Caymanian associate admitted to Cayman Bar

Ridhiima Kapoor, a Caymanian associate at Ogier, has been admitted to the Cayman Islands Bar. 

Ms. Kapoor joined Ogier in September 2012 as an articled clerk and completed the company’s 18-month training program at the end of February. She has joined Ogier’s banking and finance team, led by leading partner James Bagnall. 

Nick Rogers, partner at Ogier in Cayman, said, “Ridhiima has impressed our partners and associates with her enthusiasm for law and her commitment to her training. We are delighted that Ridhiima has been admitted to the Cayman Bar and that our highly regarded articled clerk program has given her a comprehensive, practical training across all areas of work undertaken by the firm.”  

She passed the legal practice course with commendation from the College of Law, London Moorgate, in 2012 and attained her LLB (Hons) from the University of Nottingham, England, in 2011.  

She attained her International Baccalaureate Diploma at the United World College of the Adriatic in Italy, which she attended 2005-2007. 

Ms. Kapoor is the current vice-chairperson of the United World College – Cayman Islands Board and is a member of both the Caymanian Bar Association and the Cayman Islands Law Society. She was admitted to the Cayman Islands Bar on March 7. 


Ridhiima Kapoor, left, pictured here with Judge Charles Quin, center, and Richard de Lacy, QC, has been admitted to the Cayman Islands Bar.

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