DPM’s Daughter Christina Called To The Bar

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ailment times;”>London, England | 28 July 2015 – The day was a special one for the Davis family as Lord Chief Justice, Rt. Hon. Sir John Thomas, called Ms. Christina Davis to practice at the English Bar. She was drawn from the Honourable Society of the Inner Temple, one of the four Inns of Court in London.

Christina and others were welcomed to the Supreme Court, and, in full regalia, the new barristers were then called to the Bar and signed the great roll. This achievement follows on Christina’s mastery of her bar exams just one year after completing her law degree (LLB). In 2012, she also secured a Bachelor’s Degree in Mass Communication and Public Advocacy from Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts, graduating Magna Cum Laude.

Christina is 24 years and the daughter of the Bahamas’ Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Works & Urban Development, Hon. Philip E. “Brave” Davis, Q.C., M.P. and Ann Marie Davis. Both parents, with family members and friends, attended the special event.

Given her father’s success at the Bar, Christina, his youngest protégé, is expected to excel professionally. She will be called to the Bahamas Bar shortly.

Congratulations and best wishes!