The ready availability of fast internet connections and video conferencing technology presents new opportunities for the individual practitioner or small group of practitioners. We can now leverage technology to forge working relationships and collaborations regardless of physical location. Sophisticated research may now be undertaken online obviating the need for the investment of substantial resources in physical facilities. Individuals and small groups may now offer clients the depth, critical mass and range of expertise that was once the preserve of the large practice. The gap in capability between the large and small practice has been narrowed, if not completely removed by technology. Legal teams comprising members from across the Caribbean may now easily coordinate their efforts to serve the needs of the client and to meet the requirements of particular transactions at costs that are not driven by high overheads. A wider Caribbean practice, founded on the simple, practical model of a “Virtual Firm”, is now well within reach. Clients requiring a full package of legal services in multiple Caribbean jurisdictions may now employ a “Legal Project Manager” to assemble the team and coordinate their efforts. This is what we offer: a simpler, less costly way of meeting the demand for quality legal services in Trinidad and Tobago and the Caribbean.