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New Law Firm Opens Its Doors

Sabals Law Firm. Photo:supplied
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI - SABALS Law, a firm focused on client service and advocating for clients both in and outside of the courtroom, today announced the opening of its office on the 2nd Floor of the Abbott Building along Waterfront Drive and Main Street - across the street from both the Road Town Ferry Terminal and the High Court Registry.

The SABALS team of lawyers have tremendous depth of experience in the practice of law in the BVI and the wider Caribbean. Senior Partner Sydney A Bennett QC has been practicing law for upwards of 33 years - 24 years in the BVI. Bennett is one of the leading litigators and lawyers in the BVI and Caribbean having successfully advised and represented a wide range of clients in these regions.

SABALS Managing Partner Anthea Smith has been in the legal field for 18 years - 11 of those years as a practicing lawyer. Over the years Smith has been advisor to and has represented a number of businesses, corporate professionals, property companies, one of the leading Banks in the BVI and many others in the Territory. 

Corine George has also joined the legal team as Associate. George regularly appears before the Magistrate's Court and  High Court in respect of a wide range of civil and criminal litigation.

SABALS has at the core of its existence not only quality legal service but also quality client service.

The SABALS Team may be contacted at:

Telephone: 494-8174/494-8175. Fax: 494-8176 Email:


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