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The Partners


Sean B. Callender



Phone: Office: (242) 677-0226  Cell: (242) 727-1071



Sean B. Callender is a fourth generation Callender to be called to The Bahamas Bar. With extensive experience in the practice of Commercial and Conveyancing Law and Civil Litigation, Sean offers his clients a broad spectrum of legal services.


Educated at St. Andrew’s School in Nassau, Bahamas, he then attended St. Andrew’s College in Ontario, Canada where he received the Ontario Scholar Award for high academic achievement. It was at The University of Kent in England where he went on to study Law. After sitting his Bar Examinations, Sean was called to the Degree of Utter Barrister at Lincoln’s Inn on November 24, 1994, and in December of that year, was admitted  as a Counsel and Attorney of The Bar of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas. Soon after, he went to work at the Law Firm of Callenders & Co. in Nassau.


During his formative years as a legal practitioner, Sean’s interests were primarily in the Corporate/Conveyancing practice where he sought expert guidance from his father, Bradley W. Callender. Driven  to gain experience in other areas of Law, Sean  relocated to Callenders & Co. in Freeport where he also practiced Civil Litigation for the next six years. During this time, he assisted in many trials involving personal injuries, contract and employment disputes, matrimonial proceedings, proceedings brought against the Crown involving false imprisonment, and matters pertaining to the Constitution of The Bahamas, in which he set a legal precedent. In 2002, he decided to focus his efforts exclusively in the Commercial and Conveyancing fields. and with his father, founded the Law Firm of Sean B. Callender & Co.



Bradley W. Callender



Phone: (242) 351-1027/8



Bradley W. Callender is a Senior Partner at Sean B. Callender & Co. and a third generation Callender to have been called to the Bahamas Bar. His late grandfather, W.E.S. Callender, K.C. commenced his Law Practice in The Bahamas in the year 1901, leading the way for generations of Callenders who would join the profession. Bradley’s father, the late W.E.A. Callender, Q.C., was next in line, commencing his practice in 1936.


Having completed his early education in Nassau, Bahamas, Bradley attended a private high school in Sussex England. He returned to The Bahamas in 1963 and entered into Articles of Clerkship with W.E.A. Callender in the Law Firm of Callender & Callender; this laid the groundwork for his future as an attorney. He continued his education at the College of Law in London, England, and after sitting his Bar Examinations, he was called to The Bahamas Bar on August 1, 1969. Bradley joined the Law Firm of Callender & Callender in Nassau,. 


During his decades of practice, Bradley has acquired a wealth of experience, specializing in real estate matters, including: title investigations, drafting of commercial documents required in real estate transactions, and attending to applications submitted to government ministries on behalf of foreign investors. 


He is now in private practice with his son, Sean B. Callender who represents the fourth generation of Callenders to be called to The Bahamas Bar.

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