We are a small team unafraid to take on big challenges. We believe that every client no matter their station in life deserves the very best we can offer.

Our clients know that their cases are not just files to us but that we always consider the impact of the case on their lives. Our goal is to complete the matter within a reasonable time and at a reasonable cost.

Meet Our Team

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Our Partners

Ensuring the firm remains committed to serving our clients whilst positively impacting citizens, communities and the country at large.

Caroline P. Hay KC

Managing Partner

Caroline Patricia Hay K.C. was called to the Jamaican Bar in 1994, the Guyana Bar in 1995 and the Jamaican Inner Bar in 2018. A former Senior Deputy Director of Public Prosecutions within the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions, Kingston, Jamaica, Caroline’s private practice is an increasingly interesting blend of criminal and civil law. Caroline is a civil litigator, instructed in judicial review, injunctions, corporate commercial claims, employment disputes and similar matters. Caroline is also a prosecutor by fiat of the DPP, offering law enforcement and other support in complex fraud investigations, prosecutions and asset recovery. Caroline has practised extensively in the dual fields of Anti Money Laundering/Countering the Financing of Terrorism (AML/CFT) and International Assistance in Criminal Matters. She has been rostered by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) as an Expert on Transnational Organized Crime and International Cooperation.

Caroline is sought after to speak and deliver training on issues arising in AML/CFT compliance, law enforcement and international assistance. She has worked with governmental, regional and international organizations in the field and is assists the AML/CFT regulators and the regulated sector in issues concerning compliance

Caroline is the holder of a Bachelor of Laws with honours from the University of the West Indies and a Certificate of Legal Education from the Norman Manley Law School. She is married to Kenneth and together they parent 5 children. She sits on the Firearm Licencing Authority
Review Board as well on the Board of Directors for the McCam Centre and Covenant City Church in Saint Andrew. She was appointed Queen’s Counsel on July 18, 2018.

Why I love What I do?

– Malcolm X

Kimberley P. McDowell


Graduated from the University of the West Indies in 2006 having successfully completed her studies for a Bachelor of Science Degree in International Relations (major) with minors in Criminology and Political Science (Hons.). Thereafter she obtained a Bachelor of Laws Degree from the University of London in 2008, and after completing Norman Manley Law School in 2011 was admitted to practice law that same year where she worked with a medium sized firm in Kingston practicing Civil Litigation. During her 5 years at the firm she gained considerable experience through her practice in the Resident Magistrate’s Court, the Supreme Court and the Court of Appeal.

Her main areas of practice included debt recovery, landlord and tenant disputes, personal injury, matrimonial proceedings, contentious estate matters, property disputes, fraud and commercial litigation. Some reported cases in which Kimberley has been involved are Freight Management Limited v Caribbean Cement Company Limited [2013] JMCC Comm. 2 heard in the Supreme Court; Caribbean Cement Company Limited v Freight Management Limited [2015] JMCA App 1 heard in the Court of Appeal; Allecia Codner v Owen Codner [2013] JMCA Civ 13 heard in the Court of Appeal; and Shernette Dixon v Holiday Inn [2016] JMSC Civ 55 heard in the Supreme Court. Kimberley has appeared as advocate and lead attorney in a number of trials and applications in the Resident Magistrate Courts & Supreme Court of Jamaica respectively.

Kimberley holds a 2nd Degree black belt in taekwondo and while not practicing law, spends her time as a Taekwondo Instructor at the Sidekicks Taekwondo Association. She is a member in good standing with the Jamaican Bar Association and a former member of the General Legal Council’s Information Technology Sub-Committee.

Why I love What I do?

“It gives me the opportunity to make a positive and meaningful impact in people’s lives by helping to protect their rights and securing their livelihood.”

– Mahatma Ghandi

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Tereece K. Campbell-Wong


Tereece Kimberly Campbell-Wong first obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in International Relations (major) and a minor in Criminology (Hons.). She is also the holder of a Bachelor of Laws degree (LL.B Hons) with First Class Honours from the University of the West Indies. She completed her professional training at the Norman Manley Law School, Kingston Jamaica (NMLS) where she graduated on the Principal’s Roll of Honour. Thereafter, she was admitted to practice in December 2019. Her practice areas include but are not limited to probate, conveyancing, family law, civil litigation – recovery of possession, debt recovery and personal injury.

While at NMLS, Tereece was awarded several prizes namely, The Keith Stanford Sobion Memorial Prize for outstanding overall academic performance and contribution to the NMLS, The Bruce B. Barker Memorial Prize for best performance in Civil Practice and Procedure II, as well as The Michael Nunes Memorial Prize Awarded for outstanding performance in Law of Association.

Why I love What I do?

“It enables me to zealously fight for the rights of those who entrust me with the areas of their lives that are often most important to them, whether it be their family, business or assets.”

– Theodore Roosevelt

Zurie Orlando Johnson


Zurie Orlando Johnson obtained his first Bachelor of Arts degree in Media and Communication from the Caribbean Institute of Media and Communication at the University of the West Indies, Mona. Zurie graduated with First Class Honours and was honoured to be class valedictorian. His second degree was Bachelor of Laws (LL.B Hons), University of the West Indies, Mona. He completed his professional training at the Norman Manley Law School, Kingston Jamaica in 2019 and thereafter was admitted to practice in December 2019. His practice areas include but are not limited to Probate, Conveyancing, Commercial and Employment Law.

