Cindy Herbert

Cindy Herbert

Cindy Herbert, Grenadian by birth and also a citizen of St. Christopher (St. Kitts) and Nevis, is an Attorney-at-law admitted to practice in the jurisdictions of St. Kitts and Nevis and Grenada. Cindy was called to the Grenada Bar in 2008 and the St. Christopher and Nevis Bar in 2011.
Cindy Herbert joined the JHT Law team in July 2011 and is a Notary Public for the Federation of St. Kitts and Nevis. Cindy is the consummate legal professional who seeks to improve her knowledge base and experience in key areas of legal discipline. Her practice areas include but are not limited to citizenship by investment and immigration matters, civil and commercial litigation, family law, intellectual property law, conveyancing, mortgages and real property law, contract law, administration of estates, legal research, drafting of legal documents and preparation of legal opinions.
Cindy is an avid advocate and has represented her clients at the Court of Appeal, High Court and Magistrate’s Court level in diverse areas of the law including defamation, personal injury, breach of contract, family matters and debt collection. She has successfully sought and recovered on her client’s behalf damages worth over a million dollars and zealously represents her clients regardless of the nature of the matter or the quantum claimed.


Cindy Herbert is the holder of a Bachelor of Laws Degree Upper Second Class Honours from the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus (2006). She is also the recipient of a Legal Education Certificate from the Council of Legal Education (Principal’s Roll of Honour), Hugh Wooding Law School. Cindy also pursued postgraduate training with the University of London and is the holder of a Postgraduate Certificate in Laws with specialization in Intellectual Property Law (Merit) and a Postgraduate Diploma in Laws with specialization in International Intellectual Property Law (Merit). She has recently completed and was awarded her Masters of Law in International Intellectual Property Law (Merit) with the University of London. Cindy is also the holder of a Certificate from the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) on General Course on Intellectual Property Law.


Cindy Herbert has participated and received training in relation to Anti-Money Laundering (AML) Regulations, Countering Financing of Terrorism (CFT) as well as Best Practices in the financial arena. She has earned CAMS (Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist) Credits as well as Certificates of Participation in the AML/CFT Awareness Seminars & Training Workshops facilitated by the Nevis Financial Services Regulation and Supervision Department in 2012 and 2013. These training programs helped to further solidify skills acquired from her training in Developing Law Enforcement Best Practices Handbook for Financial Investigation and Prosecution (Workshop) in (2007) facilitated by the United States Department of Justice.
Cindy also received training in Mediation and alternative dispute resolution at the Hugh Wooding Law School which has allowed her to guide her clients to efficient and preferred outcomes in a spectrum of legal matters.


With her apparent academic proficiency and innate ambition for excellence, Cindy Herbert was recruited by the Law Firm of Grant, Joseph & Co. of Grenada in 2008, which is a premier firm in Grenada as well as the sole Lex Mundi firm on the island.
At that Lex Mundi firm, Cindy held the position as Legal Associate and represented small, medium and large enterprises in various legal matters.
Prior to this stint, Cindy conducted her in-service training with the office of the Director of Public Prosecutions from June to August 2007 and was engaged in areas of legal research and preparation of legal opinions for criminal matters.
Her practical legal training and experience in Grenada has ensured that the high standards and quality of work remains constant in her practice at JHT Law.


• Member of the International Trademark Association (INTA) [2016 to Present]

• Member of the Intellectual Property Caribbean Association (I.P.C.A) [2015 to Present]

• Member of the St. Kitts and Nevis Bar Association [2011 to Present]

• Member of the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (O.E.C.S) Bar Association [2015 to Present]

• Executive Committee Member of the Grenada Bar Association [May 2009 to July 2010].

• Member of the Grenada Bar Association [October 2008 to Present]

• Member of the Education Committee [Faculty of Law (2006), University of the West Indies (UWI), Cave Hill Campus, Barbados]

• Member of the Faculty of Law Football (Soccer) Team [(2003-2005) – UWI Cave Hill Campus, Barbados]

• Member of the Combined Territories Football Team [(2003-2006) UWI Cave Hill Campus, Barbados]

• Organisation of Eastern Caribbean Territories (O.E.C.S) Representative [Hugh Wooding Law School (2008)]

• Young Leaders [St. Joseph’s Convent Secondary School, St. George’s, Grenada(1998)]


Cindy has conducted legal presentations both in Grenada and Nevis to members of the community in the areas of citizenship, estate planning including administration of estates, family law including legal issues surrounding common law unions, women’s rights and legal issues surrounding women.


Cindy loves sport fishing and is a novice angler. She also enjoys snorkeling, gardening and baking.

She is also an avid soccer fan and is a former soccer player (striker) for the Faculty of Law Football team and the Combined Territories Football team.

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