Recent News & Announcements
Graham Thompson Donates Books to the Uriah McPhee Primary School and to the Volunteer Reading Project
In The Tribune’s May 25 2018, Weekend section, Sir Christopher Ondaatje recalls the outstanding career and legacy of the Bahamian Attorney.
Ryan Pinder gave a presentation titled “Understanding Opportunities, Building Success”, and discussed the planned $55 million expansion and development of the Harbour Island Club and Marina.
Tanya Hanna and Aliya Allen are slated to present at this year’s STEP Caribbean Conference.
The law firm of Graham Thompson congratulates its Moot team on a very strong showing in this year’s joint Moot on matters related to trusts and estate planning.
The law firm of Graham Thompson has teamed up with the Bahamas National Sailing School (BNSS), as a sponsor of the sailing organisation’s School Sports programme.
Graham Thompson attorneys Zia Lewis and Taccara Wright will be installed as President and Vice President of the Grand Bahama Chapter of the International Federation of Women Lawyers (FIDA).
Aliya Allen, a partner at Graham Thompson and member of the firm’s Finance department, will present at the Royal Fidelity Bahamas Economic Outlook (BEO) conference.
On Saturday thousands of runners will race in the 8th annual Susan G, Komen Bahamas Race for the Cure in New Providence.
Graham Thompson Managing Partner Judy Whitehead will present at the 27th Bahamas Business Outlook
Three Graham Thompson attorneys were recognised among Citywealth’s IFC Top 200 Powerwomen for 2017.
This past fall, Graham Thompson attorneys enjoyed a little adventure and animation with storybook classics like Green Eggs and Ham by Dr. Seuss and Julia Cook’s My Mouth is a Volcano.
For the eighteenth consecutive year, Graham Thompson recognises outstanding academic performances by top students of the Eugene Dupuch Law School.
Graham Thompson senior partner Robert Adams was recognised for his outstanding contributions to the Grand Bahamian business community
Graham Thompson attorney and partner Ryan Pinder was recognised by the Bahamas Financial Services Board for his work on the BFSB’s CRS legal committee.