Knijah A Knowles
is a senior associate at McKinney, Bancroft & Hughes and practises primarily in the firm’s litigation and dispute resolution, banking and finance, and trusts and private client practice groups. Knijah is a former judicial clerk to the president and justices of the Court of Appeal of The Bahamas and has acted as legal officer to the president of the Caribbean Court of Justice. Knijah has a keen interest in public interest litigation, particularly matters which explore the intersection between gender rights and the law. She has published on both topics in the University of the West Indies Cave Hill and West Indian Law Journals. Knijah was called to the Bar of The Bahamas in 2012.
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