Proudly serving our second century of clients with the same personal attention upon which our firm was founded in 1903.
The personal approach has been the bedrock of Callenders since 1903. The firm has stood at the forefront of major constitutional cases involving human rights and the limits of police and governmental powers in which complex issues of law have been decided. Though the practice of law has evolved, Callenders’ commitment to excellence through personal attention to clients has remained constant and unwavering.
Today, our communication is instant with access to case history and precedent available online as well as on the printed page in law books, journals and legal reviews. We consult with counsel thousands of miles away with the same speed and ease as conversing with an attorney across the hall. We meet with clients from around the globe and whether we go to them or they come to us, the time it takes to cross continents is less than the time it used to take to go by steamship from Nassau to Miami. But one constant remains — taking time to understand the importance of personal attention. No two cases are alike. No two clients have the same exact needs.