Conyers Dill and Pearman has
conducted a firm-wide re-brand, introducing a new logo, as well as changing the
company’s visual identity.
According to Naomi Little of
Conyers, “The changes reaffirm many of the core values that have kept the
company at the forefront of international multi-jurisdiction law.”
Conyers has rolled out new systems
across its 11 offices worldwide, in addition to launching a new website, which
they say, “reinforces their position as a progressive and sophisticated
provider of legal and fiduciary services across the corporate, private client
and litigation fields.”
Codan, Conyers’ affiliated group of
companies, has also re-branded. They provide a range of trust, corporate
secretarial, accounting and management services.
Richard Finlay, Managing Partner of
Conyers’ Cayman Islands office, commented: “In the Cayman Islands, Conyers is
proud to offer service levels that match those in major international centres.
Our new brand is a further step in the evolution of Conyers Dill and Pearman,
which has grown in the Cayman Islands from a two-lawyer practice in 2003 to a
full service law firm with 20 lawyers and 60 staff.”
Director and Chairman of Conyers’
Executive Committee John Collis explained further. “Today, Conyers operates in
11 countries and speaks more than 22 languages. Our new brand reflects our
status as a pioneer in the field, as well as our international scope and our
technical legal excellence. We pride ourselves on offering clients the same levels
of responsive timely and thorough service that international clients expect
from top law firms around the world. We are pleased that our visual identity
reflects this,” he said.