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Another young lawyer passes her bar exam in the Seychelles

Michelle St.Ange this week graduated to the Seychelles Bar after completing with success her local Bar course.

Michelle St.Ange this week graduated to the Seychelles Bar after completing with success her local Bar course.

Michelle St.Ange a 2014 graduate from Australia with double degree in Law & Psychological Science returned to Seychelles and works in the Attorney General Chambers and has since been representing the Seychelles Government in the Courts of the Islands.

She initially graduated from Griffith University on the Gold Coast in Australia with a Bachelor of Laws with Honors, and a Bachelor of Psychological Science. She had been awarded the Griffith Award for Academic Excellent for 2012, and again in 2014, thereby placing her in the top 5% of students at the University, across all campuses.

Michelle St.Ange has officially been offered a PhD opportunity from Griffith University.

Alain St.Ange, the Seychelles Minister responsible for Tourism, Civil Aviation, Ports and Marine was on the Gold Coast in Australia and attended the Michelle’s Graduation Ceremony. Accompanied by his wife, Ginette they were again with her this week when she graduated in Seychelles for the island’s Bar. “It is a proud day for me and for our family” said Minister St.Ange.