Offshore law firm, Mourant Ozannes, has announced the promotion of 12 lawyers to the role of counsel across its global network of offices including the Cayman Islands, bringing the total number of Counsel across the firm to 31.
Jonathon Milne, from the litigation department in the Cayman Islands, is one of the 12. The others comprise: six in the firm's Guernsey office, four in Jersey, and one in Hong Kong.
Seven of those appointed work within the firm's corporate practice, and five within the firm's litigation practice.
Mourant Ozannes global managing partner, Jonathan Rigby, said: "We are committed to developing and recruiting the best lawyers in their fields, and believe that providing our people with a clear path and goals for progression empowers them to succeed in their careers.
“The role of Counsel at Mourant Ozannes is unique and sets us apart as it allows for flexibility of career progression based on each individual's strengths and goals. This year's large number of promotions comes at a key stage in our ambitious growth strategy, sending a strong signal to the market in terms of our growth and capability across jurisdictions and core practice areas. I'm very much looking forward to continuing to work with these individuals as they develop and congratulate all of them on their well-deserved promotions."
Mourant Ozannes, Cayman Islands, Appointment, Lao firm