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Two young Caymanian start as articled clerks

Two young Caymanian start as articled clerks

| 05/11/2015 | 1 Comment

(CNS Business): Walkers has added two new articled clerks to their training programme, bringing the number of current articled clerks in their Cayman office to six. Since 2002, the law firm has trained 31 articled clerks, all of whom went on to be admitted attorneys, Walkers said in a release. Sarah Dombowsky and Christopher Dibben began […]

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Young lawyer joins Maples’ Corporate Team

Young lawyer joins Maples’ Corporate Team

| 06/11/2014 | 0 Comments

(CNS Business): Maples and Calder articled clerk, Kimberly Robinson was admitted as an attorney-at-law in the Cayman Islands by the Hon. Justice Panton on 16 September 2014 before an audience of family, friends and colleagues. Robinson joined Maples and Calder in March 2013 as an articled clerk after completing her Bachelor of Law degree from the […]

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Young Caymanians join law firm as articled clerks

Young Caymanians join law firm as articled clerks

| 23/10/2014 | 0 Comments

(CNS Business): Walkers has announced the appointment of three new Caymanian articled clerks. Renee Prendergast, Arleth Ebanks and Rebecca Peck, who are all former Walkers scholarship recipients, have completed their legal education and have now begun Walkers’ Articled Clerk Training Programme. Over the next 18 months they will undergo rigorous training with the firm and will […]

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Articled Clerk at Campbells passes PPC with distinction

Articled Clerk at Campbells passes PPC with distinction

| 23/07/2014 | 0 Comments

(CNS Business): Local law firm Campbells has announced that Dr Laetitia Bush has passed the legal Professional Practice Course at the Truman Bodden Law School with distinction and will be starting her articles with the firm in August 2014. Laetitia began her career in the field of Entomology and possesses a BSc in Biology and […]

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