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Mrs. Jacqueline Marshalleck

Chief Legal Officer

Mrs. Jacqueline Marshalleck

Chief Legal Officer

Mrs. Marshalleck is responsible for leading the team that provides the Bank with general advice, leadership and direction on legal and compliance matters. She is charged with guiding the Bank’s legal strategy in its drive towards growth and expansion. Her role also includes the effective management of relationships with external counsel on behalf of The Belize Bank.

Prior to Joining The Belize Bank in 2008 Mrs. Marshalleck practiced law in The Commonwealth of The Bahamas at the law firm of McKinney, Turner & Co. primarily in the areas of litigation, civil law, commercial law and labour law. In 1999 she moved to Belize and joined the law offices of Young’s Law Firm, where she practiced until 2002. Thereafter she practiced as a sole practitioner.

In 2009 Mrs. Marshalleck was appointed Chancellor of the Anglican Church in the Diocese of Belize. Since 2006 she has held the post of Honorary Consul of the Commonwealth of the Bahamas in Belize.

Mrs. Marshalleck is an active member of The Bar Association of Belize and served as its President from 2007 -2009. In November of 2013, she was appointed as a Commissioner to serve a three-year term on the Regional Judicial and Legal Services Commission, which was established pursuant to Article V(1) of the Agreement Establishing the Caribbean Court of Justice executed by the Heads of Government of the Caribbean Community on the 14th day of February 2001.

Mrs. Marshalleck attended the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus, Barbados, where she obtained an LL.B. Degree (Hons). In 1995 she completed her legal training at the Norman Manley Law School in Jamaica and was awarded the H.H. Dunn Memorial Prize for outstanding performance in legal drafting and statutory interpretation. She was admitted to practice law in the Commonwealth of The Bahamas in 1995 and to practice law in Belize in 1999.

In January of 2014 Mrs. Marshalleck was elevated to the rank of Senior Counsel by the Hon. Kenneth Benjamin, Chief Justice of Belize.