Conyers honours Bermudian students with legal scholarship awards
Conyers Dill & Pearman has announced its 2013 legal scholarship and bursary recipients, who have been recognised for their academic achievements and commitment to pursuing a career in the field of law.
The firm awarded Catherine Outerbridge with the Conyers Dill & Pearman Legal Scholarship Award. Valued at $30,000 (£18,800) per annum for up to three years, the award is presented to a law student after a selection process that includes a written application and intensive interviews.
In addition, Conyers awarded bursaries to Tomas Amaral, Marcus Bean, Hayley Joy, Shannon Cann, and Cathryn Minors.
News from Conyers Dill & Pearman
Briefings from Conyers Dill & Pearman
The Bermuda government recently approved an amendment to Bermuda’s trust legislation.
A shareholder in a BVI company seeking to bring a derivative claim in Hong Kong must first obtain the permission of the BVI court.