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Walkers Announces the Admission of Two New Caymanian Attorneys at Law

Grand Cayman, May 2017

Early May 2017 saw two Walkers Articled Clerks complete their legal training, with and Sarah Dombowsky both being called to the . Their applications were moved by Ingrid Pierce, Walkers’ Global Managing Partner, before Hon. Mrs Justice Mangatal. The courtrooms were packed with family, friends and Walkers staff to witness the events. Christopher and Sarah are Walkers’ 44th and 45th Caymanian Articled Clerks to be called to the Bar respectively.

Christopher Dibben was a recipient of the 2011 . Christopher attended St Ignatius Catholic School until Hurricane Ivan in 2004, after which he moved to the US and completed his schooling in Coral Springs, Florida. Christopher undertook his degree at the University of Exeter in the United Kingdom, graduating with upper Second Class Honours in 2013. Christopher then completed the Legal Practice Course in 2014 at the University of Law (Bloomsbury) in London and was awarded a Distinction. Prior to commencing his Articles, Christopher took a gap year in which he did volunteer work teaching under privileged children in Cambodia and Thailand. Christopher was articled to Philip Paschalides, a Partner in Walkers’ Finance & Corporate Group.

Sarah Dombowsky was a recipient of the 2009 Walkers Legal Scholarship. Sarah completed her schooling at St Ignatius Catholic School and then undertook her LLB degree at the University of Kent in the United Kingdom, graduating with First Class Honours in 2013. As part of her LLB, Sarah spent one year in Vienna, Austria where she was able to study a variety of International Law modules. During the 2014 academic year Sarah took a gap year to pursue other interests and spent seven months in Lucerne, Switzerland where she attended a culinary management and hospitality school. Sarah completed the Legal Practice Course at BPP in London and was awarded a Distinction. Sarah was articled to Caroline Heal, a Partner in Walkers’ Investment Funds Group.

Walkers Cayman Islands’ Managing Partner, Antonia Hardy commented “We congratulate Christopher and Sarah on their admissions to the Cayman Islands Bar. We have witnessed their academic and professional achievements over the past couple of years and it is a pleasure to have helped them reach this important milestone in their careers. We are also delighted that they will both remain with Walkers as Associates in our Finance & Corporate Group in the Cayman Islands office. We are confident that they will both make excellent lawyers.”

Please visit http://www.walkersglobal.com/index.php/students-graduates for more information about Walkers Legal Scholarship and Articled Clerk Programmes or contact [email protected]

About Walkers

Walkers is a leading international law firm. We provide legal, corporate and fiduciary services to global corporations, financial institutions, capital markets participants and investment fund managers. Our clients are the most innovative firms and institutions across the financial markets, and rely on us for our ability to provide solutions to their most important legal and business issues. We develop globally-minded, entrepreneurial lawyers who are experts in their field and committed to client service. Walkers is consistently ranked in the top tier of the leading global legal directories.

 

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Pic: Sarah Dombowsky (L to R):

Jordana Clarke (Head of Training and Development), Antonia Hardy (Cayman Islands Managing Partner), Ingrid Pierce (Global Managing Partner), Sarah Dombowsky, Ramesh Maharaj (Partner), Mellony Bryan-Waugh (Training and Development Administrator)

Pic: Christopher Dibben (L to R):

Jordana Clarke (Head of Training and Development), Ramesh Maharaj (Partner), Antonia Hardy (Cayman Islands Managing Partner), Christopher Dibben, Ingrid Pierce (Global Managing Partner), Philip Paschalides (Partner), Mellony Bryan-Waugh (Training and Development Administrator)

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