Supreme Court names new Registrar General

By Anita Nembhard
Freelance Reporter

Trienia Marie Young, the former Head of the Police Prosecution Branch has been sworn in as the new Registrar of the Supreme Court and the Registrar General of Belize.

Young reported in on Thursday, November 17th, for her first day on the job.
She succeeds former Registrar, Velda Flowers and will oversee the Supreme Court, Vital Statistics Department, BELIPO and Belize Company Registry in her new role.

Young is a former graduate of Saint Joseph Primary School. She later studied at Pallotti High School and began her career in law when she entered the UWI – Mona Campus in Jamaica in 2003. She graduated in 2006 and later entered the Norman Manley Law School, where she graduated in 2008.

Young returned home that year and joined the Director of Public Prosecutor’s Office, (DPP) as a crown counsel until 2012.
Between 2013 to 2016, she was employed at the Attorney General’s Ministry – Solicitor General Chambers as a Senior Crown Counsel.
In December 2016, she became the head of the Belize Police Prosecution Branch and held the post there until Wednesday, November 15, 2017.
Trienia Marie Young, 37, is the eldest daughter of Stephanie Gongora (mother) and Clive Hyde (father) and has two children of her own.

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