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Led by Directors Ms Juliana Snelling and Mr Paul Harshaw, Canterbury Law Ltd is an all-Bermudian premier boutique law firm specializing in civil litigation and employment law.
With some 45 years of combined experience at the Bermuda Bar, Ms Snelling and Mr Harshaw provide knowledgeable, personal and practical legal advice and representation in a range of matters pertaining to Employment and Labour, Civil and Commercial Litigation and Arbitration disputes, Human Rights, Public Law/Judicial Review, Insolvency/Bankruptcy, Defamation, Contract Law, Property & Estate Disputes, Personal Injury, Negligence and more.
The Directors are joined by Associate Attorney, Ms Julica “Jules” Harvey. Called to the Bar in February 2019, Ms Harvey received a B.A in Sociology from the University of Western Ontario and then obtained a Bachelor of Laws and then a Post-graduate Diploma and Master of Laws at the University of Law in 2017 (formerly The College of Law). The Firm is also excited to welcome law pupil Ms Gambrill Robinson who sports a Bachelor of Arts and Commerce in Economics and Art History from Washington and Lee University, a Graduate Diploma in Law (with distinction) from BPP University and a Master of Laws in Professional Legal Practice (with distinction) from the University of Law.
Canterbury Law is Bermuda’s exclusive Employment Law Alliance (ELA. Law) partner, giving the firm access to the world’s largest network of labour and employment law experts. With industry-leading professionals in all US states and Canadian provinces and over 135 countries, the ELA provides multistate and multinational employers and employees with streamlined, cost-effective services that complement Canterbury’s deep familiarity with Bermuda’s local laws and court/ tribunal procedures. If you have a legal dispute that brings into play another country’s laws, Canterbury Law can liaise directly with its personal lawyer contacts in that country to ensure efficient and comprehensive multi-national advice.