Maples and Calder, the Maples Group’s law firm, has announced that a fourth Caymanian has successfully completed her articles of clerkship with the firm this year.
The Honourable Justice Williams admitted Chantal Martin as an attorney-at-law in the Cayman Islands and her admission was moved by James Eldridge, Dispute Resolution & Insolvency Partner.
Following her admission, Martin joins the firm’s Corporate practice as an Associate. She holds a degree in English and European Law from Queen Mary University of London and is a graduate at the BPP Law School, London Campus where she completed a Legal Practice Course with distinction. A recipient of the firm’s legal scholarship programme, Ms. Martin first joined the firm as an intern in the Corporate department. She is a member of the Cayman Islands Legal Practitioners Association and both 100 Women in Finance and 100 Women in Finance NextGen.
“Training at the Maples Group has given me an outstanding legal and commercial grounding which will be invaluable for the next phase of my career,” remarked Martin. “I am honoured to join the firm’s Corporate practice and look forward to adding value to my team and the wider firm.”
Matthew Gardner, Cayman Islands Managing Partner of the Group’s law firm, added: “The firm would like to extend a well-deserved congratulations to Chantal on her recent qualification and appointment to our Corporate practice. She can be proud of her achievements to date and we have every confidence that she will continue to excel in her new role.”
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