Senator Donna Scott - Mottley, NP

Senator Donna Scott-Mottley is proud to be a past student of Clarendon College and a former head girl of that institution where she was also the first recipient of the prestigious Student of the Year Award. She graduated from the Norman Manley Law School with Honours and is admitted to both the Jamaican and Barbadian Bar. Mrs. Scott-Mottley is highly skilled in litigation and conveyancing and is regarded as a leading expert on Caribbean Heritage and Cultural legislation and as such has ably served as a consultant and advisor to the United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) and also to the Governments of Jamaica, Dominica, Grenada and Guyana. In 2007 she was the recipient of the prestigious Musgrave Medal (Silver) for Distinguished Service to the Development of Culture through legal skills. Mrs. Scott-Mottley has a passion to uplift people’s lives through personal and national development.

Senator Donna Scott - Mottley, NP

Senator Donna Scott-Mottley is proud to be a past student of Clarendon College and a former head girl of that institution where she was also the first recipient of the prestigious Student of the Year Award. She graduated from the Norman Manley Law School with Honours and is admitted to both the Jamaican and Barbadian Bar. Mrs. Scott-Mottley is highly skilled in litigation and conveyancing and is regarded as a leading expert on Caribbean Heritage and Cultural legislation and as such has ably served as a consultant and advisor to the United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) and also to the Governments of Jamaica, Dominica, Grenada and Guyana. In 2007 she was the recipient of the prestigious Musgrave Medal (Silver) for Distinguished Service to the Development of Culture through legal skills. Mrs. Scott-Mottley has a passion to uplift people’s lives through personal and national development.

Senator Donna Scott - Mottley, NP

Senator Donna Scott-Mottley is proud to be a past student of Clarendon College and a former head girl of that institution where she was also the first recipient of the prestigious Student of the Year Award. She graduated from the Norman Manley Law School with Honours and is admitted to both the Jamaican and Barbadian Bar. Mrs. Scott-Mottley is highly skilled in litigation and conveyancing and is regarded as a leading expert on Caribbean Heritage and Cultural legislation and as such has ably served as a consultant and advisor to the United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) and also to the Governments of Jamaica, Dominica, Grenada and Guyana. In 2007 she was the recipient of the prestigious Musgrave Medal (Silver) for Distinguished Service to the Development of Culture through legal skills. Mrs. Scott-Mottley has a passion to uplift people’s lives through personal and national development.

Miss Flavia Scott

Ms. Flavia Scott has been in practice for over twenty five (25) years. Graduating cum laude with a Bachelor of Science Degree from York College, City University of New York,she was awarded a full scholarship to the New York Law School. She continued her path to excellence graduating with a Juris Doctor in 1993. Her outstanding academic performance led to an invitation to write for the Law Journal, a rare and prestigious honour. After successfully sitting both the New York and New Jersey Bar examinations simultaneously, she returned home and repeated her success with the Jamaican Bar after 6 months study at the Norman Manley Law School. Ms. Scott specializes in Civil Law, Commercial Law and Conveyancing. She provides a well- needed synergy of skills to the firm’s pool of expertise. She maintains memberships in the: Bar Association of Jamaica, The Southern Bar Association of Jamaica, Member of the Board of Directors of Vere Technical High School and is a Past Chairman of the South Coast Chapter of The Realtors Association of Jamaica.

Miss Flavia Scott

Ms. Flavia Scott has been in practice for over twenty five (25) years. Graduating cum laude with a Bachelor of Science Degree from York College, City University of New York,she was awarded a full scholarship to the New York Law School. She continued her path to excellence graduating with a Juris Doctor in 1993. Her outstanding academic performance led to an invitation to write for the Law Journal, a rare and prestigious honour. After successfully sitting both the New York and New Jersey Bar examinations simultaneously, she returned home and repeated her success with the Jamaican Bar after 6 months study at the Norman Manley Law School. Ms. Scott specializes in Civil Law, Commercial Law and Conveyancing. She provides a well- needed synergy of skills to the firm’s pool of expertise. She maintains memberships in the: Bar Association of Jamaica, The Southern Bar Association of Jamaica, Member of the Board of Directors of Vere Technical High School and is a Past Chairman of the South Coast Chapter of The Realtors Association of Jamaica.

