Ruel Woolcock & Co.

Jamaican Real Estate Attorneys

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Ruel Woolcock LL.B (Hons)

Ruel Woolcock graduated from the Norman Manley Law School in 1999 and was admitted to the Bar in September 1999. Immediately Ruel went into private practice with the firm Henlin Gibson Henlin where he worked primarily as a court room litigator in both criminal and civil proceedings. In late 2000 he joined the government in the Ministry of Housing as a Real estate Attorney and Conveyancer. During that time Ruel gained significant experience and expertise in the major areas of Real Estate Law, Contracts and the Law of Succession  having worked on major joint venture projects involving the Governement and Private Real Estate Developers. Ruel also negotiated many major land sales and acquisitions on behalf of the Government during his tenure with the Ministry of Housing and has developed a healthy working relationship with major players in the Real Estate industry such as the National Housing Trust, Jamaica Mortgage Bank, Housing Agency of Jamaica, Taxpayer Audit and Assessment Department, Office of Titles as well as the major Building Societies and a host of other entities/individuals. Ruel is the consumate professional who prides himself in offering fast and efficient service to his many clients who hail from not only Jamaica but also, England, the United States, Holland, Canada, the Cayman Islands, St. Marteen and other caribbean territories. This wide cross section of clients underscores the ability of Ruel to adapt and relate to almost anyone - from major corporate entities to the average man.

Deidre K.A. Coy LL.B

Deidre was admitted to practise law in September 2002. Her career has been a wide ranging one having practised in the Civil and Criminal Courts. Between 2002 and 2004 she worked as a general practitioner at the private Bar with an emphasis on civil procedure and conveyancing. In fact Deidre is considered an expert in personal injury matters having recovered millions of dollars on behalf of innocent victims of motor vehicle collisions, employees injured on the job due to unsafe systems of work etc. Like her partner Deidre, who embraces a profound devotion  to pursue justice on behalf of the disenfranchised and the victims of crime, joined the ranks of the Government services in the Ministry of Justice where she served as a criminal prosecutor for more than two years. During that time Deidre has been credited for the tireless and fearless performance of her duties in bringing the perpetrators of crime to justice. Deidre has demonstrated a superb ability and flexibility to practise in any area of the law and is an important assest to our Firm.