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Kimberly K. Crabbe-Adams Senior Associate

Litigation & Insolvency
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Expertise and Professional Background

Kimberly Crabbe-Adams is a member of the firm’s BVI Litigation and Insolvency Department. She advises clients in relation to high profile commercial disputes, and she is regularly involved in matters concerning shareholder disputes, enforcement of foreign judgments and the restoration of dissolved BVI companies.
Kimberly was transferred to the firm's Hong Kong office for one and a half years in 2013, and she formed part of the then 16-member litigation and insolvency legal team.

From 2009-2011 Kimberly was a participant in Harneys' Professional Development Programme and she is currently a member of the firm’s Professional Development Mentorship Programme, which caters to providing support to newly qualified lawyers on the firm's Professional Development Programme.
Kimberly is also an active member of Harneys' CSR initiatives, with particular focus on activities involving its adopted school (Francis Lettsome Primary School), where she currently serves on the firm’s literacy committee.

Kimberly regularly serves as a judge in the annual national secondary school debates which are earmarked to take place in observance of Education Week in the BVI.
Kimberly was recently elected Second Vice President of the BVI Bar Association for the 2016-2017 law year, and she has been assigned the task of organising Continuing Legal Education options for the BVI legal practitioners in the Territory.

Education & Admissions

BPP Law School (Bar Vocational Course) 2009
Durham University (LLB) 2008
​Acadia University (BA) 2004
Bar Admissions
England and Wales 2010 (not practising)
​British Virgin Islands 2010


Restructuring and Insolvency
BVI Litigation & Insolvency


Download a PDF of this article here. Restoring a company to good standing is one avenue by which a creditor may pursue an asset thought to have vanished. BVI companies are often times incorporated to fulfil a specific investment purpose, and in many... read more