Rose Law Caribbean extends it capability to serve clients through alliances with select professionals and organizations with demonstrated expertise and thought leadership.
The members of CONSTRULEGAL are leading construction law firms who have formed an alliance based on a common history of assisting their respective clients in obtaining the most efficient legal and contractual administration of their construction projects. The firms have been acknowledged for, minimizing the risks of disputes and legal conflicts that are intrinsic to the industry, as well as for representing their clients zealously when disputes inevitably arise. Through a combination of expert legal counsel and innovative products our members assist clients in the timely resolution of project disputes during construction and the preservation, prosecution and defense of clients’ rights when timely resolution cannot be achieved.
Lex Caribbean established in Barbados in 1997 was the first pan-Caribbean law firm providing seamless advice as to the local law of multiple territories in the region. With over 30 lawyers LexCaribbean currently operates from three offices in Trinidad and Tobago (consequent upon a merger in the late 1990’s with DeNobriga, Inniss & Co., a leading firm in Trinidad and Tobago which had been founded in 1967), and from single office locations in both Barbados and Jamaica.
Lex Caribbean offers expertise in the areas of capital markets, commercial litigation, corporate/commercial law, insolvency and restructuring, international business, project finance and property development and conveyancing to clients conducting local and cross border transactions in the Caribbean. Also advising on international business transactions from Barbados and coordinating advice from other international business jurisdictions throughout the Caribbean, the breadth and depth of skills and experience allow them to provide intelligent, carefully coordinated multi-jurisdictional advice to regional and international clients.
Trust Law Connect
TrustLaw Connect is the Thomson Reuters Foundation’s award-winning service to spread the practice of pro bono worldwide. Connecting the best law firms and corporations around the world with high-impact NGOs and social enterprises in need of free legal assistance. In 2012, TrustLaw Connect membership almost doubled, exceeding 1,000 members. The service has become more and more global: with the network of law firms now extending to countries as diverse as Afghanistan, Fiji, Paraguay, Uganda, Brazil, Saudi Arabia, Palestine and Turkey. In 2012, more than 60 percent of TrustLaw Connect lawyers worked outside the traditional pro bono markets of the United States, Britain and Australia.
Caribbean Procurement Institute
The Caribbean Procurement Institute (CPI) is a limited liability corporation registered in Trinidad and Tobago in December 2006 serving policy makers and practitioners in the field of procurement. Since 2006 CPI, through its conferences, workshops, seminars, programmes and research has established itself as the premier resource for specialist procurement education and expertise geared toward the delivery and maximisation of real strategic and sustainable value in the region. CPI has established a faculty of leading international and regional academics, professionals and experts to design and deliver its training programmes and provide specialist consultancy services. In 2008 CPI sponsored the non-profit voluntary Caribbean Association of Procurement Professionals (CAPP) now a member of the International Federation of Purchasing and Supply Chain Management (IFPSM) and is actively supporting that organisation in setting entry criteria for the profession, educating members about its Code of Conduct and certifying members. In 2013 CPI launched its Social Impact Programmes (SIPs) to foster the growth and development of the social economy in the Caribbean through Socially Responsible Public Procurement (SRPP).
Disclosure Today (DT) – Transparency on Demand is a generative social governance network designed to provide democratizing infrastructure to promote, facilitate and empower responsible and collaborative citizen engagement in public sector decision-making. DT is on a web-based and mobile platform facilitating citizens accessing information on public sector spending decisions, engaging in public debate, providing input and making contributions that lead to more responsive, innovative and effective governance. Rose Law Caribbean provides pro bono legal services to citizen activists and social entrepreneurs through this platform.