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Conyers Dill & Pearman is delighted to announce that Erik Bodden has been awarded the Conyers Legal Scholarship for the second year in a row, due to his outstanding achievement and commitment to the profession.
Erik achieved top marks in his class during his first year of a Bachelor of Laws (LLB) degree at the Cayman Islands Law School, which is affiliated with the University of Liverpool. Erik was also awarded the prestigious Sweet & Maxwell prize, presented annually to the highest performing law student.
Kevin Butler, partner in Conyers’ Cayman Islands office and Erik’s mentor, commented: “Erik has shown unwavering dedication to achievement during the past year, and we are pleased to present him with this deserved award. Erik can often be seen in our offices working into the evenings and studying through weekends, using to his full advantage all the resources available to him. It has been a pleasure to mentor such a committed young Caymanian and we wish Erik continued success with his studies.”
Erik Bodden comments: “I am very pleased to be selected as the 2009 recipient of the Conyers Legal Scholarship. The firm has given me an excellent opportunity, and Kevin Butler’s mentorship has been very insightful. I look forward to continuing in my studies.”
Erik obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Business, Marketing and Spanish Culture in 2005 from Wilfrid Laurier University in Canada, and an International Certificate of Compliance in 2007 from the University of Manchester.
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