JAMELA A. ALI

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Ms. Jamela A. Ali, Attorney at Law, has written Articles on Administrative Law, Duty to Give Reasons, Constitutional Reform in Guyana, Legislative Drafting, Law Revision, Legal Practitioners Committee (LPC), Adoption, Delegated Legislation, Mediation and ADR. and other legal matters. Her writings have been published in the New Guyana Bar Review, the Caribbean Law Review, Guyana Chronicle, Stabroek News newspapers, the Al Bayan and on websites.

List of Articles/ Writings

Review of the Business Processes and Workflows for Business Start Up in Guyana for Ministry of Tourism, Industry and Commerce (World Bank) 2014 

WEBSITE for MIG 2012 - arranged contents of webpages and approved design

Wrote Financial Sustainability Work Plan, Expenses & Revenue worksheet and Work Plan Report for MIG 2012

Reviewed and contributed to the Strategic Plan for the Mediation Institute of Guyana Inc. - 2010

Reviewed and drafted several provisions of the Consumer Protection Bill for Ministry of Tourism, Industry and Commerce (IDB) -2010      

LL.M. RESEARCH PAPER BY JAMELA A. ALI

THE ROLE OF PARLIAMENTARY COUNSEL AND LEGISLATIVE DRAFTING IN GUYANA: A Critique 1997.

 

ARTICLES BY JAMELA A. ALI

DUTY TO GIVE REASONS: THE WAY FORWARD Administrative Law, written in 1998 and updated in 2008 - The New Guyana Bar Review Volume 2 Issue 1: May 2008 (The Guyana Bar Association publication).

AN INTRODUCTION TO MEDIATION and the benefits of Mediation, 2007.The New Guyana Bar Review Volume 2 Issue 1: May 2008. (The Guyana Bar Association publication).

GUYANA - A REVIEW OF THE CONSTITUTIONAL REFORM PROCESS Caribbean Law Review  - University of the West Indies (UWI), Cave Hill, Barbados publication, 2003.

The Internet and the Law Online 1999 when the internet was in its fledging stage in Guyana.

DELEGATED LEGISLATION  Administrative Law, Cave Hill, University of the West Indies, Barbados, 1997.

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Ms Jamela A Ali, LLM is an Attorney at Law and Legal Practitioner in Guyana for 26 years.

Ms Jamela A Ali provides legal services in Mining Law & Agreements, Conveyancing, Property matters, Trademarks, Adoption of Children, Divorces, Probates of Wills and Administration, Money Claims, Formation of Companies, Mediation, Real Estate, and Notarial services.

Ms Jamela A Ali made special studies in Legislative Drafting and obtained a Masters of Law degree from UWI, Barbados, which included the Public Law courses of Constitutional and Administrative Law and a Research Paper written on Legislative Drafting, Parliamentary Counsel, Statute Law Revision, Consolidation of Laws, Law Reform, Constitution, Natural Justice, and Good Administration.

Ms Jamela A. Ali is also a Trademark Agent, a Notary Public and a Trained Mediator providing service in the administration of justice for settlement of disputes.

For further information, here are the contact details:

Contact person:     Ms. Jamela A Ali, LLB (Hons)(UWI), LEC, LLM (Legislative Drafting)(UWI)

Office Address:     Lot 1 Croal Street, Stabroek, Georgetown
                           Guyana, South America

Telephone number:+592 225 4712  

Emails:                 jamelalawyer11@yahoo.com

                           jamelaali@gmail.com

Website:               www.GuyaneseLawyer.com

 


 

 

 

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