Questioning DPP job ads

I saw in another paper two government advertisements that appear to be tailor-made for the present work permit holders. One is for three positions for Crown Counsel (Criminal) and one is for Senior Crown Counsel.

They are all excellent paying positions that would normally attract some excellent minds, except that the advertisements state that only attorneys-at-law who have been called to the Bar of the Cayman Islands are eligible for the job.

I believe this is wrong and the positions should be opened up to attorneys who have the experience. They can go through the process of being called to the Bar if their application is accepted.

Surely, fresh new eyes would be of great benefit to the Department of Public Prosecutions.