Kaveeta joined the Firm in September 2009 and is a Partner in the Firm’s Litigation Department. She acts as Instructing Attorney in a wide variety of matters, ranging from commercial debt collection, breach of contract, mortgagee actions, personal injury, contentious probate, medical negligence, judicial review, insurance, employment and property matters. As an experienced Instructing Attorney, Kaveeta is responsible for drafting and filing court documents for High Court, Court of Appeal and Privy Council matters, preparing legal briefs, managing court deadlines, legal research and providing legal advice to her clients, who include local, international and multinational corporations, banking institutions, airlines, insurance companies, small businesses and individuals. Kaveeta has also been successful in reaching satisfactory negotiated out-of-court settlements for her clients.

Kaveeta leads the Firm’s Immigration Law portfolio which involves advising on and processing work permit applications and related issues for expatriate employees of local and foreign companies, residency applications, immigration issues, such as extensions of stay for foreign nationals and immigration bond applications.

Kaveeta also works in the Firm’s Commercial Department and has advised on pension plan issues, corporate registrations, data protection, privacy and other regulatory and statutory enactments.

Kaveeta’s educational background in Economics/Management informs her practice and ensures that she provides her clients with real-world, practical advice and effective and viable solutions in their litigation matters. Kaveeta’s motivation is to always provide efficient and quality service to her clients in as timely a manner as possible.

Kaveeta is a keen reader, loves movies and travels whenever the opportunity presents itself.


  • Litigation
  • Commercial
  • Immigration


  • Trinidad and Tobago – 2009


  • St. Olaf College, Minnesota, USA – B.A. (Econ)
  • University of the West Indies- LL.B.
  • Hugh Wooding Law School - LEC


  • Trinidad and Tobago Law Association