CALC - Consultant Legislative Counsel
The following Consultant Legislative Counsel are available to perform contract drafting. If you are interested in obtaining their services, you should contact them directly.
CALC offers no warranty as to the skills or experience of any of the Consultant Legislative Counsel listed here.
Jonothan Abbott has more than 20 years of legislative drafting experience, mostly as drafting counsel with the Department of Justice, Hong Kong. Since leaving that office in 2005 he has undertaken project and contract drafting work, both in Hong Kong and elsewhere. His drafting experience covers a wide range of subjects, including intellectual property, banking, shipping, implementation of international treaties, privatisation of state-owned entities and anti-corruption legislation. Jonothan can be contacted at: email@example.com or by phone on (852) 9272-5492
Brian Crozier was the Director of Legal Drafting (the chief legislative drafter) in Zimbabwe from 1989 until he resigned in 2000. Before taking up that position, he worked as a public prosecutor and legal adviser in Rhodesia/Zimbabwe. Brian is available for individual drafting assignments, preferably ones that could be carried out in Zimbabwe. However, he would consider assignments requiring work outside Zimbabwe for up to 2 months at a time. Contact Brian at firstname.lastname@example.org.
More details are available in the following document: Brian Crozier CV
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Clive Grenyer spent 21 years undertaking parliamentary work in the United Kingdom, most recently dealing with Home Office Services, followed by five years as First Legislative Counsel with the Cayman Islands Government, three years as a legislative draftsman in Jersey, and a year as First Parliamentary Counsel in Antigua and Barbuda. He was also a member of the team that drafted the new constitution for Kenya, and is currently an independent consultant, and, as such, has drafted legislation for various Commonwealth Governments, and constitutions for international organisations. Contact him at email@example.com, or by phone on +44-1892-533734. He is available for individual assignments or short or long term contracts world-wide.
Susan Larsen has more than 20 years of legislative drafting experience, including at the Australian Office of Parliamentary Counsel (under Peter Quiggin) and Queensland Office of Parliamentary Counsel (under John Leahy and Peter Drew). Since 2005, she has been a consultant legislative drafter and policy advisor on projects funded by the ADB, AusAID, DFID, EU, NZAID, USAID and World Bank in Africa, Asia, Europe and the Pacific. She is available for assignments worldwide, including when permanent staff are on unpaid leave, for example. Her email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
Carol Bernard Madden has more than 18 years of legislative drafting experience, mostly as Parliamentary Counsel (at various levels) within the Office of the Parliamentary Counsel, Jamaica. Since leaving that office in 2007 she has undertaken Consultancies, in Jamaica and in the Caribbean, both as an individual and jointly with a Consulting firm. Her drafting experience covers a wide range of subjects, including Public Sector Modernisation, Civil Aviation, Municipalities, Electoral Matters, Consumer Protection, Food Safety, Financial Services, Constitutional Amendments, Alternative Dispute Resolution and the Caribbean Single Market Economy. She is also engaged in projects requiring legal research, prime of which has culminated in the book “Strengthening Jamaica’s Conflict of Interest Rules”. Carol may be contacted at: email@example.com or by phone on (876) 908-1035.
Donald L. Revell offers a full range of legislative drafting and management consulting services. With over 30 years of drafting experience, including 18 as Ontario’s Chief Legislative Counsel, Don is experienced in dealing with complex and politically sensitive matters both as a senior manager and a drafter. He has headed major legislative translation and revision projects. He has led major publishing projects for both print and on line products. He has also taught legislative drafting and acted as a management consultant for several governments. Don is based in Toronto, Canada , and can be reached through his website at www.writelaw.com.
Bilika H. Simamba is a British and Canadian trained legislative counsel who has drafted legislation full-time in the Commonwealth for over two decades. He has worked in the British Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, Guyana as well as Zambia, where he was Chief Parliamentary Draftsman. Bilika has also undertaken long and short-term consultancies for the World Bank, Commonwealth Fund for Technical Cooperation and other international organizations. He is interested in short-term drafting work worldwide, but especially in Africa and the Caribbean, as well as in helping developing jurisdictions prepare materials to improve their legislative systems on the executive side of government. His e-mails are firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com . More details on his background and published works can be sourced through his website http://149108.myauthorsite.com/index.php?page_id=1 and the following document: Bilika Simamba CV
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Robin Webster MBE RD FCIArb is currently Course Director of the 3-month Commonwealth Programme for Legislative Drafters in Caribbean Countries, held at the University of Guyana. When not running that Course he is available for individual drafting assignments, either from his home base in Scotland or for assignments overseas for short periods. He was recently Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Tonga. Before that his career included spells drafting legislation in Scotland, Westminster, Seychelles, Kenya and Tuvalu, where he was Attorney-General. He can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
More details of his qualifications and experience are available in the following document: Robin Webster CV
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