Miss Candice Jeanne Ducreay was officially robed at a ceremony held at Parliament on Tuesday.
Miss Ducreay attended the Hugh Wooding Law in Trinidad and Tobago and obtained her Legal Education Certificate.
She is the daughter of Attorney Glen Ducreay and upon her calling to the Bar, she will formally join the law firm of Glen Ducreay as a practicing attorney.
Her application was moved by her father Glenworth Ducreay and seconded by Henry Dyer, and supported by President of the Bar Association, Heather Felix Evans, Carlita Benjamin, and Kael London.
In an interview with Vibes News, Miss Ducreay stated that she elated and proud that her hard work paid off.
“I feel very happy, I feel very elated and relieved, not just for myself but for my family. This means a lot to all of us, as they have all been supporting me over the years, this fact that I have reached this milestone in my life, I feel very, very happy,” Miss. Ducreay stated.
She noted that this occasion means that life has changed for her, noting that her “perspective and outlook has now changed.”
“I know realize I have a very important role in society, and there are a lot of ethical, and social and moral responsibilities placed upon me, and I am ready to do my part, to make Dominica better and to be a great lawyer to the best of my ability,” Miss. Ducreay added.