Ms. Douglin was educated at the University of the West Indies, where she gained her Bachelor of Law Degree with Upper Second Class Honours, before proceeding to the Hugh Wooding Law School, where she had the distinction of finishing at the top of her class, and receiving the Council of Legal Education Prize.
Her other distinctions include that of being the first winner of the George Walton Payne & Co. Scholarship Trust; gaining the Barbados Law Association's Prize for Most Outstanding Barbadian student, and the Chairman's Prize for her academic performance in Remedies, Civil Practice and Procedures Two (2) and Evidence and Forensic Medicine.
Ms. Douglin has done extensive research in a number of areas, including Electronic Commerce, Conveyancing and Intellectual Property.
While at the University of the West Indies, the former Harrison College student was a member of the Circle K Club, and served as an executive committee member of that organisation which is part of the International Sevice Club, Kiwanis International. In 2005 Miss Douglin obtained her LL. M degree from the University of Toronto.
Ms Douglin is a partner of the firm.