Attorney Raymond Clough has died from cancer

Prominent attorney-at-law Dr Raymond Clough died yesterday morning at the University Hospital of the West Indies (UHWI), Mona, after a long illness. He was 71.
According to Clough’s youngest daughter, Kristina, he died after she had taken him to the hospital from their home in St Andrew at about 6.30 am.

Clough had been battling cancer for over a year, but had been active in his firm Clough, Long & Company up to the time when a year-long suspension from practising law was imposed on him by the Disciplinary Committee of the General legal Council (GLC).

The suspension, which took effect on September 1, followed a complaint against him by leading Queen’s Counsel Frank Phipps. He earned a PhD from Nottingham University in England and is a past student of Campion College.