Ogier in Cayman has announced the appointment of two new articled clerks, Paul Ebanks and John Carey, for an 18-month term.
Ebanks completed his Bachelor of Laws degree from Nottingham Law School in 2012 and most recently completed his legal practice course at BPP Law School, Manchester, in 2014. He also holds a Masters in business administration from the International College of the Cayman Islands and a BBA in finance from Temple University, Philadelphia.
Carey completed his Bachelor of Laws degree from the University of Liverpool in 2011 and completed his professional practice course in law at the Truman Bodden Law School in 2012, with commendation. He was admitted to the Bar in Fiji in 2013.
Ogier Cayman’s articled clerk programme provides comprehensive practical training in the main areas of legal work undertaken by the firm. Articled clerks work alongside partners and associates to gain exposure to top-tier international work, develop their expertise across Ogier’s main service lines and work on cases and transactions on a rotational basis.