Michelle St.Ange-Ebrahim, a young Seychelles Attorney-At-Law is now a Notary in Seychelles.
The young and vibrant St.Ange-Ebrahim was this week sworn in as a Notary by the Seychelles Chief Justice, Ronny Govinden.
Michelle St.Ange-Ebrahim is the latest young Attorney-At-Law of the Seychelles to also qualify as Notary after the required years of practice as a lawyer.
She studied law and psychological science in Queensland in Australia and passed her Bar in Seychelles.
She worked for the Attorney General before joining the Chambers of Kieran B. Shah in Victoria where she completed her pupillage before joining the Chief Justice Chamber as a legal researcher.
Michelle St.Ange-Ebrahim is married to Ameer Ebrahim, a Marine Biologist and together they have a young son Adam.