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01/11/2017 | hsmoffice

HSM Team Grows with New Articled Clerk

HSM is delighted to welcome Mrs. Suneeta Lee to its growing Legal Team as an Articled Clerk.  Suneeta will spend the next 18-months undergoing rigorous training rotating through all of the firm’s key practice areas, on her journey to becoming Read more +

30/10/2017 | hsmoffice

Two CIFEC Students become full time employees at HSM

The HSM Group has added two more employees to the firm from the Cayman Islands Further Education Centre (CIFEC) Internship Program. Gabriel Morla has joined HSM IP Ltd. to work on Intellectual property matters as an IP Administrative Assistant; he Read more +

30/10/2017 | hsmoffice

How Much Is Too Much?: Security for Costs Against Non-Resident Plaintiffs

A non-resident plaintiff in the Cayman Islands may be required by the Court to post security for a potential adverse costs award in favour of the defendant. But does the exercise of this judicial power impugn constitutional principles prohibiting discrimination Read more +

27/09/2017 | hsmoffice

HSM Articled Clerk Called to Bar

Majdi Beji, an articled clerk with HSM Chambers, was called to the Cayman Islands Bar on Wednesday, September 27th, 2017. Mr. Beji’s admission was moved by HSM Partner Ian Lambert, who summarized his qualifications for Justice Robin McMillan. Madji moved Read more +

Students gain legal experience over summer with HSM

The HSM Group is opening its doors over the summer to four talented students from the Cayman Islands Further Education Centre (CIFEC). Keanuanna Melwood, Gabriel Morla, Tianna Ramgeet and Tagh-Jay Wilson, who have joined HSM’s summer internship programme for a unique learning experience.

Each of the interns will be gaining experience in areas such as Intellectual Property, Debt Collection and Immigration. Attorneys Sophie Davies, Sarah Alison and Alastair David will oversee the students while at the firm.

HSM has worked with the CIFEC progamme since 2012 and six CIFEC graduates currently form part of our staff of fifty plus. The firm’s continued involvement in the CIFEC programme forms part of our commitment to the local community, as we continue to provide opportunities for young Caymanians to access the legal industry.

Managing Partner Huw Moses notes: “We are very pleased to have the opportunity to train the CIFEC Students, especially the students who may be interested in pursuing a career in law. We appreciate sharing our expertise with the students who work with us over the summer.”

Students gain legal experience over summer with HSM

Photo Caption – L- R: Gabriel Morla, Keanuanna Melwood, Huw St. J Moses OBE, Tianna Ramgeet and Tagh-Jay Wilson.