Antiguan Brent Scotland called to the bar of England and Wales

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Antiguan Brent Alexander Scotland was recently called to the bar of England and
Wales at the Michaelmas Reception at Gray’s Inn, London.

Brent completed a Bachelor of Arts degree (Hons.) in Communication and Commerce
at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology in Canada.

He then graduated with
a Master of Science degree from the University of Nottingham, UK.

He attained his Graduate Diploma in Law at the BPP University, UK and thereafter passed the Bar Training Course with distinction on his first attempt.

Brent is the Co-President of Halo Generation Y, the youth arm of the Halo Foundation
in Antigua and Barbuda.

He has spearheaded many charitable and environmental
initiatives, inclusive of island-wide clean up campaigns, anti-suicide awareness retreats
for teens and tree-planting exercises.

In January 2020, he had the privilege of being one of the first citizens of Antigua and
Barbuda to climb to Africa’s highest point, the Uhuru Peak at Mount Kilimanjaro.

Choosing to raise funds through an extreme sport like mountain climbing was
important to him because it highlighted a local charitable cause.

He has a penchant for overcoming challenges. By climbing the highest free-standing
mountain in the world, he aimed to show the youth that even if they come from one of
the smallest nations on earth, they can surmount almost any obstacle in life.

Brent is the recipient of the Halo Hero Humanitarian Award (2020) and the
Commonwealth Covid-19 Hero Award (2021).

He is a former employee of the Office of
National Drug and Money Laundering Control Policy (ONDCP), and the son of Their
Excellencies Sir Rodney and Lady Williams.

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7 COMMENTS

  1. Congrats to Brent Esq, on his newest attainment
    This shows that Antigua and Barbuda is safe in the hands of the youth for a brighter future.
    All the best on your endeavours..
    Cheers

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  2. If he is the sone of Their Excellencies Sir Rodney and Lady Williams. Then why is his last name Scotland? I think the article needs to explain this.

    • Seriously…..that’s all you got from this article? Of all the things you could’ve picked up and commented on…you chose to go that route!!!??!!

    • No explanation needed. Obviously he is not the biological son of Sir Rodney Williams and carries his mother’s maiden name.

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  3. Congratulations Brent, well done. And congratulations to Sir Rodney and Lady Williams on their son’s high achievement.

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