Bartlett D. Morgan joined Lex Caribbean in 2012 as an associate in the Barbados office. He is a member of the firm's Commercial Litigation, Restructuring & Insolvency Practice Group where he is a junior to Garth Patterson Q.C. Bartlett's portfolio of work spans banking and general commercial litigation; bankruptcy and insolvency as well as a significant number of employment & industrial relations matters. Much of Bartlett's non-contentious work involves advising both domestic and international corporate entities.
Recently, Bartlett, working with Mary Mahabir Q.C., contributed the Barbados Chapter to the Allen and Overy Global Litigation Survey 2014.
Bartlett is deeply committed to service and sits on the Inter-Registrar Transfer Policy (IRTP) Working Group of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN). Bartlett is also a member of INSOL International.
Bartlett is a graduate of the Norman Manley Law School in Jamaica (Legal Education Certificate); the University of the West Indies at Cave Hill (LLB with Second Class Honours); and the University of the West Indies at Mona (BA with First Class Honours).
While at the Norman Manley Law School, he served as student coordinator of the School's Corporate-Commercial Working Group and was also selected to represent the Law School at the American Caribbean Law Initiative's Winter-Break Programme in the Cayman Islands. In his time at the Law School he was the recipient of several awards including a Council of Legal Education special award based on academic merit.
Bartlett is admitted to practice in Barbados and Jamaica.