Clarke Gittens Farmer has recently appointed five (5) new Associates, fulfilling the Firm's goal to offer continuous value to its clients locally and internationally. The Firm proudly welcomed the new members to further enhance its capacity to provide a range of legal services in core areas.

Senior Associates Jason Wilkinson, Kimberly Lewis and Haylee Shaw will work in the Corporate, Property and Commercial departments respectively while Associates Kevin Bran and Codie Hinds are assigned to the Corporate and Litigation teams respectively.

Clarke Gittens Farmer is dedicated to providing exceptional legal services and ensuring that clients receive the highest level of representation.
Managing Partner, Ramon Alleyne K.C., expressed satisfaction with the new hires, noting that the addition of these talented lawyers was part of the Firm's commitment to expanding its resources and better serving its clientele.

"We are lucky to have gained the addition of these new hires who all bring different areas of expertise to the organization. Jason brings his background in banking and finance as well as extensive experience in advisory and civil litigation while Kevin has over twenty years'
experience as an accounting professional in addition to being a fully qualified, practicing, lawyer. Kimberley specializes in mortgage financing and purchases and is passionate about conveyancing while Haylee brings expertise in regulatory compliance, mergers and acquisitions. Codie is well versed in oil and gas sales agreements as well as renewable energy law and policy.

We are excited to include this exceptional group of lawyers into the Clarke Gittens Farmer family. Their passion for the law and dedication to providing quality service align perfectly with our values and impart confidence that their unique perspectives and skills will strengthen our ability to deliver outstanding results for our clients."

Jason Wilkinson and Kevin Bryan both attended Hugh Wooding Law School and possess Masters of Laws from the University of the West Indies and Wilkinson is also an MBA graduate. Codie Hinds also received his certification from Hugh Wooding Law School and went on to complete his LL.M in Oil. Gas and Renewable Energy Law (Distinction) at Swansea University, United Kingdom. Kimberly Lewis was admitted to practice law in both Barbados and Jamaica and has also been published in the Organization of Commonwealth Caribbean Bar Associations. Haylee Shaw is a keen philanthropist and was admitted to the Bar in 2017. Lewis and Shaw are both graduates of the Norman Manley Law School.

Clarke Gittens Farmer is a leading commercial law firm in Barbados with a group of legal professionals dedicated to providing superior service in Barbados, Jamaica, Trinidad and Tobago and the Eastern Caribbean. As the Barbados member of Lex Mundi, the world’s leading association of independent law firms, Clarke Gittens Farmer combines global connections with local expertise for the benefit of their clients.

They provide comprehensive legal services for both domestic and international corporate and private clients and have built a reputation for high quality work in banking, corporate, commercial and business law areas. Their corporate and commercial services include data protection, tax, banking and financial transactions, property transactions, securities law, patent and intellectual property law, insolvency and commercial litigation. Their international financial services practice serves international and multinational companies, which complement a vibrant merger and acquisition practice.