Larry is London House Chambers’ liaison counsel to Trinidadian clients doing business in Guyana. He has years of first class experience in the Trinidadian legal system both in litigation as well as in corporate matters. He is highly respected in the Caribbean legal and business circles and is a former Trinidad and Tobago Supreme Court judge, being the youngest trial judge to be appointed to preside over civil and criminal matters. Mr. Lalla is an elected member of the Council of the Trinidad and Tobago Law Association and is currently a director of the Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago. He is licensed in Florida, New York, and Trinidad and Tobago.
- Appellate Practice
- Banking and Finance
- Competition Law
- Corporate and Commerce
- Intellectual Property
- Oil and Gas
- Public Law
- Trade and Commerce
- J.D., Florida International University (Class rank: 8th), 2009, Moot Court Vice-President (Spring 2009), Named “Champion”, adjudged “Best Orator” and awarded “Best Brief” at 2008 Intra-Mural Moot Court Competition, Dean’s List.
- Legal Education Certificate, Hugh Wooding Law School, 1995
- L.L.B. (Honors), University of the West Indies, 1993
- Florida Bar, 2010
- New York State Bar, 2007
- Trinidad and Tobago Bar, 1995