Hector Robinson, a partner at Mourant Ozannes, has been appointed to the Cayman Islands Law Reform Commission.
The appointment, which is for a period of three years, involves working with other members of the Commission to help develop legislation and jurisprudence in the Islands.
The Commission's remit is to study and keep under constant review the statutory and other laws comprising the law of the Cayman Islands with a view to its systematic development and reform.
Peter Hayden, managing partner of the Cayman office of Mourant Ozannes, said: "It is great that a lawyer of Hector's wide experience has been asked to assist the Commission. Hector manages a large caseload and has real insight into the issues concerning clients who conduct business through Cayman Islands' vehicles. I am sure that he will make an important contribution to the Law Reform Commission. On behalf of the Partners and staff at Mourant Ozannes I would like to offer him my sincere congratulations."
Robinson said: "It is a real honour to be appointed to the Law Reform Commission which plays a vital role for the Cayman Islands. I very much look forward to working with the other Members to formulate recommendations and laws that continue to advance law reform in the Cayman Islands."
Hector also serves as a member of the Grand Court Rules Committee and the Insolvency Rules Committee.
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