Jacqueline H. Banona-Adderley
Areas of Practice:
- Commercial & Civil Litigation
- Human Rights & Constitutional Law
- Judicial Review
Jacqueline Banona-Adderley joined Callenders in 2009.
It was not long before her problem solving skills, remarkable attention to detail, commitment and dedication earned her a well-deserved partnership with the firm.
Born and educated in Uganda, Mrs. Banona-Adderley migrated to The Bahamas and it is here that she has had the unique opportunity of practicing and developing her craft as a seasoned legal practitioner.
Asked about her approach in litigation, Mrs. Banona-Adderley says that, “There are no ‘simple’ cases in my book and I never underestimate the opposition. Hence, I always dig deep in each and every matter to ensure an ironclad case for the client”.
Mrs. Banona-Adderley is a qualified attorney-at-law having obtained her Bachelor of Laws Degree in October 2001 at Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda and thereafter, her Diploma in Legal Practice (Post Graduate Bar Course) at the Law Development Centre, Kampala, Uganda in May, 2005.
On October 3, 2005, Mrs. Banona-Adderley was formally admitted and enrolled to practice in the High Court of Uganda and all the subordinate courts thereto.
Mrs. Banona-Adderley is registered by the Supreme Court of The Commonwealth of The Bahamas to practice law in The Bahamas as a Registered Associate.