Clive Pegus Sworn in as Member of the Public Service Commission

Mr Clive Eric Morgan Pegus is a retired Legal Consultant, Attorney at Law and a former Foreign Service Officer.

Having graduated from the University of the West Indies with a B.Sc. in International Relations, he went on the obtain a Certificate In Management of the Exclusive Economic Zone from the International Ocean Institute at Halifax University.

Mr Pegus extended his academic pursuits to obtain a Bachelor of Laws Degree for London University and a Certificate in International Law (Private and Public), from the Hague Institute of International Law.  He was subsequently called to the Bar at Lincoln’s Inn, United Kingdom.  He further went on to attain his Masters of Law, specialising in Corporate and Commercial Law from the University of London.

Mr Pegus’s professional career has seen him working throughout the Caribbean as well as, Bermuda, Cost Rica, Mexico, Panama, the United Kingdom and Venezuela, thereby allowing him to gain vast global experience.

He was employed as the General Secretary, University of Affiliated Workers, then as a Research Officer with the CARICOM Secretariat.  Mr Pegus went on to become a Foreign Service Officer in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs as the Secretary to the Negotiating Committee for the Fisheries Agreement with Barbados and Venezuela and Desk Officer for External Fisheries Policy.

He was Counsellor, Trinidad and Tobago High Commission, London and Legal Adviser, Trade and Industry Division, Tourism and Industrial Development Company of Trinidad and Tobago.  Additionally he was Corporate Counsel for TIDCO and Attorney-at-Law at Carlisle Chambers.

Labour Law, International Maritime Law, Intellectual Property Law and Governance and Public Policy.