Trudy O. Glasgow

Ms. Trudy O. Glasgow obtained her first degree, B.A History from the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill campus, Barbados. She graduated from the University of Hull having completed the LL.B (Honours) degree in 1999, and completed the Bar Vocational Course at the University of Northumbria in Newcastle the following year. She was called to the Bar of England and Wales with the Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn in 2000 and to the local Bar in the same year. Ms. Glasgow obtained her Masters in International and Commercial law as well as the Postgraduate Certificate in Higher Education (P.C.H.E.) from the University of Sheffield, where she taught for almost five years. Ms. Glasgow is a qualified university lecturer.

On her return to Saint Lucia, Ms. Glasgow was in private practice with a local law firm for five years until she opened her own office in the Rodney Bay area. She is an active member of the Saint Lucia Bar Association, and was instrumental in launching The Brief, its legal magazine, as its first Managing Editor. Ms. Glasgow was chosen as one of 12 young professionals pursuing excellence and featured on 1st National Bank St. Lucia Limited’s calendar for 2009.

Ms. Glasgow is the author of the popular weekly legal column entitled ‘Simply Law’ in The Voice newspaper since July 2007. She is the 2006 recipient of the Victoria Fisher prize for her essay on Women and the law. She is also a Director of National Research and Development Foundation (NRDF) and Chairperson of its Training and Marketing Committee since October 2010. Ms. Glasgow is also one of the founding members of the recently launched Lincoln’s Inn Caribbean Alumni Association.

Firm Overview:

Welcome to the law firm of Trudy O. Glasgow & Associates. Our main goal is to cater to the legal needs of our clients in an efficient way. We listen to our clients’ concerns and look for the best, most cost-effective legal solutions to their problems. Our relationship with our clients is central to our success. We recognise that clients come first. Our clients benefit from our guiding principles of honesty, efficiency, knowledge and communication.

We communicate with our clients using clear, every day language via whatever method of communication is preferred including: telephone, fax, mail, email, text messages, and Skype.

Our consultants are former Acting Chief Justice of the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court, Sir Brian Alleyne; Justice Ephraim Georges (retired); and Judge John Samuels, QC, a Bencher of the Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn, in London, England.

We cater to a wide range of practice areas including: divorce, adoption, wills and succession, real estate law, company and corporate matters, hotel and catering law, banking, insurance, employment, immigration, civil and commercial litigation, alternative dispute resolution and notarial services. For further details, please visit our ‘Practice’ page .

To find out more about the services we offer, please call us at (758) 4509748/(758) 4889748 or (758) 4859759 or email us at [email protected]. Our Skype name is Trudy O. Glasgow.

We look forward to hearing from you.

Michael Bruce Garnet Gordon

Michael Bruce Garnet Gordon formed a new firm of Gordon, Gordon & Co. in 1973 with his father and his uncle. From 1975 to 2003, he was the Managing Partner of the firm, after which he was appointed as Judge of Court of Appeal. He has also acted as Chief Justice. Presently, he has returned to private practice.

Firm Overview:

Gordon, Gordon & Co., the firm, was founded in 1975, with Sir Keith Gordon – Senior Partner who passed away in 2003 at age 97. The firm is a successor firm to one of the oldest law firms in St. Lucia. In its original form, as GORDON, SALLES-MIQUELLE, MATHURIN & Co., it was established in the early 1950’s. After the death of Mathurin, the firm re-established itself with new Partners and Associates as GORDON, SALLES-MIQUELLE, McNAMARA & Co., which later became GORDON, McNAMARA & Co. and is now GORDON, GORDON & Co.

Mark Maragh, LLb (Hons), L.E.C.

Mark Maragh is an experienced Attorney-at-Law and the Managing Partner of Amicus Legal. Not only is he a formidable attorney but he is a respected entrepreneur with a proven track record of achievement, demonstrated across a wide assortment of industry sectors including International Financial Services, Resident Agent Services, Citizenship by Investment and Energy.

In 1998, Mark Maragh was admitted to the Saint Lucia Bar, after graduating from the Hugh Wooding School of Law in Trinidad and Tobago. From day one, he has been regularly involved in litigation both in the civil and criminal courts, making appearances before the Magistrates Courts, the High Court and the Court of Appeal. He has also successfully appeared before the Privy Council of the United Kingdom. Over the past 17 years, Mark has earned the reputation of being one of Saint Lucia’s best advocates and legal professionals and has been involved in several landmark and precedent setting decisions.

Mark Maragh has led litigation in complex commercial proceedings and sophisticated commercial transactions with a focus on medical negligence, insurance, employment, corporate insolvency and restructuring, taxation, trust, and citizenship by investment. He has advised some of Saint Lucia’s largest and most respected corporations, which include utility companies, oil companies, Port Authority and some of the largest retail and distribution companies on Island. He regularly advises and has been heavily involved in complex legal matters pertaining to the acquisition and construction of hotels, condominiums and other real estate developments in Saint Lucia and has sat on various statutory boards including the Gaming Commission and National Development Corporation, (now Invest St Lucia). He serves as Managing Director to the island’s largest service station and also serves on the board of directors of Petrus Private Bank, a licensed international offshore bank.

Choose Amicus Legal Today:

Amicus Legal is a dynamic, full-service law firm located in Castries with head office in Rodney Bay, Saint Lucia. Our attorneys are leaders in their respective fields and are passionately dedicated to providing clients with the highest caliber of legal services.

Amicus Legal specialises in a wide variety of practice areas with an emphasis on business and corporate law, commercial litigation, conveyancing, personal injury, immigration and citizenship by investment advisory services (through our affiliate firm Century Capital Inc), international financial services advice (through our affiliate firm Colonial Trust Company Ltd), insolvency, corporate restructuring and reorganisation, mergers and acquisitions and taxation, in addition to other legal practice areas.

Amicus Legal’s commitment to delivering exceptional client services and solutions is unparalleled. We employ the brightest legal minds along with accessible legal services delivered by experienced legal professionals and support staff. Our attorneys build relationships with each client and deliver top-notch legal solutions and personalized attention customised to the unique needs of each client.

Amicus Legal delivers legal services and solutions for private clients, corporations and other businesses as well as ultra and high net worth individuals and families, locally and internationally.

The Amicus Legal Philosophy:

The Amicus Legal philosophy centers on providing sound legal advice and assistance to each of our clients, without exception as trusted advisors, confidants and defenders of our clients’ rights. We consistently strive to exceed client expectations, with the best, practical and where necessary innovative legal advice. As you will note by the number of precedent setting cases we have led or been involved in, the Amicus philosophy is to lead and not to follow.

Amicus Legal understands that choosing a law firm you can trust, requires that you find a firm that is available to answer any questions that you may have. As a result, we make sure that one of our legal support staff members is always available to answer any questions that potential or existing clients may have. Check out our Contact page, or contact us at [email protected] or 1-758-453-7007 or 1-758-453-7777 today, in order to learn more about Amicus Legal and the various legal services that we deliver.

Amicus Legal is proud to be a member of the Investment Migration Council (IMC), the worldwide association for investor immigration and citizenship-by-investment, bringing together the leading stakeholders in the field and giving the industry a voice.