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Brent Kevin Ali, Attorney-at-law, is a Trinidad based lawyer with a practice in Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, who offers professional legal advice with more than 20 years of legal experience advising individuals, small businesses, and multi-national companies. Specializing in property law, commercial law, civil litigation, employment law, arbitration and alternative dispute resolution, family law, land disputes, contentious probate practice, and non-contentious practice.

Brent Kevin Ali, Attorney-at-law, Trinidad Lawyer, is dedicated to providing high-quality legal services tailored to meet the specific needs of each client. Our firm is committed to delivering personalized attention and effective solutions to the most complex legal matters.

With a focus on integrity, professionalism, and excellence, Brent Kevin Ali, Attorney-at-law, strives to be a trusted legal partner and lawyer for individuals and businesses seeking reliable legal representation in Trinidad and Tobago.

At Brent Kevin Ali, Attorney-at-law, we understand the complexities of the legal system and are passionate about advocating for our clients' rights and interests. Contact us to discuss your legal concerns and explore how we can assist you.


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Brent Kevin Ali

About Brent

Brent Kevin Ali is a seasoned Lawyer/Attorney-at-Law with over 20 years of experience of practice in the courts of Trinidad and Tobago and experience in the fields of civil litigation, corporate, commercial, and banking law. He has a unique combination of professional qualifications and international exposure that sets him apart from his peers.


Brent graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Management Studies from the University of the West Indies. He then became a Chartered Accountant, obtaining his designation from the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants. He pursued his passion for law and earned his Bachelor of Laws from the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus, Barbados. He completed his legal training at the Hugh Wooding Law School where he obtained his Legal Education Certificate.


Brent started his career as an auditor and business advisor at PricewaterhouseCoopers in Port of Spain, Trinidad. In 2003 he was admitted to practice as an Attorney-at-Law in Trinidad and Tobago and commenced practice at Trinity Chambers. He then moved to London, England, where he worked as at Norton Rose, a leading international law firm. He joined Morgan Stanley, a global financial services company, as a compliance officer and regulatory specialist. He returned to Trinidad and Tobago and established his own law practice where he provides legal advice and represents clients in various sectors and industries.

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