Raynard was admitted to The Bahamas Bar on the 1st September, 1995 and the Bar of the Turks and Caicos Islands on the 24th June, 1999. He is a member of Grays Inn, London, England.
He holds a B.A. in History (1991) from the University of Western Ontario, Ontario Canada and a LL.B (Honours) degree from the University of Leeds, Leeds, United Kingdom (1994).
After his call to the Bahamas Bar he served in the capacity of an Associate in the Litigation Department of the Chambers of McKinney, Bancroft and Hughes.
Raynard is also a former lecturer at the College of The Bahamas in the disciplines of History and Banking Law. He also has a wide resume in community involvement in The Bahamas, having served as the Chairman of one of the leading political parties and a former director of several government boards and community-based organizations.
Raynard frequently appears before the Privy Council, COURT OF APPEAL and the SUPREME COURT, and has been involved in numerous cases of public importance. A review of the Firm’s “Latest News” highlights some of the cases that he has argued before the Court.
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