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Associate admitted as attorney-at-law in the Cayman Islands

Collas Crill associate Dawn Major has been admitted to practise as an attorney-at-law in the Cayman Islands by the Honourable Justice Cheryll Richards, QC.

Collas Crill's Cayman Managing Partner Stephen Leontsinis led the Court through Dawn's legal qualifications, work experience and satisfactory completion of Articles at Collas Crill. She was then welcomed by Madam Justice Richards to the Roll of Cayman attorneys, who recognised her many well-wishers both in the audience and over livestream and expressed confidence that Dawn would continue to make an outstanding contribution at Collas Crill.

Dawn Major said: 'It is a huge honour to be admitted as an Attorney. I have been very fortunate to work with some amazing people in my career so far and thank Stephen and my colleagues at Collas Crill for all their support. My journey in law is just beginning and I pledge to give it my all.'

Stephen Leontsinis said: 'I am delighted to see Dawn reach this richly deserved milestone. Dawn is a highly driven individual with great intellect, enthusiasm and charm, and has a fantastic legal career ahead of her at Collas Crill. We are passionate about developing home-grown talent at Collas Crill and I'm delighted to be supporting Dawn's professional growth. It's a pleasure to have her in the team.'

Photo caption (L-R): The Honourable Justice Cheryll Richards, QC, Stephen Leontsinis and Dawn Major.

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