HSM welcomes four summer interns

HSM Managing Partner Huw Moses, centre, with, from left, HSM summer interns Paula Brown, Amelia Lamie, Xylina Ritch and Yanina Montero.

The HSM Group has once again opened its doors for their summer internship programme and has welcomed four students from the Cayman Islands Further Education Centre.

Joining the team will be Paula Brown, Amelia Lamie, Xylina Ritch and Yanina Montero. As a full-service law firm in the Cayman Islands, HSM is able to offer them a wide range of experiences including corporate services, debt collection, immigration and finance.

This internship comes off the heels of a 10‑month work experience stint with the CIFEC programme, where these students, along with 12 others, came to work at HSM twice a week during school hours.

“Their ambition and willingness to learn inspires us,” said HSM Managing Partner Huw Moses. “Our team looks forward to this experience each year, and we are proud to be able to help mold Cayman’s next generation of leaders.”

HSM will also be participating at CIFEC’s annual career fair in September. At this time, they plan to take on at least 10 students who are looking for a dynamic experience in the legal field. HSM has supported the CIFEC programme since the firm opened its doors in 2012, and employs six CIFEC graduates full-time.

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