Deniece Alleyne

Deniece Alleyne is a partner and co–founder of HazelAlleyne Law Office.

She obtained an LL.B with a minor in Forensic Science from Staffordshire University in the United Kingdom in 2005 and the Legal Education Certificate from Norman Manley Law School in Jamaica in 2013.

Her award winning essay Is It Necessary to Abridge Individual Human Rights in the Fight Against Crime? was published in the distinguished West Indian Law Journal, making her one of the very few students who have enjoyed that honour. She was also awarded the Gifford Thompson & Bright Prize for exceptional interest in and dedication to the protection of human rights.

She was called to the Bar of the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court; St. Christopher & Nevis Circuits, in November 2013.

She is passionate about civic engagement and currently serves as a member of the Board of Directors of the Development Bank of St. Kitts and Nevis and is a member of the St. Christopher National Trust. She has also served on the UNESCO Slave Route Committee and the executive committee of Alliance Française of St. Kitts and Nevis.

She participated in the Caribbean Governance Training Institute where she obtained the designation of Chartered Director.

Her practice is general in nature and includes real estate and property law, company formation, estate planning and probate, family and criminal law. She has appeared as counsel in the Magistrates Court and Supreme Court.