Over recent years we've seen an ever increasing number of lawyers making the move Offshore.
In our recent webinar, we interviewed two associates who've recently made the move, to understand more about what it's really like to live and work Offshore. This is a must-watch for any lawyers thinking about relocating, to learn more about what a move to the Caribbean or Channel Islands has to offer.
Chloe read law at Queen Mary University, London, and graduated with a 2.1 LLB. She joined Hydrogen's Offshore team as a consultant soon after, focusing on the recruitment of lawyers across the Channel Islands and the Caribbean, both in private practice and in-house.
Colm joined Walkers' Cayman Islands office in 2018, where he is an Associate in the Regulatory group. Colm and the Regulatory & Risk Advisory group regularly act for major investment banks, investment managers and other service providers, insurers and others, advising on a comprehensive range of regulatory matters.
Having qualified as an Attorney in South Africa in 2017, prior to joining Appleby, Lebogang spent two years in the corporate team of one of Africa’s leading corporate law firms, where she gained extensive commercial experience spanning across industries such as renewable energy and power, courier and warehousing, financial services, information and technology, to name a few.