Law firm Conyers hires three associates
Cayman Islands law firm Conyers Dill & Pearman has announced the hire of Elizabeth Denman, Callum Harper and Anton Goldstein as associates to the firm's corporate team.
Denman and Harper have joined the Bermuda practice and Goldstein has joined the firm's British Virgin Islands practice.
John Collis, chairman of Conyers, says: 'The scope and breadth of Conyers' reach has enabled it to remain strong and continue to grow organically even during these challenging economic times. We welcome Elizabeth, Callum and Anton to the firm as we continue to grow and position ourselves as leader in the market for offshore legal services.'
Denman (pictured) specialises in all aspects of corporate and commercial law with an emphasis on mutual and hedge funds, partnerships and securities. Prior to joining Conyers, Denman was the leader of the Funds Group at Mello Jones & Martin for eight years.
Harper's practice includes all aspects of corporate and commercial law with specialist expertise in structured finance and corporate finance transactions. Harper joins Conyers from the securities and structured finance department of Ashurst.
Goldstein's practice includes all aspects of corporate law with specialist expertise in private equity and hedge funds. Goldstein joins Conyers from the corporate department of Sullivan & Cromwell.
The growth of the Bermuda office complements Conyers' continued growth globally. Last year, the firm opened new offices in Moscow, Mauritius and São Paulo and made several key hires. Today, Conyers comprises of over 550 staff in 11 jurisdictions with more than 150 lawyers.
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