Tammi Pilgrim is an associate in the Barbados office.
Tammi attended the University of the West Indies and in 2004, she was competitively selected to represent the region at the prestigious Phillip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition and was adjudged one of the Top Oral Advocates thereof. She went on that year to obtain her Bachelor of Laws (LLB) with Upper Second Class Honours. Whilst attending the Hugh Wooding Law School in Trinidad, Tammi was awarded the Peterson Lambert Peterson & Co. prize for the best performance in the Law of Evidence and Forensic Medicine (2005) and graduated in 2006, having achieved a place on the Principal’s Roll of Honour.
Tammi has been called to the Bar in Barbados and is a member of the Barbados Bar Association. Her practice is focused on corporate and commercial matters, as well as property development and conveyancing. She is one of the legal advisers to the Old Harrisonian Society in Barbados and has also been certified proficient in Spanish by the Universidad Nacional de Colombia.