Simone Morgan-Gomez / Partner
She has been practicing in The Bahamas since 1997 and specializes in Commercial Litigation involving: Employment, Insurance, Insolvency, Trusts, Agency and Multi-jurisdictional Contracts. Mrs. Morgan-Gomez speaks English and Spanish.
Jacqueline H. Banona-Adderley / Partner
Jacqueline Banona-Adderley has been called the whiz woman of Callenders with a mind as incisive as a sword and a work ethic that makes 12-hour days standard. An expert in Human, Civil and Environmental Rights cases, her commitment, thoroughness and dedication earned her a well-deserved partnership at a remarkably young age.
Cheryl D. Cartwright / Partner
Ms. Cartwright’s responsibilities involve advising on multi-jurisdictional legal issues, and acting as a Pupil Master. Her areas of practice include Insolvency and Liquidations, International Commercial Litigation, International Commercial Transactions, as well as limited work with Conveyance, Mortgage and Property Law. Ms. Cartwright has served as an Acting Deputy Registrar of the Court of Appeal, served as Chairman and Board member on various government bodies, and was the founding Vice-President of the Bahamas Association of Compliance Officers.
Pearline Y. Ingraham / Associate
If ever there were a doubt about compassion and the law, one moment with Callenders Associate Pearline Ingraham will dispel any trace. A staunch defender of women’s and children’s rights, Ingraham is articulate and shining proof that passion about people and the law go hand-in-hand when in the right hands.
Garth Philippe / Associate
Mr. Philippe studied Spanish language and culture at La Universidad de Salamanca, Spain in 2006. Later he studied law at the University of Manchester, England where he received his (LLB) in both English Law and French Law in 2010. He also attended L’Université de Bougogne, France where he furthered his studies in French Law and civil law traditions and achieved the graduate level Diplòme de Relations Internationales in Public International Law in 2010.
Syneisha Bootle / Associate
Ms. Bootle was called to the Bar of England and Wales (Lincoln’s Inn) in July, 2015, The Bahamas Bar in September, 2015 and joined the team at the Nassau office of Callenders & Co. that same year, having interned with the firm for six consecutive summers. Ms. Bootle is a member of the International Federation of Women Lawyers, The Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn, UK and The Bahamas Bar Association. Her areas of practice include Conveyance, Mortgage, Property Law, Wills, Insolvency and Liquidations and she is building her specialization in Maritime Law.
Raven Rolle / Associate
In 2012 Ms. Rolle earned an Associates of Arts degree in Law and Criminal Justice from the College of The Bahamas which earned her a placement on the President’s List. She then pursued a Bachelor of Law with Upper Second Class Honours from the University of the West Indies in 2015 then attended the Eugene Dupuch Law School where she received a Legal Education Certificate in 2017, the same year she was called to The Bahamas Bar. She has served as president and public relations officer at the University of the West Indies at The College of The Bahamas Law Society.
Philisea Bethel / Associate
Philisea obtained an Associate of Arts degree in Law & Criminal Justice in 2012 at the College of The Bahamas. She earned a Bachelor of Laws with Upper Second Class Honours in 2015 at the University of Buckingham, England and a Master of Laws in International & Commercial Law (specializing in Financial Services Law) with Distinction in 2016.