Kara John is an associate in the firm’s Trinidad office, working in the Corporate, Commercial and Conveyancing department. 

Kara obtained her Bachelor of Laws with First Class Honours, from the University of the West Indies (UWI) Cave Hill Campus in 2020. While at the UWI she won the first-place prize in the International Monetary Fund’s (IMF) essay competition and completed an internship programme at the IMF’s Jamaica office. She also represented the Cave Hill Campus law faculty in the prestigious John Jackson, World Trade Organization Moot. Kara graduated from the Hugh Wooding Law School in 2022, on the Principal’s Honour Roll. 

She joined the firm in 2022. Her main areas of practice include company, securities, banking and finance law and the provision of regulatory advice to local and international entities. Relative to the local market she also practices in real property, with a focus on the preparation of agreements for sale, instruments of transfer, mortgages, bills of sale and releases of security instruments. 

In addition to her interests in international economic law, environmental policy and human rights, Kara is heavily involved in volunteerism and service.

Outside of the workplace Kara may be found at an art gallery, listening to music, at the beach or writing for her blog, “smalltalktt”.