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Mr. Barry Carrington
Chief Legal Officer
Legal & Regulatory Unit
Division of Energy and Telecommunications
Office of the Prime Minister
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Mr. Barry L. Carrington is the holder of a Masters Degree, with distinction, in International Trade Law (LLM), awarded by the University of Essex, United Kingdom in 2001. He is also the holder of a Bachelor of Law Degree (LLB) conferred by the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus, in 1991 and the Legal Education Certificate (LEC) awarded by the Hugh Wooding Law School, Trinidad and Tobago in 1993.

He has been a public officer for thirty (30) years, starting his career in the Royal Barbados Police Force and later in the Attorney General’s Chambers where he spent six (6) years in the Civil and Litigation section of the Solicitor General’s Chambers. Prior to taking up the post as Chief Legal Officer in the Energy Division, Mr. Carrington was Barbados’ Public Counsel, representing the interests of consumers in utility matters as well as general consumer protection issues.


Energy Tip!

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