Wolfson College

Nicole Foster-Pusey

Nicole Foster-Pusey completed an LLM degree as a Cambridge Commonwealth Scholar and graduated with First Class Honours, receiving the Jennings Prize from Wolfson College for her accomplishments, as well as the Hugh Bevan Prize for being the Most Distinguished LLM student. Prior to studying at Cambridge, she obtained her BA from the University of the West Indies (UWI) where she excelled received the UWI – Guild of Graduates Merit Award in recognition of her outstanding academic achievement and commitment to the Caribbean, as well as the Christopher Blackman Prize for Labour Law.

She has spent 15 years working in the Attorney General’s Chambers of Jamaica serving in a range of positions including Director - Litigation Division, Director of State Proceedings, Director - Commercial Affairs Division, Acting Director – Constitutional and Legislative Affairs Division and Acting Resident Magistrate. Mrs. Foster-Pusey has also appeared in several significant cases in the Supreme Court and Court of Appeal of Jamaica and the Privy Council.

For more information, please refer to the following resources
Jamaican Ministry of Justice, 2016 - http://moj.gov.jm/content/solicitor-general-nicole-foster-pusey-qc

Nafisa Waziri

Nafisa is a second year PhD student at the Centre of Development Studies, a member of Hughes Hall, and current president of the Black Cantabs Research Society.

Cambridge, United Kingdom

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