Luckhoo legal clan expands with 4th generation lawyer



DSC_4078[] – Eleanor Delores Maria Luckhoo was yesterday admitted to the Bar after her petition was heard before Acting Chief Justice Ian Chang.

Ms Luckhoo will take up her practice in her father’s (Edward Luckhoo) firm, Luckhoo and Luckhoo; one of the oldest legal firms in Guyana.

Her petition was presented by Senior Counsel Robin Stoby. 

Ms Luckhoo attended Queens’s College where she obtained nine subjects, all with Grade One passes.

She then went on to the Caribbean Advance Proficiency Examination (CAPE) where she excelled with a Grade One in Chemistry. She followed in this area when she attended Miami University and read for a degree in Chemistry between 2002 and 2006.

In 2010, she returned to Guyana, she switched career by enrolling into the University of Guyana where she read for her LLB.

In 2013, she attended the Hugh Wooding Law School where she earned a Certificate of Achievement.

Speaking with a media house, Luckhoo said she had always had an interest in the science field, but later found that she would prefer to spend the rest of her life in the legal field; an area that most of her family members have treaded. She recalled the sleepless nights and the days away from home, but reckoned that it all paid off in the end.

Her father Senior Counsel Edward Luckhoo also told the media house he could not have been more proud of his daughter, who has always had an organised approach to everything she did.



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