Mr. Dale Crowley holds an LLB (Hons) degree from the University of Liverpool and is qualified as both a Barrister (England and Wales (non-practicing)) and an Attorney-at-Law (Cayman Islands). He is currently the managing partner of the local Cayman Islands law firm of Bodden & Bodden who advise on a wide range of local real estate development projects, Cayman-based corporate/commercial transactions, ship and aircraft registration and financing matters, as well as the managing director of Bodden Corporate Services Ltd.. He has been practicing law in the Cayman Islands for over twenty years and is a past president of the Caymanian Bar Association.
Mr. Crowley has previously served on a number of statutory and charitable boards, most recently as a director of the Cayman National Cultural Foundation.
Mr. Crowley was appointed as Chairman of the Human Rights Commission on 18 September 2019 for a period of three years.