Miss Stephanie Massay

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  • Attorney at Chancery Chambers (13 Attorneys)
  • Chancery House, High Street, Bridgetown, Barbados
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Biography

Stephanie was born in Barbados. She completed a Bachelor of Arts degree in History at the University of the West Indies Cave Hill. She continued her schooling at the University of Nottingham where she studied and obtained a Bachelor of Laws degree with honours. While at the University of Nottingham, Stephanie was a member of the Widening Participation Team and an avid member of the Caribbean Society. She was elected President of the Caribbean Society within its inaugural year. She was also a member of the Model United Nations Society. On completion of her second degree, Stephanie obtained an internship within a reputable Family Law firm where she went on to draft legal opinions on Parental Alienation Syndrome in family disputes and its recognition within the Caribbean. She joined Chancery Chambers as an intern in 2011.

She subsequently returned to London in late 2011 and attended City Law School where she read for the Bar Vocational Training Course and obtained a Post Graduate Diploma in Legal Professional Studies in 2012. She also explored other avenues and obtained a Certificate in Civil and Commercial Mediation. She continued her internship in the corporate services sector with Chancery Corporate Services Limited. She is a member of the Honourable Society of Lincoln's Inn and was called to the Bar of England and Wales in late 2012. In 2013 she attended Hugh Wooding Law School and obtained her Legal Education Certificate. She was admitted to practice as an Attorney in Barbados in 2014. Stephanie has developed a flare for Intellectual Property and also has an interest in Corporate and Commercial Law and Corporate Governance. In 2015 she broadened her professional horizons and further explored alternate dispute resolution, in particular, arbitration. After successful completion of the necessary courses held by the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, Stephanie was awarded the designation MCIArb and has immersed herself in this area of practice.
In late 2015 Stephanie assisted in drafting new legislation for Barbados pertaining to Domestic Arbitration. This involved extensive research of similar legislation in other jurisdictions, with particular reference to the rapid Arbitration Act for Delaware.

Areas of Practice (4)

  • Corporate and Commercial Law
  • Intellectual Property
  • Civil and Commercial Mediation
  • Arbitration

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
+246-431-0070  Phone
+246-431-0076  Fax
www.chancerychambers.com
University Attended:
University of the West Indies Cave Hill, Barbados, B.A., History, Hons.; Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, MCIArb
Law School Attended:
University of Nottingham, England, LL.B., Hons.; City Law School, London, PG Dip.; Hugh Wooding Law School, Trinidad and Tobago, L.E.C.
Year of First admission:
2012
Admission:
2012, Bar of England and Wales; 2014, Barbados
Memberships:
Barbados, England and Wales.
ISLN:
923022318

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