Harneys articled clerk programme sees another successful graduate

With more than 10 years’ experience in Human Resources within the public and private sector, Natasja was not the average article clerk. Prior to embarking on a career in law, Natasja had already obtained a bachelor’s degree from The International College of the Cayman Islands and a masters degree in Business Administration from Rivier College. Natasja completed her law degree at Truman Bodden Law School followed by her postgraduate diploma in legal studies with distinction from Oxford Brookes University.

Natasja commented: “The firm sought to embrace my strengths while creating opportunities for me to develop new skills. I am delighted to be joining a firm where uniqueness and individuality matter and one that has cultivated an environment that will support my continued growth and advancement.”

Harneys’ articled clerk programme is designed to ensure a varied yet structured training experience, with an emphasis not just on technical training, but also on the soft skills that are relevant to legal practice in Cayman and in the broader offshore context.

Cayman Managing Partner, Nick Hoffman, commented: “We are dedicated to a professional development programme that allows Caymanians to start their career with a full breadth of practical legal experience. We congratulate Natasja on successfully completing the programme, and we look forward to nurturing and developing her career here at Harneys.”

Harneys is committed to providing opportunities to Caymanians beginning their careers in law; those interested in internship, legal scholarship or articles of clerkship are asked to visit harneys.com/careers/students-and-graduates/cayman-islands or contact CAYHRTeam@harneys.com.

via press release

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