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.