Dr. Celia Brown-Blake

Dr. Celia Brown-Blake
Senior Lecturer
B.A. (UWI) LL.B. (UWI) LL.M. (Lond) M.A. (UWI) Ph.D. (UWI)
Professional Qualifications: 
Research Area: 
Financial Regulation, Insolvency Law, Language and the Law, Corporate Law
Courses taught or to be taught: 
Law and Legal Systems
Law of Contract
Law of Trusts
Law of Corporate Insolvency
Law of Corporate Management
Chapter in Books: 
C. Blake and Devonish, Hubert (1994) Developing technical vocabulary for Jamaican Creole. In Fodor, I. and Hagege, C. (eds) Language Reform: History and Future Vol VI, Hamburg: Helmut Buske Verlag, pp. 149-161.
C. Blake, (2012) ‘Judicial oversight of financial regulatory action in the Commonwealth Caribbean’, Common Law World Review 41: 354-359
C. Blake, (2009) ‘Lessons from a cross-border insolvency in the Caribbean’. Caribbean Law Review 19(1 & 2): 118 -139
C. Blake, (2008) ‘The right to linguistic non-discrimination and creole language situations: The case of Jamaica’. Journal of Pidgin and Creole Languages 23(1):32-73.
C. Blake and Chambers, Paul (2007) ‘The Jamaican Creole speaker in the UK criminal justice system’. International Journal of Speech Language and the Law 14(2):269-294.
C. Blake, (2007) ‘The role of law in language education policy’. Caribbean Journal of Education 29(2):383-400.
C. Blake, (2006) ‘Fair trial, language and the right to interpretation’. International Journal on Minority and Group Rights 13(4):391-412.