December 2, 2020

Lucy admitted as attorney

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From left: Lucy Sleep, Hon. Justice Alexander Henderson and Mac Imrie, a partner at Maples and Calder

Lucy Sleep, who recently completed her articles at Maples and Calder, was admitted as an attorney-at-law by the Hon. Justice Alexander Henderson in the Grand Court, on 30 November.

Ms. Sleep first joined Maples and Calder in 2000 as an executive legal secretary before deciding to pursue studies in law at the BPP Law School, where she obtained her graduate diploma with a commendation in 2008. Thereafter, she attended the Cayman Islands Law School, securing her Professional Practice Certificate with distinction in 2009.

Ms. Sleep’s long tenure at Maples and Calder has included a nine month secondment to the liquidations department of MaplesFS, as well as work within the funds, litigation, corporate commercial and trusts departments, where she has gained invaluable experience in the trenches.

“Having worked at Maples for nearly 12 years, I am thrilled to be able to take on this new role,” said Ms. Sleep of her success,  “I would like to express my thanks to Maples for their sponsorship and support.”

Articled to Alasdair Robertson, a member of  Maples and Calder’s Global Management Committee and the firm’s newly elected Global Practice Group Leader of Finance, Ms. Sleep will take up her position as Associate in his team with immediate effect.

“I have watched Lucy go from strength to strength and I am very proud of her accomplishments,” said Mr. Robertson.

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