Hugh Wooding Law School (Legal Education Certificate (Merit), 2017)
University of the West Indies (LL.B (Hons.), 2015)
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Barbados, St. Vincent & the Grenadines, St. LuciaLet's Talk
Taylor is a Senior Associate in the firm’s Commercial Litigation, Restructuring and Insolvency department. Qualified to practise law in Barbados, Saint Lucia and Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Taylor regularly appears before the Barbados and the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Courts in respect of commercial, civil and insolvency-centred litigation.
In addition to her general involvement in the department’s dispute matters, Taylor is the Associate responsible for the firm’s bankruptcy and insolvency portfolio in Barbados and the Eastern Caribbean. She acts as legal counsel for local and foreign trustees, liquidators and receivers, with whom she works closely to find commercially-minded solutions to the legal issues and complexities that arise in the discharge of their duties. She also frequently advises corporate creditors, insolvent persons and parties to large corporate transactions on the nature and implications of the applicable bankruptcy regimes. Taylor is a member of INSOL International and has represented insolvency professionals in complex, novel and highly contentious litigation in the jurisdictions in which she practises.
Taylor graduated as valedictorian from the Hugh Wooding Law School, where she was the sole recipient in her year of the coveted Legal Education Certificate of Merit. She also received numerous academic awards, including the Council of Legal Education’s Prize for Most Outstanding Student and the Barbados Bar Association’s Prize for the Best Performance by a Student from Barbados, and was lauded for her advocacy skills, receiving the Principal’s Award for Advocacy and the Robert Matthew Sellier Prize for Best Performance in Trial Advocacy. Prior to attending law school, Taylor was awarded a Bachelor of Laws with First Class Honours from the University of the West Indies and was the recipient of the Dame Bernice Lake, Q.C. Scholarship and the David Nathaniel King Memorial Scholarship.
When she is not working with clients or before the court, Taylor can often be found enjoying a good meal with family or friends.
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