Harold Malcolm


Mr. Harold Bruce Malcolm is an attorney at law, having graduated from the University of the West Indies with First Class Honours in Law in 2006.  Mr. Malcolm also holds both a Bachelor and Masters degree in English from the University of the West Indies and Clark University, USA, respectively. Currently, he is a Lecturer of Administrative Law, Public International Law and Human Rights Law at the University of Technology, Jamaica as well as the Programme Director for the Faculty.

Mr. Malcolm is also a Justice of the Peace for the parish of Kingston, a Certified International Taxation Analyst and a member of the American Academy of Financial Management. He also sits on a school board and is a former Director of Jamaicans for Justice.

In 2009 he was awarded the British Chevening Scholar from the British Foreign and Commonwealth Office and attended the London School of Economics and Political Science where he pursued a Masters of Law degree with a specialization in Human Rights Law. He is also the recipient of various scholarships and awards including the Tastee Law Scholarship, the Sir Alexander Bustamante Scholarship and the Joy and Anthony Bland Bursary.

Additionally, Mr. Malcolm has written numerous articles for the local newspapers and Human Rights Journal. He currently serves as the Human Rights Consultant on the British Council Rights Awareness Programme (RAP).