Miss Flavia Scott

Ms. Flavia Scott has been in practice for over twenty five (25) years. Graduating cum laude with a Bachelor of Science Degree from York College, City University of New York,she was awarded a full scholarship to the New York Law School. She continued her path to excellence graduating with a Juris Doctor in 1993. Her outstanding academic performance led to an invitation to write for the Law Journal, a rare and prestigious honour. After successfully sitting both the New York and New Jersey Bar examinations simultaneously, she returned home and repeated her success with the Jamaican Bar after 6 months study at the Norman Manley Law School. Ms. Scott specializes in Civil Law, Commercial Law and Conveyancing. She provides a well- needed synergy of skills to the firm’s pool of expertise. She maintains memberships in the: Bar Association of Jamaica, The Southern Bar Association of Jamaica, Member of the Board of Directors of Vere Technical High School and is a Past Chairman of the South Coast Chapter of The Realtors Association of Jamaica.

Mrs. Jeromha Crossbourne - Onfroy

Jeromha Crossbourne-Onfroy graduated from the Norman Manley Law School in 2004 as one of the top students in her year. During her term at Law School she was the recipient of a number of awards including: The Douglas Fletcher Memorial Prize, Williams, McKoy & Palmer Prize, Vacianna & Whittingham Prize, Honorable Mr. Justice Courtney Scipio Orr Memorial Prize, Outstanding academic achievements, Outstanding performance in Criminal Practice and Procedure and Civil Practice and Procedure.She is a recent recipient of the Governor General Youth Achievement Award. She was called to the bar in 2004 and joined Scott, Bhoorasingh & Bonnick shortly thereafter. Her practice is in the area of Civil and Criminal Advocacy and she has distinguished herself in the several courts of Jamaica. She is a member of the Jamaica Bar Association and Southern Bar Association of Jamaica. Her altruistic pursuit includes the mentoring of young people, and as such she conducts development seminars in schools and is a member of the executive of the Girl Guides Association.

Mrs. Jeromha Crossbourne - Onfroy

Jeromha Crossbourne-Onfroy graduated from the Norman Manley Law School in 2004 as one of the top students in her year. During her term at Law School she was the recipient of a number of awards including: The Douglas Fletcher Memorial Prize, Williams, McKoy & Palmer Prize, Vacianna & Whittingham Prize, Honorable Mr. Justice Courtney Scipio Orr Memorial Prize, Outstanding academic achievements, Outstanding performance in Criminal Practice and Procedure and Civil Practice and Procedure.She is a recent recipient of the Governor General Youth Achievement Award. She was called to the bar in 2004 and joined Scott, Bhoorasingh & Bonnick shortly thereafter. Her practice is in the area of Civil and Criminal Advocacy and she has distinguished herself in the several courts of Jamaica. She is a member of the Jamaica Bar Association and Southern Bar Association of Jamaica. Her altruistic pursuit includes the mentoring of young people, and as such she conducts development seminars in schools and is a member of the executive of the Girl Guides Association.

Mrs. Jeromha Crossbourne - Onfroy

Jeromha Crossbourne-Onfroy graduated from the Norman Manley Law School in 2004 as one of the top students in her year. During her term at Law School she was the recipient of a number of awards including: The Douglas Fletcher Memorial Prize, Williams, McKoy & Palmer Prize, Vacianna & Whittingham Prize, Honorable Mr. Justice Courtney Scipio Orr Memorial Prize, Outstanding academic achievements, Outstanding performance in Criminal Practice and Procedure and Civil Practice and Procedure.She is a recent recipient of the Governor General Youth Achievement Award. She was called to the bar in 2004 and joined Scott, Bhoorasingh & Bonnick shortly thereafter. Her practice is in the area of Civil and Criminal Advocacy and she has distinguished herself in the several courts of Jamaica. She is a member of the Jamaica Bar Association and Southern Bar Association of Jamaica. Her altruistic pursuit includes the mentoring of young people, and as such she conducts development seminars in schools and is a member of the executive of the Girl Guides Association.

