Legal counsel who are passionate about the movement and are the best in what they do.
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MS. TAWANA TANNOCK
SKULD MUTUAL PROTECTION AND INDEMNITY ASSOCIATION (BERMUDA) LTD.
Tawana is the Managing Director of Skuld Mutual Protection and Indemnity Association (Bermuda) Ltd. She regularly manages underwriting, financial reporting, accounting, legal & compliance, risk management and administration functions at Skuld Mutual.
She has worked for several years in Bermuda’s criminal justice system; as Crown Counsel in the Ministry of Justice, a Probation Officer and Drug Court Case Manager.
She is also the former Director of the Centre for Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention (CADA) and is a former middle school teacher.
She has served as chairperson on the Human Rights Commission in 2012.
In Law, Tawana holds a MA in Legal Studies from the University of Bristol; and a BA in History and Political Science from Spelman College.
MS. VICTORIA GREENING
Victoria has been practicing as a litigator for 10 years, and now as of 2020, has established her own firm: Resolution Chambers. She decided to undertake this endeavor because she is passionate about setting up a practice that is founded on ethical, empathetic, compassionate principles.
Victoria's goal is to create a place where her clients can feel heard and safe above all else, but also where they can get expert legal advice. She has adopted a multi-disciplinary approach and works very closely with other service providers (psychologists, psychiatrists, doctors, government agencies and charities etc.). This is to ensure that her clients receive the best all-round support whilst they go through difficult times in their lives; with the view to coming out stronger and more equipped at the other end.
MS. KAREN WILLIAMS - SMITH
TROTT & DUNCAN
BARRISTERS & ATTORNEYS
Karen is trained and qualified in the United Kingdom having graduated from London University , Inns of court School of law and completing pupillage with 2 Queen Elizabeth buildings in September of 1991.
She has been in private practice specializing in Family law since 1991, an area that she continues to be very passionate about.
Karen is currently the Director at Trott and Duncan and is still practicing. She has sat on numerous boards that promote the welfare of children as paramount and to implement laws and guidelines to help facilitate the best practice in each case.
Her aim has always been to preserve wholesome families in order to develop healthy and thriving children.