Conyers is pleased to announce that Rowana-Kay Campbell has joined the Cayman Islands office as an Associate in the Litigation and Restructuring team. Rowana-Kay was called to the Cayman Islands Bar in August 2022, and has previously been admitted as an attorney in both Jamaica and St. Lucia.
Rowana-Kay’s practice covers a wide range of commercial and civil litigation matters, including insolvency proceedings and shareholder disputes, as well as public law and regulatory disputes.
Rowana-Kay previously practiced in Saint Lucia and the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court, where she regularly advised public and private clients including clients in the financial, energy and tourism sector. She frequently appeared as Counsel before the High Court, Commercial Court and Court of Appeal.
Rowana-Kay is a graduate of the University of the West Indies, Norman Manley Law School, and Oxford University, where she obtained a merit in the world-renowned post-graduate BCL degree (Bachelor of Civil Law).
In addition to her professional work, Rowana-Kay is a founding member of the Oxford Law Black Alumni group (OLBA), which provides a platform for Black students and alumni of Oxford Law to connect with each other, support current students, and build a global professional network. Rowana-Kay has also served as an adjunct tutor for Tort Law, Contract Law, and Public International Law at the University of the West Indies.
“We are delighted to expand our team with the addition of Rowana-Kay” said Alex Potts, QC, Partner and Head of Cayman Islands Litigation & Restructuring. “Her extensive litigation experience, and her strong academic background, will further strengthen our position in the market”.