Chadwick Berry was called to the bar in December, 2018 and was subsequently appointed as an Associate Attorney-at-Law at TWP Attorneys-at-Law. After graduating from St. George’s College in 2013, he pursued his Bachelor of Laws (LL.B) Degree from the University of the West Indies, Mona Campus, where he graduated with Honours. He then matriculated to the Norman Manley Law School, where he successfully completed the Legal Education Certificate (L.E.C) programme in 2018. His journey with TWP Attorneys-at-Law began in January, 2017, when he was recruited as an intern for the firm’s Kingston Branch. He shadowed Mr. Christopher Townsend in the Criminal Law Department, Ms. Cavelle Johnston in the Civil Law Department and Mrs. Kaysian Kennedy-Sherman in the Personal Injury Law Department. He also worked within the Family Law and Probate and Administration of Estates Branches of the firm’s Conveyancing Department. In 2019, Chadwick was dispatched to TWP’s Portland Branch where he briefly managed the operations of the Branch. Chadwick’s practice areas include Criminal and Civil litigation, Personal Injury Law, Family Law and Probate and Administration of Estates. His favourite past times include playing football, tennis and hiking. He is also proficient in French, possessing the ability to speak, write and read the language at an advanced level.