Stuarts Walker Hersant attorneys admitted by Justice Quin
On 27 January, Grand Court Justice Charles Quin admitted Stuarts Walker Hersant’s associate attorneys Christopher Levers and Allain Forget to practice as attorneys-at-law in the Cayman Islands.
Both attorneys’ admissions to the Cayman Islands Bar were proposed by Anthony Akiwumi, head of the Litigation Team at Stuarts Walker Hersant.
He informed the court that both Levers and Forget were graduates of the CI Law School and this exemplified Stuarts’ commitment to recruiting locally qualified applicants.
He went on to say that both applicants by their dedication, intellect and honour had proved themselves to be excellent candidates for admission to the Cayman Islands Bar.
Mr. Forget joined the specialist investment funds team at Stuarts Walker Hersant in 2009, gaining experience on a wide range of general corporate matters.
Mr. Forget has been a long-standing member of the Cayman Islands National Rugby team for both the sevens and fifteens senior men’s teams.
Mr. Levers read law at the Cayman Islands Law School, where he was awarded a First from the University of Liverpool along with several university prizes, including the Dean’s Prize for Best Final Year Student.
He attended the Inns of Court School of Law to complete his Bar Vocational Course, at the conclusion of which he was awarded an Outstanding together with a prize from the Honourable Society of the Inner Temple, of which he is a member.
He practiced in Jamaica with the law firm of Gordon McGrath. He has experience in all areas of commercial litigation, including corporate and funds-related insolvency, intellectual property and asset recovery.