Carlton G. Williams LLB (Hons)
Williams McKoy & Palmer Attorneys-at-Law
Carlton Williams is currently the Managing Partner of the law firm Williams McKoy & Palmer which was founded more than twenty years ago. His field of expertise encompasses a diverse cross-section of legal areas ranging from probating, to civil and criminal litigation.
Prior to forming the law firm Williams McKoy & Palmer, Mr. Williams practiced in chambers with Ian Ramsey Q.C., where he not only appeared in a number of high profile civil and criminal matters, to include the Maurice Bishop murder case in Grenada; but developed his specialty areas of practice in conveyancing and civil litigation.
Mr. Williams is a graduate of the University of the West Indies and the Norman Manley Law School and was admitted to the Jamaican Bar in 1978.
Mr. Williams is an ardent member of the Anglican Church and dedicates his spare time to outreach programs through the Church. He currently a Trustee of the Tourism Workers Pension Scheme serves and is a member of the Bar Association and the Advocates Association of Jamaica. He has served as a member of the governing council of the University of Technology, Chairman of the board of the Papine Secondary School, member of the board of Campion College and Chairman of the disciplinary committee of the Racing Commission.
Mr. Williams is married with three children.