Two at Conyers admitted as attorneys-at-law in the Cayman Islands


Conyers has announced that its newest attorneys, Kiah Estwick and Sean-Anna Thompson, have been admitted as attorneys-at-law in the Cayman Islands, following completion of their Article Clerkship in the Cayman Office.

As a result of the COVID-19 lockdown Estwick was sworn in virtually before Justice Williams while Thompson was sworn in in-person by Justice McMillan. Many friends, family, and colleagues were in attendance at both ceremonies.

Both Estwick and Thompson joined Conyers’ Articled Clerkship programme in October 2018, an 18-month training programme which supports and develops local talent in the Cayman Islands legal industry.

Prior to joining Conyers for their clerkships, both Estwick and Thompson were recipients of the Conyers Legal Education award and interned with the firm.

Estwick has joined Conyer’s corporate practice as an Associate and comes to Conyers with a Master of Science in Law, Business and Management and a Graduate Diploma in Law from the University of Law (London Moorgate). Estwick also has a Bachelor of Arts in Business Management with Finance from the University of Brighton and was an Analyst in the Investment and Securities Division at the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority (CIMA) before deciding to pursue a career in law.

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