Posted: Saturday, September 3, 2022. 8:46 am CST.
By Zoila Palma Gonzalez: San Ignacio resident, Marlon George Robinson has successfully earned a Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice.
Marlon’s love for Law began as he was growing up with his strict grandparents and his fear of corporal punishment both at home and at school.
This penchant for obedience and correction would later lead Marlon to join the Belize Police Department in 1998.
During his time in the Belize Police Department, Marlon excelled in anti-narcotics interdiction and attended anti-narcotics training conducted by Guatemala, Mexico, US Special Forces, and US Narcotics Affairs Section at the US Embassy in Belize and Guatemala.
After 7 years of serving his country, Marlon was given the opportunity to further his education at the University of Belize. In 2008, he graduated from the University of Belize with a Bachelor of Arts in English Degree with Honors.
He went on to further his education at the University of Guyana and in 2015, he earned a Bachelor of Laws Degree.
With his interest in law and furthering his education, he enrolled at the University of Fiji, and in 2018, he was awarded the Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice.
On August 17, 2022, Robinson attained the much coveted ‘Certificate’, by the Board of Legal Education.
Marlon says that he is proud to have lived and studied in the most peace-loving, unique, and beautiful country of Fiji.
He has expressed profound gratitude to God, his parents Guadalupe Robinson and Edward Robinson, his former wife Adma Robinson, and his 5 children, David, Mary, Sunita, Edward (Zahi), and Alex and his colleagues.
BBN joins in congratulating Robinson on his accomplishments.
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