Lynette is Lead Counsel for EASTMOND & CO. and has applied her legal skills in the taxation, corporate law, financial services regulations, trade, utility regulation, intellectual property and entertainment and media law. She has also engaged in litigation before Tribunals through to the Supreme Court of Judicature.
She was a Senior International Tax Manager with the firm PriceWaterhouseCoopers advising on tax and corporate matters. She then became Director of International Business where she negotiated both trade and tax agreements and formulated policy.
She served as Senator in the Barbados Legislature and Minister of Commerce, Consumer Affairs and Business Development in the Executive branch of the Barbados Government. Lynette Eastmond served as a Research Fellow for the International Fiscal Association, Rotterdam, the Netherlands, and attended the University of the West Indies and the University of London.
She has written many articles including The Public International Law Aspects of Some Transfer Pricing Issues published in the Bulletin of the International Bureau of Fiscal Documentation.
Raquel was called to the Bar in St. Kitts and later in 2018 was called to the Barbados Bar.
Raquel loves researching complex issues which is a great access to the practice. She has a particular liking for criminal law but also practices in other areas of the law including Family Law, Estates and Personal Injuries.
She has also developed an expertise in dealing with land matters including the restoration of title deeds and conveyancing.
Raquel has also acted as a Consultant in the field of Human Resources Management and has developed an expertise in Labour Law.
Raquel attended Queen's College and the University of the West Indies and joined Eastmond & Co. in 2018.
Rachelle earned a Bachelor of Laws degree from the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus.
She was called to the Barbados Bar in October 2019. Her expertise lies in corporate, probate, family and criminal law.
Ms. Ward has appeared both in the High Court and in Magistrates' Court.
She attended the Combermere School before attending the UWI. Rachelle attended the Sir Hugh Wooding Law School in Trinidad & Tobago and joined Eastmond & Co. in 2019.