  • Faculty of Law

  • Tel.: law@sta.uwi.edu