West Bay MLA to graduate law school

| 30/07/2010

(CNS): Nine Professional Practice Course (PPC) and 14 University of Liverpool LL.B students will be graduating this evening (Friday 30 July)from the Cayman Islands Law School (CILS) at a ceremony at the Harquail Theatre at 6 p.m. One of the graduates will be the government’s backbencher and deputy speaker, West Bay MLA Cline Glidden. The keynote speaker for the evening is the Director of Studies for the Cayman LL.B. programme at the Liverpool University Law School, Dr. Robert Stokes, CILS Director of Legal Studies, Mitchell Davies said.

 
Aside from the premier and deputy governor the country’s top legal officials will also be in attendance including the Chief Justice, Anthony Smellie, QC; Acting Attorney General, Cheryll Richards, QC, Grand Court Judge, Hon. Charles Quin, QC, and Commissioner of Police, David Baines.
 
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