Place of Birth: Ben-Lomond
Schools attended: Reform Presbyterian School, ASJA Boys College, Pleasantville Senior Comprehensive School, University of the West Indies Cape Hill Barbados, Queen Mary and the Westfield College University of London, University of Westminster.
Post Graduate studies were pursued courtesy the British Chevening Scholarship and the British Foreign Office Scholarship programme.
At University he topped the Law Faculty and won several prizes for outstanding academic performance.
He was awarded several post-graduate scholarships and read for his LLM in corporate and commercial law at the Centre for Commercial Law Studies.
Constitutional and Human Rights Lawyer was called to the bar in England and Wales in 1994 and in Trinidad and Tobago in 1996.
A member of the Honourable Society of the Middle Temple U.K.
Private Practice under the tutelage of Mrs Lynette Maraj S.C and Sir Fenton Ramsahoy QC Former Attorney General of Guyana.
One of the youngest barristers from the Commonwealth to address Her majesty's Judicial Committee of the Privy Council at 22 years of age.
The holder of an L.L.B Degree and a Masters in Corporate and Commercial Law.
Appointed Senior Counsel on 30th December 2011.
Attorney General of Trinidad and Tobago from 26th May 2010 to 2nd February 2015, the youngest person to ever hold the office in Trinidad and Tobago.
He has served on many committees and statutory bodies:
Law Reform Committee
Civil Aviation Authority
Commission of Enquiry into the Administration of Justice
Vision 2020 plan for Constitutional Reform.
He established his own chambers Freedom Law Chambers at Harris Street San Fernando.