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Lawyer admitted to the Bar

Published on Sunday, August 9, 2009 Email To Friend    Print Version

(L-R) Hector Robinson, Partner at Mourant du Feu & Jeune in the Cayman Islands, Mourant’s lawyer Sonia Bush and Judge Charles Quin.

Sonia Bush, a Mourant du Feu & Jeune attorney, was admitted to the Cayman Islands Bar at a ceremony in the Grand Court on Friday, 31 July.

Hector Robinson, Partner at Mourant du Feu & Jeune in the Cayman Islands, made the application for admission.

Ms Bush, who was born in Jamaica and moved to the Cayman Islands after finishing high school, qualified as an attorney-at-law in July 2009 having graduated from the University of Liverpool (Cayman Islands Law School) and successfully completed her period of articles with Mourant du Feu & Jeune.

She is a member of the firm’s Commercial Litigation practice in the Cayman Islands and assists the team with commercial and trust disputes, property, intellectual property and probate matters.

With over 10 years of banking experience, particularly in offshore banking and trusts, she is a designated Trust and Estate Practitioner and has been a member of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners since 2001.

She also holds a Bachelor of Science degree in International Finance; a Master of Business Administration degree; a Master of Science degree; and is also a Notary Public in the Cayman Islands.

Hector Robinson, Partner at Mourant du Feu & Jeune, said: “I would like to congratulate Sonia on reaching this milestone in her professional career. We welcome her at a time when the firm is extremely busy and she will be an important member of the Commercial Litigation team as we continue to grow the practice.”

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