Deborah Barker-Roye, an associate in Ogier’s Cayman Dispute Resolution team, has been called to the Cayman Islands Bar.
Barker-Roye is the author of two texts on Cayman Islands law and procedure: ‘Criminal Litigation in the Cayman Islands’ and ‘Civil Litigation in the Cayman Islands’.
Before joining Ogier, she was assistant director of Legal Studies and the Cayman Islands Law School and a member of the Attorney General’s Chambers in the Cayman Islands.
In her role as deputy director of Legal Studies and Head of the Cayman Islands Professional Practice (Bar) Course at the Truman Bodden Law School, Deborah has taught litigation and legal skills to students and legal trainees for 18 years, and continues to do so on a pro bono basis while working with Ogier.
Deborah was called to the Bar of England and Wales in 1994 and remains a door tenant (non-practicing) in London Chambers, 25 Bedford Row.
Rachael Reynolds, Ogier partner and head of dispute resolution for the Caribbean and Asia, said: “Our strategic growth in Cayman continues, and we are delighted to welcome someone with Deborah’s expertise to the team.”
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