Kerri-Ann practises in the areas of pensions, taxation and civil litigation. Her pension practice involves advising pension clients, whether the trustees, sponsors or members of pension funds and retirements schemes as well as drafting and amending the constitutive documents for respective pension arrangements.
Kerri-Ann was admitted to practise in Jamaica in November 2014. She is a graduate of the University of the West Indies where she obtained her Bachelor of Laws Degree with first class honours. She later obtained her Legal Education Certificate from the Norman Manley Law School and graduated as the most outstanding student over two years and a member of the Principal’s Honour Roll (2014). Throughout her studies Kerri-Ann sat on the executive of various student bodies and was an avid participant in student and charity activities.
Kerri-Ann is a member of the Jamaican Bar Association and the Pension Fund Association of Jamaica.