Rose-Marie Belle Antoine

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Dean of the Faculty of Law, Professor Rose-Marie Belle Antoine, holds the Chair as Professor of Labour Law and Offshore Financial Law.

Her career has embodied wide and diverse scholarly activity, public service, representation and activism. Dean Antoine’s specialist subject areas are Offshore Financial Law, Labour Law, Anti-Discrimination Law, Public Law (human rights, administrative law and public service law) and Legal Systems/ Comparative Law. Antoine won the Oxford Commonwealth Scholarship to read for the doctorate in law at Oxford University, won the Cambridge Pegasus Scholarship to pursue the LLM and holds the LL.B. from the UWI. She also earned diplomas and certificates with distinction in international human rights from the International Institute of Human Rights in Strasbourg, France.

She was the Distinguished Goodwin Scholar 2004 for Nova SE University in Florida and an adjunct professor at the DePaul, Illinois and Case Western universities, USA, lecturing on International Financial Law. Professor Antoine was former Program Director and founder of the LLM programme in Corporate Law at the Cave Hill campus. Previously, Professor Antoine was employed as a legal officer at the International Labour Office (ILO) in Geneva, Switzerland and worked briefly in London.

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