Seven students completed their internship with Conyers Dill & Pearman during the summer.
Over four weeks, interns got an inside look at how an international law firm is run and were given the opportunity to work alongside lawyers and support teams.
Conyers’ summer internship program is made up of students who have applied directly for placement, as well as law students on scholarships with Conyers. Conyers has also been a participant of Cayman Finance’s Work Placement Program since its inception and hosts two of its students each summer.
The aim of the internship program is to open doors for young Caymanians, providing them with mentorship and training so that they can decide whether they want to pursue a legal career.
The paid internship ran during July and August.
Paul Smith, partner and head of Litigation in the Cayman Islands, said, “These initiatives provide a real opportunity for students to train and develop in a variety of skills. We thank all of our interns for their hard work this summer and look forward to watching as they further their studies and career aspirations.”
Students interested in joining the program for 2018 should submit applications by March 31.
News source: Cayman Compass