December 1, 2020

Stacy-Ann Kelly admitted as an Attorney-at-Law

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Photo (l-r): Philip Boni, Stacy-Ann Kelly, Mr. Justice Quin, Chris Narborough & Gina Berry

Honourable Mr. Justice Quin has admitted Stacy-Ann Kelly to the Cayman Islands Bar. Ms. Kelly served her articles with Philip Boni of Higgs & Johnson.

Philip Boni, a partner in the firm’s Litigation Department made the application for Ms. Kelly’s general admission as an attorney at law of the Cayman Islands.  Mr. Boni informed the court that Ms. Kelly had undergone training in the firm’s Real Estate Department with partner Gina Berry; and the Commercial Department with partner Chris Narborough, as well as with Mr. Boni in the Litigation Department. Mr. Boni also informed the court that he hoped the poised and eloquent Ms. Kelly, a former Miss Cayman, would continue her legal career as an advocate.

The Hon. Mr. Justice Quin noted that the old firm of Truman Bodden & Company (now Higgs & Johnson) was one of the preeminent law firms in Cayman and would always be remembered as such in this community.

The Court noted that Stacey had duly completed the prescribed academic training namely the Bar Vocational Course at the University of the West of England Bristol where she was awarded a Post Graduate Diploma and had also been awarded a Graduate Diploma in Law at BPP School of Law in London.

Ms. Kelly addressed the court and gave thanks for being given the opportunity to pursue a legal career. In particular, she gave thanks to her mother who was in court to witness

the Admission.

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