Saul Froomkin QC Joins ISIS Law

February 1, 2012

Former Attorney General Saul Froomkin QC has joined ISIS Law Limited.

ISIS Law Director, Sharon Beesley, said, “Saul has a wealth of experience and we are very excited that he is joining the ISIS Law team. Saul will lead our litigation department and will provide great value to our clients.”

Saul Froomkin is one of the most experienced and well-known lawyers on the island. After practising law in Manitoba for 8 years, he spent 9 years in the Government of Canada as a Senior Advisory Counsel in the Civil Litigation Section, then as Director or Criminal Law for the Department of Justice.

Mr Froomkin moved to Bermuda in 1978 where he served as Solicitor General from 1978 to 1981 and Attorney General from 1981 to 1991 before joining Mello Jones and Martin.

Mr Froomkin was a Partner at Mello Jones and Martin for 20 years in the litigation department before joining ISIS Law.

Mr Froomkin said, “I am extremely pleased to be joining ISIS Law which is such an innovative firm.”

In addition, their former pupil Stephanie Paiva Sanderson, has joined as a new Associate and Jane Walker as a Senior Corporate Attorney.

Marco Montarsolo, Director of ISIS Law, added: “We are excited to be welcoming Jane Walker to our corporate team. Jane was a Senior Associate at Appleby and is highly regarded for corporate restructuring, mergers and asset-financed transactions. In addition, we are delighted that Stephanie Paiva Sanderson decided to remain with ISIS Law as an Associate after her pupillage completed.”

Reflecting on the expansion, Ms Beesley said “We are proud that ISIS Law’s business model seeks to combine the highest professional standards with a commitment to corporate social responsibility.

“ISIS Law, as part of the ISIS Group, is linked to The ISIS Foundation, an international development organisation whose mission is to make a positive difference to the lives of children living in poverty in Nepal and Uganda through education, healthcare and community development projects.”

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  1. employees says:

    Hmm, I wonder if he’ll continuing giving the Auditor General his “unbiased” advice.

    • all clogged up says:

      lol….stupess….but I like the way he parted way with his old partners….every detail kept in-house, not a hint of dirty laundry….maybe our government can learn something hear….UBP where ultimate pros at that game. But no, “we” have to let everybody know everything ;-)

  2. Hmmmmm says:

    Only in Bermuda could this acrimonious and very contentious break up be cast in such a positive light. It is sickening to read all this happiness and light when “the street” is abuzz with the real story. Lest anyone not be convinced of the media’s bias in this country, this story is the perfect example of how people are treated differently in similar situations. A plague on all your houses.

  3. verbal kint says:

    So Hmmmmm, what is the buzz on the street?

  4. verbal kint says:

    I saw Saul on the news last night and he seemed more than a little p***ed off. Be sure to tune in tonight for part two of the interview.