Chantal Bennett is an Attorney-at-Law who practices civil and
commercial litigation at the law firm DunnCox. Previously she worked
in the public sector as a Corporate Secretary, Senior Director of the
legal unit for the regulator of special economic zones and at the
Attorney-General’s Chambers, in its International Affairs division.
Prior to practicing law in Jamaica, Chantal received legal training at
the international law firm McDermott, Will and Emery and at the
International Tribunal for the Law of Sea.
Her education includes a Bachelor of Science in International Relations, Bachelor of Laws and a Certificate of Legal Education. She is currently pursuing a Master of Law and tutors’ students at the University of the West Indies. Through Chantal’s professional and educational experience, she has developed knowledge in corporate governance, special economic zones, international law and commercial law. Whilst at the Norman Law School Chantal participated in Frankfurt Investment Arbitration and Philip C. Jessup International Law mooting competitions and was awarded several prizes and scholarships for academic achievements and extra- curricular activities. She is a Director of the Kiwanis Young Professionals Jamaica, Kingston and a Commissioner of the Jamaica Debates Commission. In her spare time, she enjoys travelling and charity work.