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Michael del Valle – The First San Pedrano Lawyer

Knowledge is empowerment and empowerment leads to success and achievements.  So what is an achievement?  It is when you successfully completed something and you find success for your efforts. You may consider a job well done a true achievement or a course of studies timely completed.  Such is the case of Michael del Valle who has successfully completed his studies in law and is today’s youngest Attorney-at-Law and San Pedro’s first graduate lawyer.  

After completing his studies at LIFE, Lydia’s Institute of Fine Education, Michael attended San Pedro High where he graduated as an honor student. It is there where his Interest in law commenced so he went on to the University of the West Indies open Campus in Belize where he was awarded an Associate degree of Paralegal studies in July 2012.  Michael traveled to reside in Barbados where he earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Law in July 2015.  The last step in his educational journey was at Norman Manley Law School in Jamaica where he earned his Certificate in Legal Education in 2017.  

Michael del Valle was admitted to the Bar Association of Belize on January 11, 2018 after having complied with the statutory requirements of the Legal Counsel.  He is now qualified to practice as an Attorney-at-Law in Belize.

Ambergris Today spoke to Mr. Del Valle to congratulate him and to get his reactions.  He is overwhelmed with joy and explained that the course is intense but not difficult, yet it requires a lot of dedication and hard work.  Michael explained that his personal area of interest in the field of law is civil litigation and the preparation and vetting of legal documents.  Congratulations to San Pedro’s first Attorney-at-Law!

Michael del Valle – The First San Pedrano Lawyer

Michael Del Valle with Proud Parents Shelley and Manuel Del Valle

Michael del Valle – The First San Pedrano Lawyer

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