AG says firms must train young lawyers

| 02/05/2012

Sam bulginAG.jpg(CNS Business): The Cayman Islands attorney general has said that local law firms have an obligation to look out for and train young lawyers. The country’s top lawyer told the Legislative Assembly that it should be “in a lawyers DNA to look out for” and help younger members of the profession. Samuel Bulgin pointed to the tendency of lawyers in Cayman to “market themselves” as part of the financial services sector and as such were failing to recognise themselves as part of the legal profession. He said there was a need for members of the islands legal fraternity to be more unified and harmonious and face their moral obligation to train the next generation of lawyers. Read more on CNS Business

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