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.

Staff Reporter

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3 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!

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