A lawyer serves to provide legal aid and counsel for any activity that might include a legal dimension. This is not only related to legal disputes, but advise on aspects of starting a business, engaging in a partnership, buying or selling a house, tax matters or estate and will planning.
The Law Society was formed to support and protect the character, status and interests of the legal profession in the Cayman Islands. We aim to promote honourable practice in the legal profession, to repress malpractice therein and to decide all question of professional usage or courtesy amongst legal practitioners. The Law Society
Walkers is pleased to announce that it has awarded four Legal Scholarships as a result of its 2016 recruitment drive. The scholarship recipients are Lloyd Barker, Sophie Cater, Aoife Murphy and Alexander McGrath. Walkers currently sponsors eleven legal scholars who are all at different stages in their academic development. Lloyd and
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Leading international law firm, Mourant Ozannes, has been recognised as the ‘foremost’ law firm offshore for private client advice by Who’s Who Legal with more experts ranked than any other offshore firm. Mourant Ozannes Head of International Trust & Private Client, Jim Edmondson. The 2016 edition of Who’s Who Legal Private Client
Ogier has signed on to sponsor this years’ Kiwanis Key Leader Weekend in Cayman. The firm has donated $2,000 to support this annual conference which is focused on assisting young people with the development of leadership skills. Rachael Reynolds- Partner at Ogier presents cheque to Kadi Pentney of Kiwanis The Kiwanis Club
A law degree provides flexibility in terms of career choices. Although many lawyers choose to go down the traditional law firm path, a number of others find success as business owners, CEO’s and managers at large and small corporations, while others still become consultants, writers or forge careers in government. Progressing