The Cayman Islands Law School
Graduation and Awards Ceremony, held at the Harquail Theatre on Friday, 30
July, drew a large audience to recognise this year’s class of graduates,
including West Bay Member of the Legislative Assembly Cline Glidden.
Several honours were bestowed,
including the Bankers Association prize for best performance over the part-time
degree programme, which went to Kim France. The Sweet Maxwell law prize for
best performance in the first year modules was awarded to Nan Erb.
Christopher Cairns received the
University of Liverpool Law Association prize for best performance in the
second year modules. The Cayman Islands Chamber of Commerce prize for best
performance in the third year modules went to Bryan Little, along with the Tim
Shea Memorial Prize for best performance over the Honours Degree Programme and
the Dean’s Prize, the School of Law, Liverpool University.
The O.L. Panton Memorial Prize for
best performance over the professional practice course and the Attorney
General’s Trophy for best performance in the qualifying examination were
awarded to Tracey Touhey.