Trudy-Ann Dixon Frith
Trudy-Ann Dixon Frith is a seasoned litigator and an experienced general and civil practitioner, who worked as Assistant Attorney General at the Attorney General’s Chambers, prior to joining DunnCox.
She has appeared before the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council and acted as lead counsel at civil trials at first instance courts and tribunals, as well as at the Court of Appeal. Her professional experience is extensive and includes the conduct of complex commercial litigation; the provision of legal advice/opinions to various companies and other financial institutions, government ministries, departments and agencies on a wide range of civil matters encompassing the interpretation and application of various legislation as well as conducting litigation in various areas including financing and banking law; corporate governance; telecommunications regulatory law; administrative and public law (judicial review and constitutional motions); extradition matters; injunctions; land law (including compulsory acquisition of land); trust law; general commercial law; government procurement procedures; employment and labour relations law and general contract and tort law (including medical negligence and other personal injuries matters).
Trudy-Ann Dixon Frith is a Partner and member of the firm’s Litigation and Alternative Dispute Resolution Department.
Trudy-Ann is a member of the Civil Procedure Rules and Constitutional Committees of the Jamaican Bar Association and has served as a member of its Medico-Legal Committee. She is also a member of the Information Technology sub-committee of the General Legal Council and a former Executive Secretary of the Legal Officers’ Staff Association.
A board member of a community development organization for inner city communities and a mentor attached to Youth Opportunities Unlimited, Trudy-Ann is also trained in alternative dispute resolution techniques.
Jamaican Bar, 2005
Legal Education Certificate, Norman Manley Law School, 2005
LL.B., University of the West Indies, 2003
Civil and commercial litigation