Ramon Alberga was called to the bar in Jamaica in 1951. He is a former vice president of the Jamaica Law Society and past president of the Cayman Islands Law Society. He is a consulting editor of the Cayman Islands Law Reports and until his retirement was in full time practice in the Cayman Islands.
He was born in St. Andrew Parish in 1928 and first came to Grand Cayman in 1964 to work a specific case in the company of an old compadre.
“I was brought over by Mr. Walker who was at Cambridge with me. I was still living in Jamaica and came roughly once a year between 1965 and 1975 to do cases, then I moved finally to the Cayman Islands in early 1976.
“I have been residing and working here – until my retirement – ever since, ” he said.
Mr. Alberga added that he keeps in touch with Jamaican sporting matters.
“I have very good feelings toward Jamaica and I congratulate them on their 50 year anniversary. I wish them a very happy and successful future,” he said.