Ms. Analisa Ramoutar joined the Firm in June, 2017 and shortly thereafter, in November 2017 was admitted to the bar in Trinidad and Tobago.
In addition to graduating on the Principal’s Honour Roll, Ms. Ramoutar is the winner of a number of academic prizes, including: the Justice Nicholas J.O. Liverpool Prize in the Law of Trusts from UWI Cave Hill Campus in 2015; Best Performance in Civil Procedure and Practice II Prize from the Hugh Wooding Law School in 2017; Best Performance in Civil Procedure and Practice I and Civil Procedure and Practice II by a student from Trinidad and Tobago; and the Mediation Board of Trinidad and Tobago Prize and overall Winner at the “Mediation Debate Reframed” event from the Hugh Wooding Law School in 2017 at the 7th Annual Mediation Symposium September 2017.
It is on this excellent academic foundation that Ms. Ramoutar had the opportunity to build her practical experience as a qualified Attorney-at-law at the Firm working under the direct supervision of the Senior Litigation Partner, Mr. Prakash Deonarine and Senior Associate, Ms. Susan Moolchan. Working closely with Ms. Moolchan, Ms. Ramoutar assists in the management of the Firms’ active corporate portfolio which includes, inter alia; banking matters; commercial contracts; negligence; mortgage actions; debt collection for secured and unsecured debts; enforcement of judgments; recovery of debts for cooperative societies (credit unions); securing judgments for statutory debts and matrimonial matters.
Ms. Ramoutar is a core member of the G&D team, using her mediation skills to encourage constructive conversation with the Firms’ Corporate Clients, Opposing Counsel and their Clients.
2015 LLB (Hons) – University of the West Indies
2017 LEC (Principal’s Roll of Honour) – Hugh Wooding Law School
2017 Admitted to practice as an Attorney-at-Law in Trinidad and Tobago
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