Alicia C. Lawrence started her legal career by reading for her degree with the University of the West Indies, Mona Campus, Jamaica, from which she graduated with a Bachelor of Laws degree, with Honours, in 2015.
Her passion for the legal profession became evident, while she read for her degree, in her service as Secretary to the Legal Education Committee.
Subsequently, she obtained a Legal Education Certificate from the Norman Manley Law School ("NMLS") in Jamaica in 2017.
During her time at NMLS, Alicia's leadership qualities married her passion for the law. As such, she served the NMLS' Students' Association as the Deputy Academic Committee Representative and as the Moot and Library Committee Chairperson. Her accomplishments in those roles include the spearheading of both the Margaret Forte Trial Advocacy and the annual regional Lex Caribbean Client Interviewing Competitions.
As a well-organised multitasker, Alicia completed a Judicial Research Assistant internship with the Supreme Court of Jamaica while undertaking her studies at NMLS.
Upon graduating from NMLS, Alicia was awarded the Hon. Miss Justice Madge Morgan Memorial Prize (Shared) for overall preparation, interest and team work in Trial Advocacy.
Alicia is called to the Jamaican and Grenadian Bars.