Justine A. Collins
- Banking, Capital Markets and other Financial Services
- Company Law, Corporate Reorganisation and Restructuring
- Conveyancing, Resort Development and Real Estate Development
- Environmental Law and Compliance
- Commercial, Business and Trade Law
- Insolvency and Bankruptcy
- Maritime, Shipping and Aviation Law
- Mergers & Acquisitions, Privatization and Joint Ventures
- Mining and Energy Law
- Sports, Media and Entertainment Law
- Tel: (876) 929-9677-8
- Fax: (876) 929-5755
Ms. Collins was called to the Bar in Jamaica in 2016, after having completed her studies at the Norman Manley Law School. She received a Bachelor of Laws degree (LLB) with honours from the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus, Barbados.
Justine is also the holder of a Master of Laws (LLM) in Commercial and Corporate Law with Distinction from Queen Mary, University of London. As a Research Assistant at Queen Mary, she conducted research into applications of Blockchain technology beyond Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. She has an avid interest in technology law, with a research focus on blockchain applications, computer law, financial technology (Fintech) and E-commerce law. Justine also has a certificate in Fintech Law and Policy from Duke University and a certificate in Fintech from the Saïd Business School at the University of Oxford.
Justine is a member of the Caribbean Blockchain Alliance; the Jamaican Chapter of the Internet Society, the Computer Society of Jamaica and the Commonwealth Lawyers Association.
Justine has published articles for the International Journal of Law and Information Technology; the Social Science Research Network (ssrn.com); and the Jambar Journal. She has presented at the Commonwealth Lawyers Association in Livingstone Zambia; the Organisation of Commonwealth Caribbean Organisations (OCCBA) Conference in Florida, USA; 14th Annual Regional Investments & Capital Markets Conference of the Jamaica Stock Exchange; Annual Conference of the Jamaican Bar Association; the 2nd Annual Conference of the Barbados Bar Association; the 4th Annual Mona Law Symposium at the University of the West Indies; the Jamaica Stock Exchange e-Campus and EU GDPR Institute Data Protection Workshop and seminars of the General Legal Council of Jamaica.
In addition, Justine has presented submissions on the Data Protection Bill to the Joint Select Committee of Parliament.
Justine is presently Co-Chair of the Publications Committee of the Jamaican Bar Association and is a member of the Telecommunications, Broadcasting and Technology Sub-Committee and the Commercial Law Sub-Committee of Jamaican Bar Association.