Vishma was called to the bar in 1999. Vishma’s areas of practice are corporate and commercial law, including commercial litigation, and employment law.

She is regularly involved in complex commercial transactions including corporate restructurings (including asset and share purchase transactions) and advising on a myriad of employment law issues. She also advises on and drafts almost every species of commercial contract (such as PPP’s, distribution contracts, employment contracts and building contracts (using the FIDIC and other forms of contract)).

Vishma is the Firm’s Lead Attorney/Partner  in  advising  and representing the Firm’s clients which includes multinational clients including in  the oil and gas and aviation sector as well as statutory corporations in all employment and industrial  relations matters including advising  and managing reorganizations including  retrenchment  exercises and voluntary separation of employment programmes (in unionized and non-unionized  environments) and  drafting relevant documents to implement such exercises.

Vishma also maintains a robust practice at the Industrial Court for  corporate clients including multinational clients in the oil and gas sector well as statutory corporations defending   trade disputes.

Vishma is also the Firm’s Lead Attorney in  drafting, negotiating and advising  clients on Construction Contracts including the FIDIC suite of contracts.

Vishma is the holder of a degree in Sociology and of a first-class degree in Law from the University of the West Indies and of a Certificate of Merit from the Council of Legal Education.

Vishma offers out-of-the box and innovative solutions to complex client problems, whilst staying true to sound intellectual foundations. She is known among her peers and clients alike to be methodical and meticulous in her work and for her “always get it right” credo.


  • Corporate/Commercial
  • Litigation
  • Employment/Labour


  • Trinidad and Tobago – 1999


  • University of the West Indies – B.Sc.
  • University of West Indies – LL.B.
  • Hugh Wooding Law School – LEC


  • Trinidad and Tobago Law Association