Cynthia was awarded her warrant to practice as an Advocate before the Courts of Malta in 2014. She completed the law course at the University of Malta in 2013, after duly submitting her thesis for which she carried out an extensive study in the sphere of civil law.
Cynthia has a deep interest in Family law. Her doctoral thesis, entitled “The Legal Implications Relating to the Relocation of the Custodial Parent”, focused on an important aspect in the realm of Family Law. Cynthia practices mainly in General Civil Law and Litigation.
Education & Court Admissions
2013 – LL.D. degree conferred by the University of Malta after successfully submitting her thesis entitled “The Legal Implications relating to the Relocation of the Custodial Parent.”
2011 – Diploma of Notary Public awarded by the University of Malta
2010 – Bachelor of Laws with Theology as a secondary area conferred by the University of Malta
Maltese, English and Italian