Senator the Honourable Anand Ramlogan SC
Mr. Anand Ramlogan was appointed a Senator and Attorney General on Wednesday May 26, 2010, becoming the youngest person (age 37) ever to hold the office of Attorney-General in The Republic of Trinidad and Tobago.
Mr. Ramlogan hails from the rustic village of Ben-Lomond, in Williamsville. He attended the Reform Presbyterian School thereafter pursuing his secondary education at ASJA Boys College and Pleasantville Senior Comprehensive. He pursued his Bachelor of Laws degree at the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill campus in Barbados where he topped the Law Faculty and won several prizes for outstanding academic performance.
Mr. Ramlogan was awarded several post-graduate scholarships and read for his LLM in corporate and commercial law at the prestigious Centre for Commercial Law studies, Queen Mary & Westfield College; University of London. He also simultaneously pursued a post-graduate diploma in Law at the University of Westminster. His post-graduate studies were pursued courtesy the British Chevening Scholarship and the British Foreign Office Scholarship programme.
Mr. Ramlogan returned to Trinidad and Tobago and started a private practice under the tutelage of Mrs. Lynnette Maraj, SC and subsequently Sir Fenton Ramsahoy, QC. At age 22, he was one of the youngest barristers from the Commonwealth to address Her Majesty’s Judicial Committee of the Privy Council.
Mr. Ramlogan has a distinguished record in public service and has served on many committees and statutory bodies such as the Law Reform Committee, the Civil Aviation Authority, the Commission of Enquiry into the Administration of Justice and the Vision 2020 plan for Constitutional Reform.