HSM’s newest lawyer, Stephanie Mills, became a qualified attorney-at-law in the Cayman Islands on 17 November. Stephanie’s admission was moved by HSM Partner, Sarah Allison, who summarised her qualifications for Justice Richard Williams.
During her admission, Stephanie expressed her gratitude to the Court as well as her family and friends, and is thrilled to put her experience to use in her homeland.
Stephanie has over five years of experience in the legal field and prior to joining HSM, she practiced as a paralegal and subsequently as a solicitor at a UK law firm before returning to the Cayman Islands. While working in the UK, she was exposed to a wide range of practice areas and gained considerable experience in residential conveyancing matters.
Stephanie successfully completed her Legal Practice Course at Manchester Metropolitan University in 2015 and received a Bachelor of Laws (Hons) degree from the Truman Bodden Law School in 2014. During her studies she represented the Cayman Islands Law School in the Caribbean Law Clinic in Florida and their team received an ovation from the judges. Stephanie was admitted as a solicitor of the Superior Courts of England & Wales in 2020.
Stephanie is a part of HSM’s Litigation team and specialises in Debt Solutions and Recovery by providing assistance to a variety of banks and leading businesses enforcing secured/unsecured loan agreements, credit facilities and contracts for the supply of goods/services.
Managing Partner, Huw Moses said the firm was proud to witness this significant milestone in Stephanie’s career and were delighted to see the firm grow with the addition of another qualified Caymanian professional.