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E. Andrew Marshalleck Jr.

E. Andrew Marshalleck Jr. was born in Kingston, Jamaica on 23rd July, 1969, to Belizean parents Edmund Andrew Marshalleck Sr. and Felicia Marshalleck nee Escalante. He attended Belmopan Infant, Belmopan Junior and Belmopan Comprehensive Schools having grown up and lived in Belmopan from its inception in 1970 through 1985. He then attended St John’s College in Belize City where he secured an Associate Degree in Arts and Science on 31st May, 1987, majoring in Mathematics and Economics. He furthered his tertiary education by attending Regis College in Denver Colorado on a Natural Science Scholarship and secured a Bachelor of Science Degree in Mathematics and Economics on the 25th August, 1989.

He then returned to Belize City and worked as a Research Officer of the Central Bank of Belize aggregating and analyzing monetary statistics until September, 1990, when he secured a Professional and Technical Scholarship and enrolled at the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill campus to study law. He completed his Bachelor of Laws degree from the University of the West Indies on 1st July, 1993. He then attended the Norman Manley Law School in Jamaica and secured a Legal Education Certificate on 1st September, 1995. He was honoured by the Norman Manley Law School with the H.H Dunn Memorial Prize for his performance in Statutory Interpretation and Legislative Drafting and with the Chairman’s Prize on graduation. He was immediately thereafter called to the bar in Belize and took up a position as an associate at the law firm of Barrow & Co. working with Senior Counsel Denys Barrow. He became managing partner of the firm when Denys Barrow SC took up judicial office first in the Organization of Eastern Caribbean States and later as a judge of the Caribbean Court of Justice. He was elevated to the rank of Senior Counsel on 18th December, 2009, by Chief Justice Abdulai Conteh. He continues as a managing partner of Barrow & Co. LLP to date. He is married to Jacqueline Marshalleck SC and has three children, Anya, Adrian and Alana and enjoys playing basketball, boating, sport fishing.