The Caymanian Bar Association ("CBA") was established in 1988 after senior Caymanian attorneys perceived the need for an organisation to address issues of particular relevance to Caymanian attorneys and effectively to represent the views of Caymanian attorneys who were, and are, a minority in the profession in the Cayman Islands.
To that end all Caymanians, as defined in the Immigration law (2015 Revision), who are admitted to practise as an attorney in the Cayman Islands and possess a current practising certificate, are eligible to be members of the CBA.
Most Caymanian attorneys who are eligible have joined the CBA, and the organisation currently represents the interests of around more than 230 Caymanian attorneys. The CBA also has a Student Chapter with over 150 honorary student members comprised of Caymanian law students and articled clerks.
Please click below to download the CBA's Memorandum and Articles of Association and By-Laws.