Profile for Dr. Shelton M. Jolicoeur

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(LLB(Hons), LLM, LLD)
Dr. Jolicoeur attended the University of East London in the UK where he obtained his Batchelor of Laws degree (LLB Hons) 1985 and the University of Warwick, UK where he obtained a masters degree in Law (LLM) 1986. In 1987 he pursued the vocational course for the Bar Finals at the Holborn Law Tutors in London. Dr Jolicoeur has occupied several key posts in government and has been extremely active in the academic front, writing many papers, which culminated with his Doctor of Laws Thesis “An examination of the Legal Forms, Legal Status and the Managerial Mechanism of Public Enterprises in Developing Countries”. He is an Associate Fellow of the Society for Advanced Legal Studies (UK).

Dr. Jolicoeur is a prominent International Legal Practitioner based in Seychelles with wide experience in the practice areas of this Firm. He is also the legal consultant to International Law & Corporate Services Ltd and Trust & Fiduciary Services Ltd both being Corporate and International Trust Service Providers in Seychelles. He is a regular contributor to the Doing Business in Seychelles.

Biography: Author “Know Your Legal Rights, The Law and You” and “A guide to the International Business Companies Act 1994”.
He has written numerous articles on law.
Languages: English, French, Creole.
Professional Affiliations & Associations: Member: Seychelles Bar Association
Member: International Bar Association
Member: International Union of Notaries
Member: American Bar Association (Business Law Section)
Member: The Law Society of England & Wales (International Division)
Member: Commonwealth Law Association
Member: Institute of Directors (UK)
Member: Institute of Trade Mark Attorneys (UK)
Member: International Tax Planning Association
Member: Notary’s Talk of England and Wales (NEW)




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