Testimonials

What people say about me

  • Professor J. A. L. Sterling – Professorial Fellow, Queen Mary & Westfield, Visiting Professor Kings College, Univeristy of London, Barrister

    “ … A high degree of analytical and critical capacity in her legal research – a high assessment of movitation, commitment, intellectual qualities, self disciplined, oral and written skills, a person of the highest integrity…”

    Professor J. A. L. Sterling – Professorial Fellow, Queen Mary & Westfield, Visiting Professor Kings College, Univeristy of London, Barrister
  • JideLamlehim, Barrister

    “I had the opportunity and privilege of observing how Ms Pryce prepared cases for trial. I am able to confirm that her grasp of the law is untouchable.”

    JideLamlehim, Barrister
  • RazakAtunwa, Barrister

    “It is no exaggeration to say that Delma is highly motivated, extremely hardworking and full of practical ideas. She has independence of mind and clarity of thought. She pursues her goals and objectives with unyielding enthusiam and marked determination.”

    “It was commonplace for her to represent the Society of Black Lawyers either in negotiations with other bodies or in an ambassadorial capacity.”

    RazakAtunwa, Barrister
  • Rosemary Emodi, Barrister

    “She harbours an inner strength which has won the admiration and respect of both her legal opponents and supporters”

    Rosemary Emodi, Barrister
  • A Tinjani, LLB

    “Delma displayed a trait rarely exhibited in public speaking these day’s one of being able to reduce complex legislation into layman’s terms, humour the audience whilst stimultaneously conveying a potent message”

    A Tinjani, LLB
  • Rosemary Emodi, Barrister

    “Ms Pryce possesses qualities rarely to be found in one person. Her most unique gift is her ability to display an innate indepedence of mind and reasoning.”

    Rosemary Emodi, Barrister
  • John Murray-Smith

    “I first met Delma Pryce as a London music publisher in 2003 where we both became very quickly aware that we were fighting the same battle, but on different fronts. Delma and I joined forces in the fight for the rights of the reggae artists with Delma spearheading that charge from Jamaica.

    Over the following six years our efforts resulted in the return of 2.3 million Euros to those rights holders. Over the time that I have known Delma and had the honour of calling her my close friend, she has always shown an exceptional empathy with people with a clear understanding of how life works. This rare combination, coupled to a powerful intellect is an exception in this world and her insights are a treasure. Balanced, understanding, incite full, perceptive and above all warm, she sheds a glowing light over all those around her.”

    John Murray-Smith

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