A humble super achiever, in 2009 Zurie was awarded the Prime Minister’s Youth Award for Excellence in Academics. In 2011 he was a member of the Jamaica Youth Ambassadors programme where he served as Chief de Mission: Agriculture. He describes volunteerism as being a part of his DNA and tries to serve his community through various outreach initiatives. He credits this passion to his involvement in the United Church in Jamaica and the Cayman Islands. He is from the remote community of Thicketts in St. Ann and strongly believes that every opportunity of growth he is afforded is an example to the youngsters of that community, that their only limitations are the ones they place on themselves.

Why I love What I do?

“Law is about problem solving. It is about asking questions and searching for the answers to make a difference. It gives us the opportunity to contribute to positive change in a holistic way for the benefit of the larger community.”

– Atticus Finch, Jean Harper’s “To Kill a Mockingbird”

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Andrew Mitchell KC


Andrew Mitchell KC is a Barrister known worldwide for his expansive knowledge of proceeds of crime regimes and litigation.

For over 30 years, much of Andrew’s practice has involved civil and criminal matters relating to the proceeds of crime. During this time, he has advised and/or represented government authorities seeking restraint and forfeiture of criminal proceeds (whether through criminal or civil process) as well as private litigants opposing such process within the United Kingdom and other nations who are members of the Commonwealth of Nations.

He has appeared in more than 10 cases UK Supreme Court (including the House of Lords its predecessor) involving the proceeds of crime, as well as the Privy Council, where together with Caroline Hay KC he acted for MOCA in their appeal against a decision of the Court of Appeal of Jamaica.

Andrew has also advised and represented the Government of the United Kingdom with respect to the execution of external requests for mutual legal assistance concerning the restraint and forfeiture of the proceeds of crime, including a request for assistance in forfeiture matters concerning an Antiguan financial institution (Stanford International Bank) and multi-jurisdictional issues of mutual legal assistance, insolvency and forfeiture law.

He assisted the US Government with expert evidence in a forfeiture matter. As well as representing the Government of the United States of America he has also represented the Governments of South Africa and India in the Court of Appeal in England and Wales, and the House of Lords, in relation to matters touching and concerning proceeds of crime.

He was a consultant to the Government of the Commonwealth of Bahamas when they sought assistance on the drafting of new proceeds of crime legislation. He chaired the panel of leading experts for the Commonwealth Secretariat (including the UN and IMF) to prepare and present the world standard model legislation on proceeds of crime, money laundering and terrorist financing. It is a published modular law.

Andrew is admitted to practice in Grenada, the British Virgin Islands and the Turks & Caicos Islands. He has appeared in cases in the British Virgin Islands, Grenada, Trinidad and Tobago, Cayman Islands and the Turks and Caicos Islands.

In addition to being the first Head of Chambers at 32 Furnival St, where he remains a Tennant, he is a member of Chambers in Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago. He is also “of counsel” to an International firm of Attorneys Cohen & Gresser (New York, Washington, London and Paris).

He remains engaged as Leading Counsel on behalf of the Crown in a case of public corruption in the Turks and Caicos Islands.


Known as the standout leader in the field, he earns unanimous praise from clients and fellow barristers for his POCA work.

“He is very much a figurehead and a presidential type figure. Because he’s so well respected, he offers those that instruct him great presence in court.”

A “Star Individual”, “King of POCA”, “the godfather of the area”, “Absolutely and unequivocally the obvious choice for POCA” and “Very knowledgeable and well respected by the judiciary”(Chambers and Partners 2012 – 22)

Sought after to advise on multi-jurisdictional investigations into allegations of fraud and corruption. His fraud practice is complemented by his POCA expertise. “As a leader, he stands out as an exemplar of the highest calibre of barrister… A lawyer with a superb mind that he puts to great effect.”…”Very practical and good with clients”. (Legal 500 2013-22).

Other Achievements

Since 1992, Andrew has been a co-author of a legal textbook on the developing confiscation law in England and Wales: Mitchell, Taylor and Talbot, Confiscation and the Proceeds of Crime – considered one of the leading legal textbooks on proceeds of crime (whether criminal or civil) and has been quoted in Court decisions from time to time with approval.

Andrew has lectured extensively on matters relating to the proceeds of crime for the United Nations Drug Control Programme, the Commonwealth Secretariat, the International Monetary Fund, the Australian Anti-Money Laundering Programme, The Caribbean Anti-Money Laundering Programme, the Pacific Anti-Money Laundering Programme, the East African Anti-Money Laundering Group, and the South African National Prosecuting Authority Proceeds of Crime Division.

He has lectured and run workshops in the Caribbean and have been a guest lecturer at the OECS Bar Association annual conference in 2009, 2014 and 2015 regarding asset forfeiture law. He has lectured and taught at judicial workshops regarding proceeds of crime law, for judges of the following jurisdictions, inter alia, OECS, Trinidad and Tobago, Jamaica, Zimbabwe, South Africa, Mauritius, Palau, Papua New Guinea, Sri Lanka, Solomon Islands and Fiji.

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