Miss Lavern Glave

Lavern Glave joined SBB team in 2015. She is an invaluable member of the both the firm’s estate and litigation departments. During her tenure at the Norman Manley Law School she distinguished herself by maintaining a high standard of work which yielded a place on the Principal’s Roll of Honour. She was also the recipient of the Chairman’s Prize which was awarded to the students with the best performance in the Law of Evidence and Forensic Medicine, Remedies and Civil Practice and Procedure II. She has also distinguished herself as the top student in Probate Practice and Procedure by being awarded The Arthur Scholefield Memorial Prize and The Beresford Hay Prize. Miss Glave is a highly driven and passionate individual who demonstrates a strong commitment to excellence.

Miss Lavern Glave

Lavern Glave joined SBB team in 2015. She is an invaluable member of the both the firm’s estate and litigation departments. During her tenure at the Norman Manley Law School she distinguished herself by maintaining a high standard of work which yielded a place on the Principal’s Roll of Honour. She was also the recipient of the Chairman’s Prize which was awarded to the students with the best performance in the Law of Evidence and Forensic Medicine, Remedies and Civil Practice and Procedure II. She has also distinguished herself as the top student in Probate Practice and Procedure by being awarded The Arthur Scholefield Memorial Prize and The Beresford Hay Prize. Miss Glave is a highly driven and passionate individual who demonstrates a strong commitment to excellence.

Miss Lavern Glave

Lavern Glave joined SBB team in 2015. She is an invaluable member of the both the firm’s estate and litigation departments. During her tenure at the Norman Manley Law School she distinguished herself by maintaining a high standard of work which yielded a place on the Principal’s Roll of Honour. She was also the recipient of the Chairman’s Prize which was awarded to the students with the best performance in the Law of Evidence and Forensic Medicine, Remedies and Civil Practice and Procedure II. She has also distinguished herself as the top student in Probate Practice and Procedure by being awarded The Arthur Scholefield Memorial Prize and The Beresford Hay Prize. Miss Glave is a highly driven and passionate individual who demonstrates a strong commitment to excellence.

Miss Renee Freemantle

Renee Freemantle was admitted to the Jamaican Bar in 2010. She is an Associate of the Firm in the Litigation Department where she has gained experience in various practice areas such as personal injury claim matters, negligence, judicial review, custody and guardianship applications. She maintains a high standard of work and professionalism which is characteristic of the firm. Throughout her academic tenure Renee displayed exemplary work ethic and a strong commitment to excellence.  She came to the firm with experience in government service and at the private bar, having served as an intern at both levels. In her spare time she lends her expertise to the Paralegal Training Institute where she lectures in Criminal Law, Family Law and the Law of Tort. Her passion for teaching and volunteerism has also been integral in the education of underprivileged youth in her community. Renee is also an avid sports fan and enjoys reading literature and writing fiction. She is a Senior Associate of Scott, Bhoorasingh & Bonnick.

Miss Renee Freemantle

Renee Freemantle was admitted to the Jamaican Bar in 2010. She is an Associate of the Firm in the Litigation Department where she has gained experience in various practice areas such as personal injury claim matters, negligence, judicial review, custody and guardianship applications. She maintains a high standard of work and professionalism which is characteristic of the firm. Throughout her academic tenure Renee displayed exemplary work ethic and a strong commitment to excellence.  She came to the firm with experience in government service and at the private bar, having served as an intern at both levels. In her spare time she lends her expertise to the Paralegal Training Institute where she lectures in Criminal Law, Family Law and the Law of Tort. Her passion for teaching and volunteerism has also been integral in the education of underprivileged youth in her community. Renee is also an avid sports fan and enjoys reading literature and writing fiction. She is a Senior Associate of Scott, Bhoorasingh & Bonnick.

Miss Renee Freemantle

Renee Freemantle was admitted to the Jamaican Bar in 2010. She is an Associate of the Firm in the Litigation Department where she has gained experience in various practice areas such as personal injury claim matters, negligence, judicial review, custody and guardianship applications. She maintains a high standard of work and professionalism which is characteristic of the firm. Throughout her academic tenure Renee displayed exemplary work ethic and a strong commitment to excellence.  She came to the firm with experience in government service and at the private bar, having served as an intern at both levels. In her spare time she lends her expertise to the Paralegal Training Institute where she lectures in Criminal Law, Family Law and the Law of Tort. Her passion for teaching and volunteerism has also been integral in the education of underprivileged youth in her community. Renee is also an avid sports fan and enjoys reading literature and writing fiction. She is a Senior Associate of Scott, Bhoorasingh & Bonnick.