Truman Bodden Law School (TBLS) Deputy Director, Mr. Scott Atkins has recently had his articles published in two prestigious international legal publications.
Mr. Atkins’ article highlighting new points of law in the area of trusts is included in the the peer-reviewed Oxford University Press journal, Trusts & Trustees.
Additionally, his article on new legal points in the law of contract is incorporated in the Solicitors Journal.
Mr. Atkins said, “I have always felt it important for academics to keep abreast of the latest changes to the law for many reasons, not least so that we are able to teach the students up-to-date legal concepts. These articles detail and reflect on equitable developments in the law of trusts and injunctions for adhering to promises allegedly made in employment contracts.”
TBLS Director, Mr. Mitchell Davies said, “I am delighted that Scott’s articles were published in these reputable journals. Truman Bodden Law School colleagues continue to be at the forefront of developing and enhancing the understanding of English and Cayman Islands’ law and I am proud that the long-established Law School remains an asset of the Islands.”
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