Maples and Calder announced that Alicia Thompson has completed her articles of clerkship with the firm and was admitted as an attorney-at-law in the Cayman Islands by Justice Richard Williams on June 8.
Ms. Thompson attended the Truman Bodden Law School where she received a Bachelor of Laws in 2015 and completed the Legal Practice Course with Commendation at the University of Law in 2016. She first joined Maples and Calder in Nov. 2016 as an articled clerk and following her qualification will be practicing in the firm’s Finance group.
During her studies at the Truman Bodden Law School, Ms. Thompson was the recipient of the Dillon Eustace Award for Top Caymanian Student. As an active member of the law student community, she was the 2014-2015 undergraduate representative for the Cayman Islands Bar association, a member of the Student Society of the Truman Bodden Law School and was the third-year representative for the school.
“The Finance group is delighted to welcome Alicia to the team,” said Mark Matthews, partner and global head of the Maples and Calder’s Finance practice. “We know she will be a valuable resource to the team and we look forward to working with Alicia as her career progresses.”