Hector Robinson KC

Partner  |  Mourant


Commercial Litigation

Estates: Contentious

Trusts: Contentious

Office Location

Cayman Islands

Short Biography

I am a partner in Mourant's Litigation and ITPC practice group in the Cayman Islands. I was appointed Queen's Counsel in 2017. My work is now primarily focused on advising and representing trustees, settlors and beneficiaries in complex cross-border trust and estate disputes. My practice also covers regulatory investigations and litigation, insolvency disputes, fraud and asset tracing, and receiverships. I regularly appear as an advocate before the Cayman Islands Grand Court and Court of Appeal. I am the current Chairman of the Cayman Islands Law Reform Commission.

What is your favorite restaurant to take a client or colleague to?

The Lobster Pot, George Town, Grand Cayman

What is the best piece of advice you have ever received?

Be courteous to all your colleagues. You can never tell who will become a judge one day.

What was your first job?

Clerk in the Office of the Collector of Taxes, Morant Bay, St Thomas, Jamaica

What is the book you recommend to everyone?

Outliers, by Malcolm Gladwell

What changes do you expect to see in your practice over the next year?

Increased difficulty to recruit and retain associates.