Walkers admits new Caymanian attorney

Zacharie Caudeiron has completed his articles of clerkship at Walkers and has been called to the Cayman Islands Bar.

His application was moved by Walkers partner Colette Wilkins, before Justice Richard Williams at the Grand Court in Cayman.

Born and raised in the Cayman Islands, Caudeiron attended St. Ignatius Catholic School from primary school straight through to A Levels. He then attended St. Michaels University School in Canada for one year before starting an LLB degree at Queen Mary, University of London where he graduated with Upper Second Class Honours in 2014.

“I have thoroughly enjoyed my time being an articled clerk at Walkers,” Caudeiron said. “The training I received exposed me to a diverse and interesting range of work, and I am grateful for the skills I have obtained from the programme.”

During his undergraduate years, Caudeiron participated in several mini-pupillages in London and marshalled for the judges of the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands.

He completed the Bar Professional Training Course at City University, London in 2015 and was then called to the Bar of England and Wales later that year.

He successfully completed a 12-month pupillage with 4 Stone Buildings in Lincoln’s Inn, London, and was granted a full qualification certificate in 2017.

Caudeiron was articled to Wilkins for the duration of his legal training in the Cayman Islands.

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