Conyers is pleased to welcome Selena McLaughlin to Conyers’ Articles of Clerkship, a comprehensive 18-month training programme which will see her undertake rotations across Conyers’ various practice areas, including Corporate & Commercial, Insurance & Regulatory, Investment Funds, Litigation, and Private Client & Trust.
Selena received an Honours LLB in 2020 from the University of Liverpool and completed the Legal Practice Course at the University of Law in 2022. She also has an Associate’s Degree in Business from the University College of the Cayman Islands. Selena is a former Conyers legal intern, having worked in the Cayman office in the summer of 2019.
“We are delighted to welcome back Selena to Conyers as part of our Articles of Clerkship training programme,” said Matthew Stocker, Partner and Head of the Cayman Corporate Practice. “Conyers remains dedicated to supporting the next generation of Caymanian legal talent and we continue to see great success from this programme.”
Selena’s addition comes during a period of significant growth in Conyers’ Cayman Islands office. Theo Lefkos joined the Corporate practice in September as the new Head of Private Equity, and Alex Davies and Spencer Vickers were elected to the partnership as part of the Corporate and Litigation & Restructuring practices respectively. Also within the past year, Conyers has welcomed five new associates with further hires imminent in the first quarter of 2024: Mauricio Da Rocha (Corporate), Caroline Dekker (Corporate), Lana Dixon (Private Client & Trust), Romane Duncan (Litigation & Restructuring), and Daniella Carrazana (Corporate), who joined following completion of Conyers’ Articles of Clerkship programme earlier this year.
“Conyers continues to strengthen its position in the market across all our practice groups and it’s an exciting time to be leading the office in this period of strategic growth,” said Alan Dickson, Partner and Head of Conyers’ Cayman Islands Office.
Conyers is now accepting applications for scholarship recipients and articled clerks. For more information about opportunities available at Conyers, read more here.
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