Dana Saroop Seetahal, SC is an independent senator in the Trinidad and Tobago Senate. She is a private practice attorney and formerly a lecturer at Hugh Wooding Law School, Trinidad and Tobago, where she serves as Course Director of Criminal Practice and Procedure.
Politicians and lawyers of the Independent Party and members of the Senate of Trinidad and Tobago. Also a legal writer, she has published "The Effects of Urbanization and Industrialization on Crime: The Caribbean Commonwealth in the 1990s" and numerous other articles.
She graduated in the 1970s from West Indian University and Hugh Wooding Law School.
After taking criminology courses at both the University of Minnesota and Florida State University, she became a professor of criminal law at Hugh Wooding Law School.
She and her ten siblings are the children of Sarjudeya and Latchman Seetahal.
Like her political contemporaries, the Colombian Senator Luis Carlos Galan, she was assassinated. She was killed in Port of Spain, Trinidad, at the age of 58.
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Latest information about Dana Seetahal updated on May 10 2021.