Attorney Profile:

Stacy A. Richards-Roach

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Biography

Lecturer, A-Level Law Antigua State College, 1994-1996. Associate of Hill & Hill, Solicitors, Areas of Practice, Extensive practice in Magistrate's and High Courts of Antigua and Labour Tribunals, 1994-1999. Secretary, Antigua and Barbuda Bar Association. Member, Constitutional Review Commission, 2002. Corporate and Commercial Law Counsel and the Founding Member of Offshore Incorporators Ltd.

Areas of Practice (12)

  • Corporate Law
  • Commercial Law
  • Banking Law
  • Company Formation
  • International Business Corporations
  • Company Administration
  • Debt Collections
  • Real Estate
  • Trademarks
  • Patents
  • Labour Relations
  • Ship and Yacht Registrations

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
268-562-1705  Phone
www.antigualaw.com
Law School Attended:
University of the West Indies, Company Law, Hons, 1992; University of the West Indies, Revenue Law, Hons, 1992; Norman Manley Law School, Jamaica, Legal Education Certificate, 1994
Admission:
1992, Antigua
Languages:
English
Birth Information:
Antigua, Citizen of Montserrat, British West Indies
ISLN:
914253295

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