Global offshore law firm Conyers Dill & Pearman was delighted to host members of the law student community at its first annual Articled Clerk Open House, held on Tuesday, April 25th.
The well-attended event, themed “Conversations and Cocktails”, was designed to educate students and recent graduates about the Firm’s Articled Clerk program, for which applications are currently being reviewed. Partners, Associates, and current Articled Clerks, along with members of the Firm’s Human Resources department, were on hand to answer questions and share information about the program.
Attendees were pleased with the opportunity to meet with Conyers representatives in a collegial setting, commenting that “this is a great way to discuss an important topic. I didn’t feel stressed out to be talking with a potential employer, I felt relaxed and they were very engaged”.
Gene DaCosta, Partner and champion of the Articled Clerks program, said “Articling with Conyers offers students an exceptional opportunity to gain experience with an international firm. We’ve had great success in the past and were pleased to spend time speaking with the attendees to this year’s Open House”.
Conyers’ Articled Clerk program was established in 2006 and is aimed at supporting Caymanians pursuing a legal career.