The Dominica Bar Association wishes to extend its deepest condolences to the family, in particular, the mother and siblings, and friends of Ms. Sandra Julien who passed away today, Sunday, 17th May 2020, after a recurrent struggle with a debilitating illness. Ms. Sandra Julien was a lawyer and member of the Dominica Bar. She held the post of the Registrar at the Companies and Intellectual Property Office in the Public Service.Ms. Julien was called to the Dominica Bar on the 2nd day of November 2001 and worked as a legally qualified professional in the Public Service since then save for a brief period when she worked overseas. She was appointed Registrar of Companies and Intellectual Property in or about 2009 and has served in that position commendably.Sandra Julien was soft spoken and best known by her colleagues for her calm, measured and pleasant manner. She was a very good listener and often demonstrated the ability to engage any audience in empathetic conversation for extended periods with a genuine and sincere expression that conveyed the words “I hear you, I understand”. Nothing seemed to get Ms. Julien flustered. She was well-liked and well-respected among the legal fraternity.As Registrar of Companies and Intellectual Property, Ms. Julien demonstrated professionalism, competence, diligence, confidence and a pleasant disposition. Her consistent willingness to assist attorneys and laypersons who sought services at the Companies and Intellectual Property Office generally rendered the outcome for these persons, a productive one. In a very understated manner, Ms. Julien demonstrated great leadership in her appointed office. She was always open to suggestions on how things could be done better and she inspired her staff to serve the public well. She appeared to have a close and respectful working relationship with those under her supervision. Some of the words that her staff members used to describe her included “like family”, “loving”, “caring”, “easy going”, “highly respected” and “down-to- earth”.Ms. Sandra Julien was well respected among her peers in the regional and international Intellectual Property Offices and her advice was frequently sought by them.She accepted her health diagnosis without complaint and sought treatment with a sense of purpose and positiveness; she never gave up; she never sounded down and defeated; she always expressed hope. That was on full display, even on what we now know were her last days, when members of the Dominica Bar Association visited her at the hospital on Thursday, 14th May 2020. She spoke with clarity, confidence and optimism. She appeared happy for the visit and did not utter a word of complaint about her condition.Throughout her illness, Sandra Julien demonstrated fortitude, courage, faith, gratitude and optimism. Most remarkably, during this undeniably challenging period of her life, she continued to provide guidance to the Companies and Intellectual Property staff and others who requested her help, a testament of her generosity and commitment.Sandra Julien will be deeply missed, no doubt by her family and friends, but also by her staff, colleagues and those who often sought services at the Companies and IntellectualProperty Office. Her passing is a great loss to the legal fraternity not just in Dominica but in the region. However, as people of faith, we believe that she is in a better place and in divine comfort with her Maker. Sandra Julien is gone physically from this world, but she will live on in the memories of those of us who were fortunate enough to have known her and interacted with her.May the soul of Sandra Julien rest in blessed and eternal peace.May the family of Sandra Julien be comforted by their faith in and love of God and by the knowledge that Sandra touched the lives of countless persons in a very positive way, and she will live on forever in our hearts and minds.The Dominica Bar AssociationIssued Sunday, 17th May 2020 Tweet Sharing is caring! Share Share Share LocalNews Dominica Bar Association on Passing of Sandra Julien, Attorney-at-Law by: – May 18, 2020 381 Views one comment
