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Livingston Alexander & Levy began its existence on the 10th February, 1911 making it the oldest law firm in Jamaica. The Firm of Attorneys delivers a wide range of legal servi ces to local corporations, multi-nationals, Governments and individuals ranging from Conveyancing, litigation, company and commercial law, dispute resolution, employment law, estate planning, wills and trusts, pensions, real estate, securities, intellectual property and taxation.

On the 20th of February 1911, Kingston solicitor, Noel Brooks Livingston (later Sir) advised his clients that I have this day admitted Harold Vincent Alexander of Kingston, solicitor, into partnership with me. The name of the firm will be Livingston & Alexander.

The firm underwent a name change in 1915 when Mervyn T. King, a newly admitted solicitor, joined the team and they became known as Livingston, Alexander & King. The partnership was dissolved the following year by mutual consent and Livingston & Alexander continued to practise under their old name.

Another young man, Aston Theodore Ivanhoe Levy, joined Livingston & Alexander as an articled clerk in 1922. Once Levy qualified as a solicitor, he remained with the firm and became a well known figure in the field of trademark legislation and patent law. When he was made a partner in 1945, the firm changed its name to Livingston, Alexander & Levy.

Throughout that era, there were two separate and distinct branches of the legal profession - solicitors and barristers. All this changed in 1972 when the professions were fused and lawyers became known as attorneys-at-law. That year, Livingston, Alexander & Levy enlarged the scope of its practice by inviting one of the region's leading Queen's Counsel, the Hon. Roald N.A. Henriques, to become a partner and in the ensuing years the firm established a formidable litigation department.

As a result of the political, social and economic upheavals of the 1970s, Jamaica experienced the mass migrat ion of some of its most talented citizens. Between 1975-77, Livingston, Alexander & Levy lost no less than twelve attorneys-at-law, eight of whom were partners. Could the firm continue with its legal complement so substantially diminished? For answer there was a merger in 1976 with A.E. Brandon & Company and Douglas Ian Brandon and Cecil B. Lopez came on board as partners. Another merger took place in 1979 with Hanna, Cooper and Associates, resulting in Paul Cooper being made a partner.
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Livingston Alexander & Levy began its existence on the 10th February, 1911 making it the oldest law firm in Jamaica. The Firm of Attorneys delivers a wide range of legal servi ces to local corporations, multi-nationals, Governments and individuals ranging from Conveyancing, litigation, company and commercial law, dispute resolution, employment law, estate planning, wills and trusts, pensions, real estate, securities, intellectual property and taxation.

On the 20th of February 1911, Kingston solicitor, Noel Brooks Livingston (later Sir) advised his clients that I have this day admitted Harold Vincent Alexander of Kingston, solicitor, into partnership with me. The name of the firm will be Livingston & Alexander.

The firm underwent a name change in 1915 when Mervyn T. King, a newly admitted solicitor, joined the team and they became known as Livingston, Alexander & King. The partnership was dissolved the following year by mutual consent and Livingston & Alexander continued to practise under their old name.

Another young man, Aston Theodore Ivanhoe Levy, joined Livingston & Alexander as an articled clerk in 1922. Once Levy qualified as a solicitor, he remained with the firm and became a well known figure in the field of trademark legislation and patent law. When he was made a partner in 1945, the firm changed its name to Livingston, Alexander & Levy.

Throughout that era, there were two separate and distinct branches of the legal profession - solicitors and barristers. All this changed in 1972 when the professions were fused and lawyers became known as attorneys-at-law. That year, Livingston, Alexander & Levy enlarged the scope of its practice by inviting one of the region's leading Queen's Counsel, the Hon. Roald N.A. Henriques, to become a partner and in the ensuing years the firm established a formidable litigation department.

As a result of the political, social and economic upheavals of the 1970s, Jamaica experienced the mass migrat ion of some of its most talented citizens. Between 1975-77, Livingston, Alexander & Levy lost no less than twelve attorneys-at-law, eight of whom were partners. Could the firm continue with its legal complement so substantially diminished? For answer there was a merger in 1976 with A.E. Brandon & Company and Douglas Ian Brandon and Cecil B. Lopez came on board as partners. Another merger took place in 1979 with Hanna, Cooper and Associates, resulting in Paul Cooper being made a partner.
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Our frame manufacturing is how Island Art & Framing started and is the core of our business. “You Name It We Frame It!” is our slogan because Island Art & Framing with it s professional and efficient staff can frame absolutely anything including certificates, photographs, mirrors, acrylics or oils on canvas, watercolours on paper, T-shirts etc. We import some of our framing materials but also buy and manufacture some in Jamaica. Our style of framing varies from simple to exotically unique with creative combinations that enhance the beauty of photos and artwork.

Island art & Framing sells a wide and unique variety of both Jamaican and International art. From famous collectors art by artists such as Albert Huie to new, modern, young Jamaican art by artists such as Mabusha Dennis and Shaun Reid, Island art & Framing has just about every style, every size, every price, every type of art painted in Jamaica! We have landscapes, floral, abstracts, portraits and nudes. The Island Art & Framing team puts great emphasis on supporting young, new, talented artists and would like to encourage those out there with interest and talent to give their artistic talents a try.

Island Art & Framing has a huge selection of Jamaican and International art and home decor items that can transform any abode into an exquisite living space. Nicola and Nicky are always willing to offer refreshing and new decorating tips and design advice for all customers. Island art & Framing sells Jamaican wooden carvings and bowls, Jamaican ceramics, waste-paper baskets, dinnerware, placemats, lamps, throw cushions, decorative floral arrangements and orchids, egg-shell art, Haitian hand-painted wall decor art, International rugs, lamps with shades, ceramics, ceramic plant holders, candle holders, magazine racks, jewellery holders, clocks, chess sets, vases, decorative balls, figurines and much more. We also offer gift certificates, custom made gift baskets and wedding registry service.

Is land Art & Framing Mission Statement

Our Mission is to provide a great work environment through our highly motivated and well-trained team. We embrace diversity as an essential component in the way we do business as we endeavour to apply the highest standard of excellence in the purchasing and manufacturing of our products which include exquisite Jamaican art, locally hand crafted hardwood furniture, a wide selection of international and local craft and the most beautiful framing. We undertake the delivery of professionally done framing, personalised to suit each customer. We are here to cater to the peculiarities and eccentricity of each and every one of our customers and to treat each request with the respect and attention it deserves.

We do custom design furniture;We manufacture 100% Jamaican hardwood furniture
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