Mark Anthony Fulford is a Managing Partner at F Chambers Attorneys based in Providenciales. He is an organizer and communicator with extensive experience in public administration and policy making, public relations, banking, sales and marketing. His expertise lies in Inward Investment, Corporate Structuring, Development, Immigration, Human Rights, Employment, Real Estate and also litigation.
He is an outstanding graduate of the University of Buckingham Law School where he was the first Turks and Caicos Islander to receive the coveted Merit Prize Award. Prior to returning home, he gained work experience in an array of practice areas with reputable law firms in London, and in Bermuda.
Fulford is sought after in the TCI and indeed the region for his expertise with government relations given the influential network of power brokers he has been able to amass from his stint in public administration. Mark is experienced in representing clients before executive and legislative branches of government. He has work with senior Government officials on issues of legislative concerns for his clients that stem from inward investment, business licensing, Immigration, Human rights, planning and zoning.
In terms of litigation, Fulford has successfully conducted numerous cases in the Magistrate Court, Labour Tribunal, Supreme Court and Court of Appeal in the Turks and Caicos Islands. He has appeared in the Privy Council in England before the full court of Supreme Court Justices bar one defending the former Premier and Ministers’ constitutional right to a trial with a jury.
He serves as the President of the Legislative Committee of the TCI Bar Association. He is a founding member and Chairman of the Advocates Legal Group, which is the largest group of Legal Aid lawyers that undertake litigation for the indigent. He is a member of the International Bar Association and sits on the Law Firm Management committee. Fulford has served as Special Assistant to the first Premier of the TCI and as an Advisor to the second Premier of the Turks and Caicos Islands. He regularly provides his opinion on specially commissioned work to the current Premier. He is the President of the Premiers Cup which is an annual charity golf tournament that has donated a total of just shy of $500,000.00 from its inception to date.
In his spare time if he is not researching the law he can be found on the golf course working on his handicap.