Programmes for Graduates & Law Students
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“Recruiting the right pupils is of paramount importance to the success of Conyers. Once they join the firm, we train our pupils to be the best young lawyers in the industry. We invest in every individual to ensure they reach their full potential and fulfil their ambitions” – Kevin Butler, Partner & Head of the Cayman Islands Office.
There is no such thing as a typical candidate. We are open-minded and are interested in people who share that quality. Naturally, we are looking for individuals who have strong academic qualifications – ideally 2:1 at degree level. Beyond this, we want to see evidence of teamwork, motivation and drive, communication skills, planning and organization, critical thinking, commercial awareness and commitment, both to a career in law and a career with us.
We offer suitably qualified Bermudian, Caymanian and Virgin Islander candidates pupillage and training opportunities that ensure professional experience in a range of areas. Our pupils and trainees work in a stimulating and supportive environment with senior lawyers, many of whom are recognised leaders in their practice areas.
We invite you to further explore pupillage/training with us by submitting a pupillage or training programme application.
Our summer law programme is our most important source for recruitment. We hire students with strong academic records and a focused dedication to performing exceptional work. The programme is designed to give Bermudian, Caymanian and BVI law students insight into what it’s like to be a Conyers lawyer. From day one, summer law students will be paired with a lawyer who will act as a mentor. We want students to be involved in actual client projects such as: legal research, due diligence and preparation of legal documents, as well as participate in a variety of learning workshops.
As part of our university summer work placement, you will experience work and life at Conyers, and gain valuable insight into our business and culture. We have internship opportunities in various departments within the Firm. Whichever business area you are in, you are working alongside experienced professionals on current and interesting client projects.
by submitting your CV and cover letter before 31 March.
Apply through [email protected]
As a summer student, you will receive real work assignments for real clients that are suitable for your skill level. Generally, you will have multiple assignments at once, which have real deadlines and will require effective time management. We expect that you will contribute to the matters on which you are working and take ownership of your assignments.
Our managers will make every effort to include you in conference calls and other out-of-office activities for their matters when appropriate. As a summer student you will gain valuable insight into what we do and what it means to work at Conyers.
Each summer student is paired with a mentor who provides guidance, advice and training throughout the summer. This mentoring relationship will help you develop the personal and professional skills needed to fulfill your potential.
Our summer law programme features numerous opportunities to meet and socialize with other employees, helping you to broaden your knowledge and extend your contacts around the Firm.
We’re proud to offer scholarship support to students that are residents of Bermuda or Cayman who are enrolled in a recognized law degree course leading to a Commonwealth qualification. Find out more about our legal award opportunities:
The Student Gap Year Internship is a 8-10 month paid programme to support high-potential, recent graduates from Bermuda senior schools, or those already enrolled in an undergraduate or Masters programme, who have put their studies on hold for a year for financial or personal reasons, primarily as a result of COVID-19.
The firm invites applications from Bermudian students enrolled (or deferred) in an associate or undergraduate degree program starting in either January 2022/September 2022. Applicants should have strong computer skills and ability to learn technical applications and processes quickly, a self-starter attitude, ability to organise, prioritise and manage time, and effective oral and written communication skills. Previous corporate (office) experience is a plus.
Conyers invites interested Bermudian students to apply by sending a covering letter and resume to [email protected] by 10 September.