Two To'abaita lawyers admitted by Solomon Chief Justice
Lily Ramo who hails from Loina Village and Daniel Damilea, from Manakwai Village, were admitted with other young Solomon lawyers such as Makario Tagini, Alice Willy, Allan Tinoni, and Richard Kozanecki.
Ms Lily Ramo and Mr Daniel Damilea are both graduates from the University of the South Pacific. Ms Ramo is now working for Bridge Lawyers whilst Mr Damilea at the Government House.
Sir Albert congratulated the lawyers advising them that they are expected to face new challenges in their career.
“Maintain your objectivity no matter what, and make the people of Solomon Islands aware of their laws in order for them to abide by them,” he said.
Chief Justice Palmer added that it is time for new lawyers to come onboard and put into practice what they have learnt during their university days, applying them in their day to day activities. “Law is always very interesting but remember you are ambassadors of this country so you must be aware of the significance of the role you play,” Sir Albert said. He encouraged the lawyers and urged them to work towards their true identity.