Appleby attorney called to bar

Takes on role of professional support lawyer

Rachel Mulligan, a professional support lawyer within Appleby Cayman’s Corporate and Commercial practice group, was recently called to the Cayman Islands Bar; 12 years after her bar call in the UK.

Ms Mulligan’s local admission was moved by Appleby partner Nicolas Joseph, who summarised her qualifications for Justice Alexander Henderson. . She received her Bachelor’s of Arts degree with honours in Modern European Studies from Nottingham Trent University. She also attended Westminster University and wrote the Common Professional Examination after which she completed the Legal Practice Course, receiving a postgraduate diploma in Legal Practice (Commendation) from the College of Law in London. She was admitted as a Solicitor of the Senior Courts of England and Wales (non-practising) in 2000.

Ms Mulligan is a member of Appleby’s global knowledge management team and focuses on developing the firm’s knowledge management infrastructure as well as supporting, developing and maintaining consistency and technical excellence across the firm.

“Rachel is a welcome addition to our team and we are delighted to have attracted her to fill this role in Appleby’s Cayman office,” Mr. Joseph said.

Huw Moses, managing partner of the Cayman office, added: “Appleby’s professional support lawyers add immeasurable value to the firm. They provide legal research support to our professionals and develop training programmes for their continued development. Providing opportunities for personal and professional growth is at the very core of Appleby’s human resources strategy and we are delighted to welcome Rachel and expand on the services available to our legal team.”

Ms Mulligan has joined Marit Hudson, a professional support lawyer within the firm’s Litigation and Insolvency Practice Group.

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