Collas Crill are delighted to have welcomed a total of 7
students to our Cayman office on our Work Experience Programme over
the last few months.
As well as new faces we were pleased to welcome some familiar faces in students who took part in the 2022 Collas Crill Moot. All the high school students spent a week with our lawyers and business services teams to get a taste of working at a law firm.
Work experience is one aspect of Collas Crill's education roadmap strategy, which includes the annual Moot (or mock trial competition), summer internship, articled clerkship and the scholarship programme – all designed to give Caymanian students the opportunity to discover and build rewarding and fulfilling careers "on-island".
"As a firm Collas Crill takes real pride in its roots in the local communities in which we operate. We recognise and embrace the ideas young people can bring to the business and through our various programmes we hope to show students what opportunities are available to them – not only within law, but all the business support services", said Cayman Managing Partner Stephen Leontsinis.
Pictured (left to right): Counsel Andrew Peedom, Senior Associate Sally Peedom, Shiiannte Sterling, Jade Allen, Associate Laura Oseland
Pictured (left to right): Ariella Rankin and Anabella Hayden
Pictured: Gabi Ramoutar. Not pictured: Izzy Thackeray and Jack Coleman also took part in the Work Experience Programme.