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Conyers Awards UCCI Scholarship

March 2010 Updated on 25 March 2010

Conyers is pleased to announce that Caymanian Sherry Ann Smith has won its 2009 UCCI Scholarship Award.

The Conyers UCCI Scholarship is valued at US$5,000 and covers tuition, registration and textbook costs for the ILEX Certification as a Legal Secretary. Subject to the achievement of specified grades, the Scholarship can be renewed for a further year.

Sherry Ann Smith submitted an impressive application and was chosen as the recipient of this year's Award through a highly competitive selection process which involved both a written application and an extensive interview process. Sherry will attend the ILEX Legal Secretarial Course at the UCCI for the 2009/2010 academic year.

Keisha Syms, Manager of Human Resources in Conyers' Cayman Islands office, commented: "We are pleased to name Sherry as our 2009 scholar and to see such a high level of talented Caymanians apply for the award. Sherry's impressive energy and enthusiasm in striving for and achieving her goals stood out and made her an impressive candidate for the scholarship. We wish her well in her studies."

Conyers Dill & Pearman is actively involved in providing support, assistance and training within the legal profession to young Caymanians.

 

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Conyers Awards UCCI Scholarship

25 March 2010 Updated on 25 March 2010

Conyers is pleased to announce that Caymanian Sherry Ann Smith has won its 2009 UCCI Scholarship Award.

The Conyers UCCI Scholarship is valued at US$5,000 and covers tuition, registration and textbook costs for the ILEX Certification as a Legal Secretary. Subject to the achievement of specified grades, the Scholarship can be renewed for a further year.

Sherry Ann Smith submitted an impressive application and was chosen as the recipient of this year's Award through a highly competitive selection process which involved both a written application and an extensive interview process. Sherry will attend the ILEX Legal Secretarial Course at the UCCI for the 2009/2010 academic year.

Keisha Syms, Manager of Human Resources in Conyers' Cayman Islands office, commented: "We are pleased to name Sherry as our 2009 scholar and to see such a high level of talented Caymanians apply for the award. Sherry's impressive energy and enthusiasm in striving for and achieving her goals stood out and made her an impressive candidate for the scholarship. We wish her well in her studies."

Conyers Dill & Pearman is actively involved in providing support, assistance and training within the legal profession to young Caymanians.

 

 

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