Dawson R. Malone

R. Dawson Malone / Nassau Managing Partner

Mr. Malone is very knowledgeable of the trial and appellant processes of the Courts. He has also served a short term as the Assistant Registrar (Acting) of the Supreme Court of The Bahamas.
Stephen A. Turnquest

Stephen A. Turnquest / Partner

Stephen Anthony Turnquest was born in Nassau in 1958. Mr. Turnquest received his LLB from the University of The West Indies in June 1985. He earned a Certificate of Legal Education from the Norman Manley Law School in Jamaica in 1987. Mr. Turnquest was called to The Bahamas Bar in the same year and is a member of The Bahamas Bar Association. His practice areas include Commercial and Civil Litigation (including personal injuries), Employment Law, Insolvency, Admiralty Law and Medical Malpractice.
Syneisha Bootle

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.
Doneth Cartwright

Doneth Cartwright / Associate

Her areas of specialization include Arbitration, Estate Planning and Probate, Insurance, Family Law including divorces and adoptions, Human Rights Law and Civil Litigation.
Raven Rolle

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.
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