Hamilton Webster Chambers & Co. is a leading provider of commercial,
corporate and property law services, with offices in
continental Europe and Africa.
Distinguished by excellence and industry, we provide
a comprehensive range of specialist legal services for
The firm is divided into specialist departments within
commercial, litigation, property and Labour Matters. Within
each of these areas of law we have established certain
further areas of specialty, including but not limited
to banking, tax, environmental law, liquidation and
insolvency, construction and finance, information business,
structured finance and project finance.
Gabriel-Whyte Braithwaite LLb., BL, LLM, PHD, Principal
of Hamilton Webster Chambers & Co. heads the firm's businesses
in continental Europe with offices in Amsterdam and
Brussels. The partners and associates in this department
have considerable experience in dealing with significant
commercial matters of almost all types.
Hamilton Webster Chambers & Co. has launched a new Tax Initiative,
given the paradigm shift in consulting needs caused
by developments in countries with changing tax laws.
In a bold move to ensure world-class service to clients
in a complex tax environment, Hamilton Webster Chambers & Co.
has brought on board experienced tax consultants with
proven track records. This unit is headed by Alpheus Silver.
Our banking and structured finance department is headed
by Mr. Jereton Marierie LLb., BL, Jr., . Marierie has vast
experience in this field of law. He has for many years
represented the business community and is supported
by a number of banking law specialists. He also
in project finance and related contractual issues.
A number of partners attend to Exchange Control matters
on behalf of a variety of local and overseas corporate
Hamilton Webster Chambers & Co. has for many years enjoyed
a reputation both in Sub-sahara Africa and overseas.
The firm has representation in Europe and several African
countries. These countries include, Botswana, Côte
d'Ivoire, Egypt, Ghana, Kenya, Lesotho, Malawi, Mauritius,
Mozambique, Morocco, Namibia, Senegal, Swaziland, Tanzania,
Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe.