Ms. Chitrani Ragoonanan was admitted to the Roll of Attorneys-at-Law in Trinidad and Tobago in 2019 and joined the Firm in January 2020.
In addition to graduating with First Class Honours and appearing on the Principal’s Honour Roll at Hugh Wooding Law School, Ms. Ragoonanan is the winner of a number of academic prizes including: Mervyn Campbell Prize for the Best Performance in Law of Remedies for the year 2017-2018; Mediation Board of Trinidad and Tobago Prize for Excellence in Mediation Studies for the year 2018-2019; Book Specialists Prize for the First Outstanding Year 2 Student for the year 2018-2019; and Council of Legal Education Prize for the Most Outstanding Year 2 Student for the year 2018-2019.
Ms. Ragoonanan currently works under the direct supervision of Ms. Susan Moolchan and Mr. Prakash Deonarine. She assists in the management of part of the Firm’s dynamic corporate portfolio which includes, inter alia: Banking, Commercial Contracts; Negligence; Mortgage Actions; Debt Collection (for secured and unsecured loans); Enforcement of Judgments; Debt Recovery for Co-operative Societies (credit unions); securing Judgments for Statutory Debts and Matrimonial matters.
Ms. Ragoonanan’s unwavering passion for excellence makes her a seamless addition to the Firm.
2017 LLB (Hons, 1st Class) – University of the West Indies, St Augustine
2019 LEC (Principal’s Roll of Honour) – Hugh Wooding Law School
2019 Admitted to practice as an Attorney-at-Law in Trinidad and Tobago
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