Cayman Scholarships and Articled Clerk Training Program

Articled clerk training program

As part of our commitment to supporting Caymanians in their professional development, we are recruiting talented individuals with the determination to succeed as part of a pioneering team.

Our articled clerk training program will provide you with invaluable insight and commercial experience under the leadership of our highly-regarded Cayman Islands lawyers. Candidates must have or expect to obtain a minimum of a 2:1 honours degree.

The program comprises placements or 'seats' within three practice areas, with performance reviews and appraisals scheduled at regular intervals. You will gain insight into both contentious and non-contentious areas, giving you a broad understanding of each legal discipline.

The core skills that you will be developing include:

  • Advocacy and oral presentation
  • Case and transaction management
  • Client care and practice support
  • Professional Conduct and Ethics
  • Communications skills
  • Interviewing and advising

Successful applicants will be paid a competitive salary and be eligible for the statutory benefits of a permanent position within our firm.


We offer two types of annual scholarship for local or overseas study: up to US$12,000 to support a suitably qualified Caymanian student pursuing undergraduate studies; and up to US$30,000 to support a Caymanian graduate studying for a GDL or LPC qualification. Scholarship students are also offered paid work experience opportunities should they wish to undertake. This is not a mandatory requirement of the scholarship.

How to apply

Applications for this scheme are now closed and will reopen for next year in January 2024.