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Welcome to the Caymanian Bar Association.
Since its inception nearly 30 years ago, the CBA's mandate has been to serve the legal profession and represent the views and interests of Caymanian attorneys ...
The CBA currently represents the interests of over 230 Caymanian attorneys and over 100 Caymanian law students and articled clerks.
Our mission also includes the protection, promotion and enhancement of Caymanian attorneys through the promotion of training and development and career progression within the legal profession. We also work with the Government of the Cayman Islands, the Cayman Islands Law Society and other stakeholders to encourage the constant review of the law and desired law reform.
Our Council is comprised of a President, Vice President, Treasurer and Secretary along with 5 other Council members, all of whom are elected annually by our members. For further details on our current Council please click here .
Our Student Chapter provides a forum for Caymanian law students and articled clerks seeking a career in law. For further information on our Student Chapter please visit our Student Chapter Page or contact one of our Student Chapter Representatives.
If you are interested in joining the CBA, please visit our Membership page by clicking here for further information.
Lastly, if you have any queries or wish to contact the CBA, Contact Us page or email us directly at
Caymanian Bar Associationmore
Starting 4 July 2017, the Cayman Islands Courts will offer a new Judicial Clerkship programme for Articled Clerks with local law firms, which will count towards their legal training requirements. Announcing the programme, the Chief Justice, Hon. Anthony Smellie explained tha...
CBA Seminar Series Speech Many thanks President Thoppil for allowing me to say a few words on the CBA Seminar Series, which by all accounts has been a huge success. Firstly, I must thank fellow Council Member, Treasurer and Co-Chairman on the Seminar Series Committee, Mr. Neil Timms QC. This has bee...
Published on October 7, 2015