Leslie-Ann Seon PRINCIPAL
Leslie-Ann Seon is the founder of the firm, a strong proponent of integrity in practice - a forceful personality with a mischievous sense of humour.
She currently practices in the areas of commercial law, real estate, equity and debt financing, corporate advisory work, insolvency, employment law and civil litigation.
No matter the profile of the client, as Grenada Counsel, she has zealously represented financial institutions, statutory bodies, private companies, non-profit organizations, multinational corporations, high net worth individuals, and the disadvantaged.
Leslie-Ann has worked regularly with regional and international law firms in a variety of local and cross border legal matters involving corporate finance, mergers and acquisitions, commercial and real estate transactional work, and multijurisdictional insolvency proceedings.
In her spare time, Leslie-Ann enjoys spending time with family and friends, travelling, and volunteer work. She is an avid sports enthusiast and a die-hard cricket fan, despite the demise of West Indies cricket! She has a passion for politics, Caribbean integration, French cuisine, and supporting worthy social causes.
Leslie-Ann is admitted to practice at the Bars of Grenada, Barbados, and the British Virgin Islands.
Grenada Bar Association, member
OECS Bar Association, member
Republic Bank Grenada Limited (Director 2015 -)
Grenada Industrial Development Corporation (Chairman 2013 -)
Honorary Consul of Chile to Grenada 2014 -
Westmorland School Board of Directors (Director 2012-2015)
Grenada Group Home For Boys Inc (Founding Member 2013)
General Legal Council, member 2013-2015
Grenada Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Director 2010-2012)
Child Welfare Authority (Chairman 2009-2011)
Grenada Parliament (President of the Senate 2004-2006)
Grenada Airports Authority (Director 1997-1999) (Deputy Chairman 1999-2001)
UWI Guild of Graduates (1st Vice-President 1995-1997)
BA, (Hons) University of the West Indies, 1988
LLB,(Hons) University of the West Indies, 1991
LEC Hugh Wooding Law School 1993
British Virgin Islands 2002