There are no formal entry requirements to join this programme.
Roselyn Borg Knight
Roselyn has been practising law for the past 14 years. She graduated as a lawyer in 2002 and
practised employment law with the Malta Employers’ Association until 2006, when she moved
to the UK where she then set up her own boutique law firm, specialising in employment law.
She concentrated primarily on disputes concerning employment matters and represented both
employers and employees in Industrial Tribunal cases.
Roselyn returned to Malta in 2011 and set up Twenty-one Law.
Paul is a lawyer specialising in Labour Law, Data Protection and TMT Law. After graduating with a Bachelor of Laws, Diploma of Notary Public and Doctor of Laws at the University of Malta in 2006, he earned his Master of Laws (LLM) in the subject grouping ‘Computer and Communications Law’ at Queen Mary and Westfield College, University of London.
Ron Galea Cavallazzi
Ron is actively involved in Public Procurement, Aviation law, Employment and Industrial Relations, Information Technology, Energy and General Commercial law.
Ron's experience in the field of Public Procurement includes advice to local government entities and other contracting entities locally as well as international companies. He has handled a number of major procurement procedures. These include: Malta’s international airport, oil exploration and extraction projects, projects for the procurement of energy from a renewable source, the construction of a power generation plant and the procurement of an HVAC submarine interconnector cable.
Reuben received his education at St Aloysius College and graduated in law from the University of Malta in 1993. He was admitted to the Bar in 1994 and has been a member of the Bar ever since. In 1998 he was elected to the Board of the Chamber of Advocates and was appointed its President in 2011, a position he held until March 2015, the maximum period allowed by the Chamber's statute. He is also the head of the Maltese delegation at the Council of Bars and Law Societies of Europe (CCBE). He is also a member of the International Bar Association.
He has served as a Director on the Board of the Malta Communications Authority, the national regulator responsible for electronic communications, electronic commerce and the postal sector, between 2001 and 2009. Between 2009 and 2011, he held the post of Chairman of the Malta Resources Authority which is the national regulator for energy, water and resources and is also responsible for oil exploration and climate change.
Donald regularly advises and assists clients in Maltese corporate law and tax aspects in a wide range of transactions. He provides advice in a number of other areas including trusts, foundations and corporate finance.
Donald advises a number of clients from various industry sectors including financial institutions, private equity and hedge fund promoters and managers as well as high net worth individuals.
He regularly acts as an examiner at the University of Malta and is a speaker at a number of seminars and conferences.
Julienne deals with a multitude of sectors in regulatory matters, property litigation, planning and environmental, hearings and disputes in court. She has been involved in transactional, advisory and contentious work dealing with family law, commercial contracts, company law and competition law and also regularly assists in employment related matters. Julienne is also a member of the Maltese Bar, the Chamber of Advocates and the Scottish Law Society.
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