Crystal Braveboy-Chetram has captured 9 awards at the culmination 2016/2017 academic year at the Sir Hugh Wooding Law School in Trinidad & Tobago.
Her most prized award is from the Council of Legal Education for most outstanding year 1 student, having excelled from among over 200 of her peers from throughout the region. Her other awards include:
- The Peterson, Lambert, Peterson & Co Award: Best Performer in Evidence & Forensic Medicine
- The Phelps & Co Award: Best Performer in Civil Procedure and Practice 1
- The Book Specialist Award: First Outstanding Year 1 Student
- The Justice Anthony Lucky and Justice Gillian Lucky Award: Best performance in Evidence & Forensic Medicine
- The Oswald J Wilson Memorial Award: Best performance in Landlord and Tenant (shared)
- London House Chambers Kisson Award: Best performance in Legal Drafting and Interpretation (shared)
- M H Shah Memorial Award: Best Performance in Legal Drafting and Interpretation
- The Justice Alice Yorke-Soo Hon Award: Outstanding performance in Criminal Practice and Procedure.
Braveboy-Chetram graduated last October from the University of the West Indies, St. Augustine, where she achieved her Bachelor of Laws Degree (LLB). She was also the top performer during her 2nd year at The UWI. She then went on to graduate with First Class Honours and was also the valedictorian for the Faculties of Law and Engineering at her ceremony.
Braveboy-Chetram comes from Springs in the parish of Saint George, and was the recipient of an island scholarship from the Government of Grenada having been the top performer in her programme at the TA Marryshow Community College (TAMCC).
She has a deep passion for the area of family law and plans to return to Grenada upon completion in 2018, to serve her country.