Ann Henry QC is our exclusively recommended Industrial Relations Law expert in Antigua & Barbuda on the Advisory Excellence website. If you need assistance in this area, please contact Ann directly using the contact details listed above.
Ann was first called to the Bar in October, 1981. Between 1981 and 1983, Ms. Henry practiced in the British Virgin Islands Jurisdiction as a Prosecutor in the Chambers of the Attorney General. From 1983 to 1990, she worked in Association with the late Time H. Kendall Q.C. in the Chambers of Kendall & Henry (Antigua).
From 1990 to 1997, practiced as a sole practitioner in Antigua. From 5th December, 1997, she practiced in association with junior associates as the principal of the Chambers of E. Ann Henry & Associates. From 15th October, 2003, Ms. Henry practices in partnership with C. Debra Burnette. She was elevated to the rank of Queens Counsel in September, 2012.
Ann Henry QC is a Past-President of the Antigua and Barbuda Bar Association and a Past Chairman of the Council of Legal Education of the West Indies.
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The Firm’s practice is a General Civil Practice blending a Solicitor’s practice in Chambers with a significant and vibrant Litigation portfolio.
Our particular areas of focus are Banking Law, Corporate Law (both domestic and international), Industrial Relations, Real Estate Law, Family Law and Civil Litigation.
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