Trisha is an Attorney-at-Law at Dentons with ten years’ experience.
She studied law in France and completed her professional exams in Mauritius. She has acquired a wide range of experience during her 10-year practice. She advises clients in civil, commercial and contractual matters. She handles preparation of cases before the Mauritian Courts and has also assisted in the preparation of cases before the Judicial Committee of Privy Council.
Trisha’s focus is on litigation and dispute resolution before the Mauritian Courts and Tribunals and/or in domestic arbitration and on advisory. She is also experienced in recovery of debts under banking/credit agreements under the civil law, banking act and the borrower protection act, industrial disputes under the labour law and bankruptcy/insolvency procedures.
Trisha handles a wide range of civil work which includes succession and land law, family law, law of contract, labour law, and she appears regularly before all the Courts in Mauritius. She also deals with challenges to compulsory land acquisitions before the Supreme Court. She regularly appears before the Environment and Land Use Appeal Tribunal and has assisted in the preparation of statement of cases before the said Tribunal. She assists in arbitration matters. She has also recently assisted in an appeal case before the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council.
During her internship at Lyon-Saint Exupéry Airport, Trisha assisted in reviewing internal regulations, drafted contracts and dealt with administrative contracts.