Alice Carver

Telephone

(345) 946-1577

Practice Areas

Litigation and Dispute Resolution, Regulation and Compliance, Commercial Disputes, Strata Disputes, Personal Injury, Employment Relations and Family Law


Alice graduated from the University of Sussex with a 1st class honours degree. She was called to the Bar of England and Wales in 2011 having practiced from the highly respected Drystone Chambers (formerly 1 Paper Buildings).

In June 2015 Alice was admitted to practise in the Cayman Islands and joined Priestleys from another local law firm in July 2016. The focus of Alice’s practice is commercial litigation and general civil litigation.

Commercial Litigation

Alice acts in a number of our complex commercial disputes, including those relating to companies listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. She assisted in our representation of the Liquidation Committee for a US based mutual fund with international assets and also acts in a number of our other insolvency matters. Alice has advised several interested parties in relation to Ahmad Hamad Al Gosaibi and Brothers v Saad Investments Company Limited and others, a conspiracy to defraud over US$5 billion in a complex fraud across multiple jurisdictions.

General Civil Litigation

Alice accepts instructions in all aspects of general civil litigation. She has a particular interest in strata matters and personal injury but also has experience in employment, contract, construction disputes, real estate, personal injury, immigration, and family law.

Alice regularly advises and represents stratas in a range of strata issues including challenges to the bye-laws, compliance with relevant legislation and the recovery of overdue Strata fees, particularly where matters are complicated by proprietors residing out of the jurisdiction. She has acted in a wide a range of personal injury matters including clinical negligence cases, road traffic accidents and slip and fall matters. She acted in the first conditional fee agreement for a personal injury matter in the Cayman Islands.