Jamaican Law Student’s beat the rest of the world in Qatar

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A contingent of final year students of the Norman Manley Law School stamped Jamaica’s dominance in advocacy in Doha, Qatar’s capital city.

Jamaica’s world beating Law Students team

The team of Kimberley Brown, Rojae Brown, Jonathan Dwyer, Andria D. Whyte and coach Hanielle Hines were declared champions of the inaugural Qatar International Cybersecurity Contest’s, Cybersecurity Moot, held October 1-3 and hosted by the Hamad Bin Khalifa University.

Jurists from the International Law Commission and experts in the field of International Cybersecurity decided the winners of the competition.
The results of the final match affirmed what all attendees expected to see, Jamaica leading, once again, on the world stage.

The Jamaicans beat Universities like Georgetown and Harvard.

Congratulations Team from LBC NEWS.

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11 thoughts on “Jamaican Law Student’s beat the rest of the world in Qatar

  1. All I know Jamaicans are not easy. We are everywhere, in everything, all Ice Hockey. 😁😁 CONGRATULATIONS!

  2. We are simply the best in almost all area of life..We just need to kno our worth and power..We are so rich and we dont even know..Anything we put our mind to we can dominate.. we are strong ppl we just dont understand how to love one another, unite & appreciate and use our power..We have so much to offer most ppl want to be us..We leave ppl amazed and in Awe each time we touch any world stage..Lawd mel mi done..Congratulations on all levels to you all..We are the champion of the world..Be Thankful and grateful every dayπŸ™πŸ‡―πŸ‡²πŸ‡―πŸ‡²

    1. COULD’VE SAID IT BETTER MYSELF.AS YOU SAID WE AS A PEOPLE DONT KNOW OUR WORTH….WE’RE SO BLESS..WE NEED TO STOP FIGHTING EACH OTHER….AND START BEIN EACH OTHERS KEEPER!!WE HV A BLESS COUNTRY,GOD BE WITH US ALL.

  3. Very inspiring. Keep up the good work. I am very proud of those law students. As well as the other news.

  4. Jamaicans are always making their mark on the international stage Now they are a new wave of hybrid of Jamaican intellectuals in this mellinium like so many others before notable. Jamaican have drive zealous aspirations goals and ambitions achieving with strong determinations to suceed.they have made hiistorical indelible mark on the international stage in performances challenged .and they are many more levels and targets ahead to achieve and it will be done the island motto out of my one people .I believe for their now at an alarming rate at centre stage like never before creating history as the perceived and achieve the inevitable aginst all the odds .Jamaicans has always been highly ambitious. .I say congratulations to the New pioneers for achieving their international endeavours. Well done.

  5. This is a great story. The message is one of encouragement for other young people to follow. Stories like this leaves me overwhelmed with joy. Despite all the problems we face we are a resilient people with determination and the message we send to the world 🌎 is a resounding β€œyes’ for all to see that there is no mountain πŸ” high enough that we as a people cannot climb. Jamaicans at home and abroad let us unite and celebrate our young people as they continue to impress others around the globe. We will not settle for nothing less than the best. Proud of my country proud to be Jamaicans πŸ‡―πŸ‡²πŸ‡―πŸ‡²

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