Frigate Bay, St. Kitts



Garth L. Wilkin

Garth L. Wilkin

Garth L. Wilkin

Garth was born in St Kitts, but received his early education in Antigua, Barbados and St Kitts.


He holds a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering (Cum Laude) from Virginia Tech in the USA; a Bachelor of Laws (Hons) from the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus; and a Legal Education Certificate from the Norman Manley Law School.

During his time reading Law, Garth received the following prizes for best results in his class: the Joseph S Archibald QC Prize (Alternative Dispute Resolution); the Michael March Memorial Prize (Law of Remedies); the Hon. Mr Justice Kenneth Smith, OJ Prize (Trial Advocacy); the Chairman’s Prize (Law of Evidence and Forensic Medicine, Law of Remedies and Civil Procedure and Practice 2). Garth graduated from the Norman Manley Law School as a member of the Principal’s Roll of Honour.

He was also an avid mooter, having represented UWI in the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition in Washington DC (2008); and the Norman Manley Law School in the prestigious Margaret Forte Memorial Inter-Schools Mooting Competition in Trinidad and The Bahamas (2010). Garth was also awarded Best 3rd Year Orator and won the 2nd & 3rd year Faculty of Law mooting competitions at UWI Cave Hill.

His article entitled: “The Doctrine of Legitimate Expectations: Its Development as a Fetter on Administrative Action in the Commonwealth Caribbean” was published in the UWI Student Law Review (March/April 2008).

Civil Practice

Garth is admitted to practice in St Kitts, Nevis and Anguilla. His areas of expertise include General Commercial Litigation with emphasis on Banking Litigation, Construction Litigation & Arbitration, Injunctive Relief, Personal Injury, Landlord & Tenant Law and Conveyancing.

Links to some of the published Judgments for matters in which Garth has acted:

William Tyson et al v NAGICO Insurance Co Ltd (re: breach of insurance contract)

Reginald Anthony Hull v The AG of St Kitts et al (re: false imprisonment claim)

Joseph Gaton v Frederick Mike (re: breach of construction contract)

Anguilla Business Services Ltd v St Kitts Scenic Railway Ltd et al (re: striking out a purported CPR Rule 9.7 application)

Anguilla Business Services Ltd v St Kitts Scenic Railway Ltd et al (re: appointment of a Receiver)

Anguilla Business Services Ltd v St Kitts Scenic Railway Ltd et al (re: variation of an injunction)

FirstCaribbean International Bank (Barbados) Limited v Caribbean Building Systems (St. Kitts) Limited (re: CPR Rule 19.3 application to be added as a party)

Criminal Practice

During his first three years of practice, Garth (in addition to civil practice) acted as Crown Counsel Prosecutor in the High Courts of St Kitts, Nevis and Anguilla. He prosecuted in numerous High Court trials of persons indicted for Attempted Murder, Causing Death by Dangerous Driving, Rape, Incest, Unlawful Carnal Knowledge, Indecent Assault, Larceny, Receiving, Counterfeit USD Currency Fraud, Counterfeit US Postal Service Money Order Fraud and Detaining Post Letters.

He also advocated in appeals before the Eastern Caribbean Court of Appeal against conviction and sentence related to persons convicted of Armed Robbery, Burglary, Larceny, Possession & Intent to Supply Drugs, Importation and Possession of Firearms & Ammunition, Counterfeit US Postal Service Money Order Fraud, Receiving, Malicious Grievous Bodily Harm and Wounding with Intent.

Additional Activities

Garth is also a director at Federation Media Group Limited (operating as WINNFM) and Vice President of the Newtown Sports Club. He has represented St Kitts at cricket; Virginia Tech at table tennis; and Harrison College at cricket, track and field, tennis and table tennis.

Danni Maynard

Danni Maynard

Danni Maynard

Ms. Danni Maynard joined Kelsick Wilkin & Ferdinand in August 2017 after completing her studies earlier that year.

She received her formal education in St. Kitts having obtained an Associate Degree in Humanities from the Clarence Fitzroy Bryant College. In 2015, Danni attended The University of the West Indies where she obtained a Bachelor of Laws Degree with Honours. She continued her studies at the Norman Manley Law School in Jamaica where she was awarded the Legal Education Certificate of Merit. In November 2017, she was admitted to practice law in St. Christopher and Nevis.

In her pursuit of Law, Danni was awarded a number of academic prizes and awards, namely, The Hon. Miss Justice Madge Morgan Memorial Prize for her overall preparation, interest and team work in Trial Advocacy, The Clarence Fitzroy Bryant Award for Excellence in Academic Performance, Extra-curricular Activities and Exemplary Conduct, The St. Christopher Heritage Society Award for the best results in CAPE History and The Kelsick, Wilkin & Ferdinand Award for Best results in CAPE Law.

Danni has held a number of posts in various clubs and associations, including, Vice-President of the St. Kitts-Nevis Student Association and Sports & Games Committee Chairperson while at the University of the West Indies and Vice-President of the Norman Manley Law School Debating Society. She is an avid sportswoman having played Lawn Tennis and Table Tennis and represented St. Kitts and Nevis in those disciplines at regional events. She also represented the University of the West Indies at the bi-annual Intercampus Games in 2013 and 2015 as one of the top female tennis players.

Danni has a keen interest in several areas of law including Commercial and Banking Law, Civil Litigation - particularly areas such as Personal Injury and Employment Law. Furthermore, she is interested in Conveyancing, Probate, Trust and Estate Planning.