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Callenders names three new partners

Law firm Callenders & Co has named three new partners, bringing to eight the number of partners in its two New Providence offices and its Freeport location. Pictured: Colin Callender (foreground), managing partner of Callenders & Co, with (left to right): Llewellyn Boyer-Cartwright; Courtney Pearce; Simone Morgan-Gomez; and Callenders partner Stephen Turnquest. (Photo by Derek Smith Jr for DP&A) 

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Monday, February 11, 2013
Monday, February 11, 2013

Law firm Callenders & Co has named three new partners, bringing to eight the number of partners in its two New Providence offices and its Freeport location.

The three attorneys, all previous senior associates with the firm, are Llewellyn Boyer-Cartwright, Courtney Pearce and Simone Morgan-Gomez.


“We are very pleased to announce the expansion of the partner base of Callenders & Co,” said Colin Callender, QC, managing partner.

“Over a period of years, Mr Boyer-Cartwright, Mrs Morgan-Gomez and Ms Pearce have brought wisdom and insight to the practice of law, great attention to detail to their clients and case load and unique areas of expertise to the firm. Each of those areas of expertise has contributed to the ongoing diversification of Callenders’ specialization, allowing us to serve local and international clients with greater efficiency and satisfaction.”

“The complement of partners is particularly relevant in building the strong litigation capabilities of the firm,” he added.

“Partnership is not a gift. It is earned and I have every confidence and comfort in knowing that all three of these attorneys have earned their place as partners in this firm.”

The firm’s other partners include Lester Mortimer, Stephen Turnquest, Chad Roberts and Fredrick Smith, QC in Grand Bahama.

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