Mourant Ozannes associate Tracey Forbes admitted as Cayman Islands attorney-at-law
Tracey Forbes has been admitted as an attorney-at-law in the Cayman Islands on 21 January 2014, following the successful completion of her articles of clerkship with Mourant Ozannes.
Forbes obtained her bachelor of laws degree with honours at the University of Liverpool. She then completed her postgraduate diploma in legal practice at the College of Law, Manchester. She is currently undertaking a master’s degree in international legal practice with a specialism in corporate and commercial law.
Before undertaking her articles of clerkship with Mourant Ozannes, Forbes gained extensive experience at local law firms in the Cayman Islands and spent a month in east Africa undertaking pro bono work at various legal clinics across Kenya, Rwanda and Uganda.
She has now accepted a position as an associate with Mourant Ozannes.
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