In his welcome address to the Grand Court, Cayman Island’s Law Society (CILS) President, Alasdair Robertson, focused on the importance of the passing of the Legal Practitioners Bill (LPB) for the Cayman Islands’ legal profession and the country. Read more about “Law Society President addresses Grand Court with focus on LPB” »
Calling it an ‘immense improvement’ that promotes and protects the interests of Caymanian lawyers while also addressing international compliance standards, Financial Services Minister Wayne Panton highlighted today’s gazettal of the Legal Practitioners Bill, 2016, as a defining moment for the Cayman Islands. Read more about “Legal Practitioners Bill Protects Caymanian Lawyers, Financial Services Industry” »
For well over a decade the Caymanian Bar Association (CBA) has worked with successive Governments to produce a much needed modernized law governing the legal profession. Read more about “CBA supports the Legal Practitioner’s Bill” »
Members of the Cayman Islands Law Society (CILS) have declared their support of the long-awaited Legal Practitioners Bill (LPB), which is due in front of the LA in a matter of days.
Brave teams from three local law firms participated in the fourth annual Heroes for Hannah shave fundraiser event at The Wicket Bar in Cricket Square on Friday evening. In total, the three firms have raised $55,557 so far for children’s cancer research, with post-event donations still rolling in. Read more about “Local law firms support Heroes for Hannah shave event” »
The Cayman Islands Law Society (CILS) has welcomed the gazetting of the Legal Practitioners Bill (LPB) by the Cayman Islands Government, in preparation for the upcoming sitting of the Legislative Assembly in early October. Read more about “Cayman Islands Law Society welcomes gazetting of Legal Practitioners Bill” »
The Cayman branch of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP) awarded the student of the year for 2015, sponsored by DART, to Philippa Stokes of Rawlinson & Hunter.
Jo-Anne Stephens, associate at Higgs & Johnson, recently received a STEP excellence award for achieving the highest mark in the world on the Company Law and Practice exam.
John Gray High School has won the 2016 Mourant Ozannes Secondary Schools under 15 cricket competition by ten wickets, during the final match with St Ignatius Catholic School at Smith Road Oval.