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A heavyweight fight between Stipi Miočič and Daniel Cormier is expected on Sunday. The media have already crowned the winner of this duel as the best UFC heavyweight of all time. What have the experts said about the upcoming duel?This will be Mitchicch and Cormier’s third fight. The score now stands at 1: 1. Cormier won the first duel in the first five minutes, although until the decisive blow it could be said that Miočič was better. In the second duel, Cormier was better in the first three rounds, but then Miočič’s corner came up with a solution to attack Cormier’s body more, which resulted in victory.There is another trump card in Cormier’s arsenal, which he has used little against Mikochi so far, and that is his high-level free fight or “reslings”. Cormier himself makes no secret of the fact that he intends to place more emphasis on this element in the forthcoming battle.There is no doubt that Cormier is superior to Miočič in the elements of free struggle, who is not a puppy in the ground floor. Therefore, there is reason to believe that in the upcoming duel Cormier could be the one who comes up with a new battle plan and eventually wins. As Cormier himself has repeatedly said, this struggle will be his last, whatever its outcome. But there is no denying that Miočičs also looks great in the training videos published!If there has been a strong “50/50” fight lately, then it definitely promises to be this one. But what are the experts’ predictions then?Alekss Balentains (“Bleacher Report”)“Part of Cormier’s collapse in previous rounds of champions was the fact that he stopped using elements of free fight. Given that Daniel now has time to look back and analyze what happened, Cormier could use tactics based on very free elements. It could also be changing circumstance, “wrote Balentain.Madar Berthold Flemin (MMA wrestler at Cage Warriors)Madars Bertholds Fleminas visited the podcast “What’s in the Square, It’s on the Tongue” on Thursday. One of the topics we talked to about the wrestler was the upcoming fight between Mocicchi and Cormier.“I think Cormier is much better than Mitchic in every way. Both on the ground and in posture. But Mitchic has the fact that he can be dragged into terribly ‘deep waters’ and he can make the necessary changes, as he did in the last fight. Definitely “It’s going to be an interesting fight, but I’m putting my money on Cormier,” Flemin said.Many wrestlers have revealed their thoughts on the upcoming fight in various foreign media. For example, Justin Geichi, Kelvin Gastelum, Gilbert Burns Gunnar Nelson, as well as Lithuanian Modest Bukauskas have said that they could win in Cormier, but none of these wrestlers think it will be very convincing.Alexander Volkanovsky (UFC heavyweight division wrestler)Unlike his other brothers, Alexander Volkanovsky believes that Miočič will triumph in the expected battle: “I think that most likely Stipe. He will come to this fight better prepared and motivated.”Trents Reinsmits (“Forbes”)Forbes viewer Trent Reinsmith is also in Cormier’s “camp.” Although most experts believe that Cormier’s “reslings” will be decisive in the upcoming fight. Reinsmith believes that Cormier will kill his opponent.“Cormier has won 10 of 22 career victories with a knockout. One of these victories brought him the” Best Performance of the Evening “award. It was directly against Miočič … Two of Miočič’s three losses are just after the knockout. The fact that “Cormier is leaving his last professional MMA fight. I think he will be more focused than ever. Cormier lost last fight due to correctable mistakes. I don’t think Daniel will repeat those mistakes,” Reinsmith predicted.Edgar Skriver (“Karate Combat” champion)The “Apollo” portal contacted Edgars Skrīvers, one of the leading representatives of Latvian martial arts, about the fight between Kormje and Miočič.“I think there will be an interesting fight again. Cormier, as I understand it, is the last fight of his career, so I think he will have got all the strength to put them out in this fight. Personally, I’m for DC [Kormjē]. It would be cool if he won and went with the title. If the fight reaches the decision of the judges, then DC will win, “explained Skriver.However, the Latvian karatist did not deny that Miočič also has a good chance: “If the fight ends with a slaughter, then it could be Miočič, who hit exactly. He has heavy hands and blows in general. so – if the fight reaches the decision of the judges, then DC will win, but if we talk about the slaughter, then Miočičs. “Although experts are in favor of Cormier’s victory and going to sunset with a belt around his waist, there is no doubt that no one would be surprised by Mitchic’s victory. Who will then be crowned the best UFC heavyweight of all time? MMA fans will be able to find out very soon, on the early morning of August 16. The UFC 251 main card is scheduled to start at 5 Latvian time, which means that Miočič and Cormier could go to the octagon after 7.Follow Apollo as well Instagram – everything exciting, beautiful and important in one place!
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