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Deborah Thomas-Felix quits public life
By COREY CONNELLY Wednesday, June 23 2010
AFTER serving for almost two decades in public life, former Industrial Court judge Deborah Thomas-Felix has decided to return to private practice. Thomas-Felix, who is currently pursuing an executive MBA at the Arthur Lok Jack School of Business, said she would establish a legal consultancy firm at Uptown Mall on Edward Street in Port-of-Spain.
Thomas-Felix said her last working day at the Industrial Court will be September 11. “My new five-year contract (at the Court) was renewed last year, but I have decided to do other things,” she told Newsday.
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