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204 Dean Rose-Marie Belle Antoine Professor of Labour Law and Offshore Financial Law is an attorney Cambridge Fellow and award-winning author whose career embodies excellence in research combined with an outstanding record of transforma- tional public service in the region and beyond. She has earned an international reputation as a leading scholarinternational consult- ant and activist. Her scholarship has been acknowledged for its quality and depth and its diversitycreativity and breadth. Awards and Posts In 2006Antoine became the first person from the Faculty of Law to win the prestigious Vice-Chancellors Award for Excellence in Research. In 2013 she created history by winning the Vice Chancellors award for Excellence againthis time for Public Service. Other awards include being honoured by the Commonwealth Foundation as an eminent scholar the broad-based UK Emerald Literati Prize for outstanding publication and two awards from the Guild of Undergraduate Students for Courage and Dedication to Students and Outstanding Service. In 2008 she was named as one of the UWI Outstanding 60 under 60 Academics. Professor Antoine was the Distinguished Goodwin Scholar for Nova SE University Florida the 2011 Washburn USA Visiting Scholaradjunct professor at the DePauland Case Western univer- sitiesUSAand has lectured at CambridgeMcGill and Oxford. Antoine won the Oxford Commonwealth Scholarship earning the doctorate in law at Oxford University won the Cambridge Pegasus Scholarship obtaining the LLM and holds the LLB from The UWI. She also holds diplomas and certificates with distinction in international human rights from the International Institute of Human Rights in StrasbourgFrance.She was formerly Programme Director and founder of the LLM programmeCave-Hill and a legal officer at the ILO in Geneva. Publication Record Dean Antoine has written twelve books and numerous articles in international legal journals on varied subjects. The prestigious Oxford University Press published her pioneering texts Confidenti- ality in Offshore Financial Law and Trusts and Tax Issues in Offshore Financial Law. These and her first book Commonwealth Caribbean Law and Legal Systems Routledge CavendishLondonare used by universities and practitioners in Europe the USA UK Asia and Africa.She is the co-author and editor of the Unfair Dismissal Digest ILO Geneva Legal Issues in Offshore Finance Randle Publishers and HIV and Human Rights. She has contributed chapters to leading texts such as the Legal Systems of the World Encyclopedia ABCCLIO USA Law and Employment edited by the Nobel Prize Winner in Economics James Heckman and Human Resource Development and Workplace Governance in the Caribbean Randle. Antoines research and scholarship have been lauded interna- tionally and are widely cited by international jurists authors PhD students in leading universities international organizations UN ReportsParliaments andimportantly for a legal scholarthe courts. Her publications are utilized in every continent reaching beyond legal practitioners to include environmentalists social scientists and others. Her work has been described by leading international jurists and scholars as originalinsightful and amazing.She super- vises graduate theses as far afield as Cambridge Australia and reviews articles in international journals. She introduced several new areas to The UWIs curriculum including Discrimination Law Public Service Law International Human Rights Offshore Law and HIV Law the latter making The UWI a leader in this regard. Antoine emphasises a multi-disciplinary and social engineer- ing approach to law that informs more concretely protected civil rights. She embraces the philosophy of Nobel Laureate Amartya Sen that human rights enhances and does not diminish tangible economic development. Her work in the law disciplines of labour finance health and trade is enriched by and mirrors her human rights commitment. Public Service Informed by Scholarship Professor Antoine engages in significant public service and consul- tancy work which is deeply informed by her scholarship. She competes successfully against other international experts to lead projects and has served as advisorwhether as Team Leader or sole Consultant to all of the governments of CARICOM to others such as the UKVenezuelaUSA and Canadaand to several international organizations including the EU OAS IADB World Bank CARICOM OECSUNICEFILOUNIFEMPanCap and UNDCP. She has also authored Policy Reports on several regional issues including Discrimination Mutual Legal Assistance Womens Rights Money- LaunderingLabour LawFree MovementHIVFinancial LawHealth Anti-Corruption and Reform of Constitutions the Judiciary Public ServicePolice and Child Juvenile Justice. She drafted important legislation on diverse subjects includ- ing the financial sector health public service education child justicelabourfinancial sectorhuman trafficking and trusts andas LAW Professor of Labour Law and Offshore Financial Law Dean Faculty of Law Tel 868 662 2002 ext. 82039 E-mail PROF. ROSE-MARIE BELLE ANTOINE