Ms. Kai-Leigh Phillip began working at Firm in 2015 seeking to complete her six-month internship after completing the Legal Practice Course (LPC) in Birmingham, United Kingdom at BPP University.
She was subsequently admitted to the Roll of Attorneys-at-Law in Trinidad and Tobago in 2016 and officially joined the Firm as a Junior Associate of the Conveyancing Department working under the guidance of the Firm’s Senior Partner, Mr. Vishnu Deonarine and supervision of Senior Attorney, Mr. Michael Kalliecharan.
Ms. Phillip works with many of the Firm’s major commercial and private clients throughout all three (3) of the Firm’s offices. She provides general legal advice and services related to, inter alia: contracts; bills of sale; leases; conveyances; agreements for sale; and mortgages. Her main transactional experience includes the purchase, sale, lease and mortgaging of real property and the incorporation of profit and non-profit companies.
She has previously represented a major Credit Union at dispute hearings held before the Co- operative Development Division and routinely provides legal opinions on such varied topics as the interpretation of different aspects of the Co-operative Societies Act Chap. 81:03, general conveyancing, contracts, powers of attorney, mortgages, Wills and Probate and Company Law.
Ms. Phillip’s personable disposition makes her an excellent liaison with the Firms’ clients and
the other members of the G&D team.
2014 Bachelor of Laws (LLB), Hons. — University of London (Trinidad)
2015 Legal Practice Course (LPC) — BPP University (United Kingdom)
2016 Admitted to the Roll of Attorneys-at-Law in Trinidad
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