Legal services firm Collas Crill has placed three students for internships this year, and plans to expand its career development program in 2017, Alan de Saram, managing partner of the Cayman Islands office, said in a press release.
Mariskca Blackman, who completed the associate degree program in legal studies at the University College of the Cayman Islands, was placed with Collas Crill to complete her practical internship requirement. Ms. Blackman spent 10 days with the firm, gaining experience in several practice areas.
Cynthia Hydes, who wants to begin a career in law when she finishes her studies in Boston, Massachusetts, gained summer work experience as project administrator.
Joan Ebanks will join the firm in August from the Cayman Finance Student Education and Work Experience Program for a month of experience in the arena of corporate services.
News Source: Cayman Compass