Delroy Duncan named to head Bar Association
Lawyer Delroy Duncan has been appointed President of the Bermuda Bar Association.
Mr Duncan, managing partner of Trott and Duncan, was voted in at the Associationís AGM on Wednesday.
He takes over from Appleby partner Kiernan Bell who served the maximum two years in office.
Justin Williams of Williams Barristers and Attorneys was elected Vice President, replacing Mr Duncan.
Harry Kessaram of Conyers Dill and Pearman was elected Honorary Secretary, replacing Mr Williams.
The members of the Bar Association also elected six members of the Bar Council. They are Karen Williams-Smith, Richard Horseman, Christian Luthi, Barclay Simmons, Elizabeth Christopher and Alison Dyer-Fagundo.
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