Litrow has been with the firm in the Litigation Department since he was called to the Jamaican Bar in 2016. His practice includes general Commercial and Civil Litigation, Banking Litigation, Debt Recovery and Personal Injury.
Litrow has appeared at all levels of the courts in Jamaica with numerous successful outcomes for clients, including at the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council.
He holds a Bachelor of Laws with First Class Honours from the University of the West Indies, where he served as the Valedictorian for the 2014 graduating class. He is a proud Kingston College alumnus, and was an active member in several aspects of student leadership. While at the UWI, he continued in student leadership as President of the Law Society and represented the voice of the Law students on the Mona Guild of Students. Litrow also excelled in Mooting and was ranked as the 6th Best Oralist of hundreds of participants when he represented the Law Faculty in the Munroe E. Price Media Law Mooting Competition, in Oxford, England.
Litrow also distinguished himself while at the Norman Manley Law School, where he was named the 28th Best Oralist of thousands of students in the 2016 staging of the Philip C. Jessup International Mooting Competition and was awarded by the Law School for his outstanding performance in the competition. He presently serves as the National Administrator for the local round of the competition.
Litrow tutors at the Faculty of Law, UWI Mona and enjoys travelling, engaging with others and listening to a variety of music.