…responsive, efficient and very knowledgeable.
Legal 500

Gina’s practice is focused on Conveyancing and Real Property law, Probate and Estate Administration, Planning and Development law. She also conducts a general commercial practice with additional expertise in the area of Maritime law involving Cayman Islands registered ships. Gina represents many of the “Class A” Banks in the Cayman Islands and also conducts a full real estate practice servicing a wide range of international and local clients.

In 2012 and 2013, Gina was recognised by International Law Office Client Choice Awards in the area of General Corporate services. She is recommended by Legal 500 in the areas of Real Estate and Corporate and Commercial law. Clients and peers interviewed by the Legal 500 noted that she “has considerable expertise in conveyancing and real property law, probate and estate administration, planning and development law” and describe her as “responsive, efficient and very knowledgeable”.

Gina is a member of the Cayman Islands Law Society and the Caymanian Bar Association, and is a Notary Public for the Cayman Islands. She believes in giving back to her community and is a Life Member of the Lions Club of Tropical Gardens, where she is a Past President and currently serves on the Board of Directors. Additionally, she serves the Lions Caribbean Sub-District 60B as Hearing Preservation, Awareness & Action Chairman.

Gina holds Bachelors’ degrees (Hons) in Arts and Law from the University of the West Indies and a Legal Education Certificate from the Norman Manley Law School in Jamaica. She was admitted as an Attorney-at-Law to the Jamaican Bar in 1995 and to the Cayman Bar in 1999.

Education

  • University of the West Indies (B.A.) (LL.B.) (HONS), Kingston, Jamaica and Cave Hill, Barbados
  • Norman Manley Law School, Kingston, Jamaica

Bar admissions

  • Jamaica, 1995
  • Cayman Islands, 1999

Professional memberships

  • Cayman Islands Law Society
  • Caymanian Bar Association
  • Jamaica Bar Association

Languages

  • English
  • Conversational Spanish

Community

  • Member, Steering Committee, Human Tissue Donation and Transplant Regulations (2017)
  • Life Member (Past President) Lions Club of Tropical Gardens & current Board member
  • District Officer of Lions Sub-District 60B (Hearing Preservation, Awareness & Action Chairman)

Recognition

  • International Law Office Client Choice Awards, General Corporate Services (2012-2013)
  • Legal 500, Recommended in the areas of Real Estate and Corporate and Commercial law (2014-2017)

…considerable expertise in conveyancing and real property law, probate and estate administration, planning, and development law.
Legal 500

Publications

  • “Some Practical & Legal Issues Regarding the Purchase of Real Estate in the Cayman Islands” Horizons – Jan/Feb 2009
  • “Obtaining Residency in the Cayman Islands on the basis of Independent Means” Horizons – May/Jun 2009
…responsive, efficient and very knowledgeable.
Legal 500

Gina’s practice is focused on Conveyancing and Real Property law, Probate and Estate Administration, Planning and Development law. She also conducts a general commercial practice with additional expertise in the area of Maritime law involving Cayman Islands registered ships. Gina represents many of the “Class A” Banks in the Cayman Islands and also conducts a full real estate practice servicing a wide range of international and local clients.

In 2012 and 2013, Gina was recognised by International Law Office Client Choice Awards in the area of General Corporate services. She is recommended by Legal 500 in the areas of Real Estate and Corporate and Commercial law. Clients and peers interviewed by the Legal 500 noted that she “has considerable expertise in conveyancing and real property law, probate and estate administration, planning and development law” and describe her as “responsive, efficient and very knowledgeable”.

Gina is a member of the Cayman Islands Law Society and the Caymanian Bar Association, and is a Notary Public for the Cayman Islands. She believes in giving back to her community and is a Life Member of the Lions Club of Tropical Gardens, where she is a Past President and currently serves on the Board of Directors. Additionally, she serves the Lions Caribbean Sub-District 60B as Hearing Preservation, Awareness & Action Chairman.

Gina holds Bachelors’ degrees (Hons) in Arts and Law from the University of the West Indies and a Legal Education Certificate from the Norman Manley Law School in Jamaica. She was admitted as an Attorney-at-Law to the Jamaican Bar in 1995 and to the Cayman Bar in 1999.

Education

  • University of the West Indies (B.A.) (LL.B.) (HONS), Kingston, Jamaica and Cave Hill, Barbados
  • Norman Manley Law School, Kingston, Jamaica

Bar admissions

  • Jamaica, 1995
  • Cayman Islands, 1999

Professional memberships

  • Cayman Islands Law Society
  • Caymanian Bar Association
  • Jamaica Bar Association

Languages

  • English
  • Conversational Spanish

Community

  • Member, Steering Committee, Human Tissue Donation and Transplant Regulations (2017)
  • Life Member (Past President) Lions Club of Tropical Gardens & current Board member
  • District Officer of Lions Sub-District 60B (Hearing Preservation, Awareness & Action Chairman)

Recognition

  • International Law Office Client Choice Awards, General Corporate Services (2012-2013)
  • Legal 500, Recommended in the areas of Real Estate and Corporate and Commercial law (2014-2017)

…considerable expertise in conveyancing and real property law, probate and estate administration, planning, and development law.
Legal 500

Publications

  • “Some Practical & Legal Issues Regarding the Purchase of Real Estate in the Cayman Islands” Horizons – Jan/Feb 2009
  • “Obtaining Residency in the Cayman Islands on the basis of Independent Means” Horizons – May/Jun 2009