Wendy Beswick-Robinson, who attended law school at Norman Manley Law School in Kingston, Jamaica and NSU Shepard Broad College of Law, is an attorney licensed to practice law in Florida and Jamaica, W.I.
While attending law school in Jamaica, she served as Publications Committee Chairperson on the Norman Manley Law School Students’ Association and received the prestigious Aubrey Fraser Ethics Examination award. In addition, Wendy clerked at the Court of Appeal and Supreme Court of Jamaica.
Wendy grew up in Kingston, Jamaica and attended the University of Technology where she obtained her Bachelor of Laws degree with Second Class Honors. She also attended the University at Buffalo, State University of New York where she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication, summa cum laude and was undergraduate commencement speaker.
After completing law school in Jamaica, her areas of practice included constitutional, commercial and business law at a medium-sized firm in Kingston, as well as serving as a Justice of the Peace and a mediator for the parish of St. Andrew, Jamaica.
Outside of the legal profession, Wendy was an organist at a Catholic Church for over 15 years.
Wendy is married, has one son, and enjoys spending time with her family and reading.