Dia Forrester is the new Solicitor General for Grenada.
Ms. Forrester’s appointment was announced by government on Wednesday, although it took effect from Monday April 8.
As Solicitor General, Ms. Forrester is responsible for the conduct of civil litigation involving the state, any department, ministry or agency of the state and the supervision of Senior Crown Counsel and Crown Counsel in the Attorney General’s chambers.
Forrester appointment comes 8 months after the resignation of Dwight Horsford, who has since taken up the post of Attorney General in Anguilla.
A statement from government says Ms. Forrester has 11 years of experience as an attorney-at-law, having worked in Grenada, St. Kitts and Nevis and Anguilla.
Her areas of practice include banking and finance law, commercial and civil litigation, taxation, insolvency and intellectual property law.