Randall Martin, a Caymanian by descent, has been admitted to the Caymanian Bar Association to practice as an attorney in the Cayman Islands.
Bodden & Bodden presented the application to Justice Charles Quin.
Mr. Martin obtained a background in economics and finance from Louisiana State University, when he enrolled in the bachelor of law course at the University of Liverpool through the Cayman Islands Law School in 2007.
In his first year of law school, he was hired by Bodden & Bodden as a legal intern and quickly showed potential. Upon completion of his bachelor of law course, the firm sponsored Mr. Martin’s professional practice course and he earned an articles of clerkship position.
During the past seven years, Mr. Martin has trained directly beneath partners Sherri Bodden and Lynn M. Bodden, in corporate and commercial matters, immigration, labour, conveyancing, private client and matrimonial matters.
In September, Mr. Martin began working with Bodden & Bodden litigation under the supervision of David Dinner, where he has gained experience in complex personal injury cases, insolvency matters and estate disputes.
In noting the historical moment, Lynn M. Bodden said, “Bodden & Bodden has grown from humble beginnings as a two lawyer firm in 2002 to a firm that can now be proud in having completed the training of its third Caymanian articled clerk. As a small firm that’s something to be proud of.”