Hamilton, Bermuda – Appleby is delighted to welcome Bermudian college and university students selected for its 2022 summer internship programme.
The internships, ranging from two to 13 weeks, assigns each student with a mentor and places them in a legal practice area or support group department in the firm’s Bermuda office.
This year’s students are:
- Corporate – Guielle Bean, completing a Bachelor of Laws at Nottingham Trent University; Max Blakeney, completing a Bachelor of Laws at The University of Buckingham; and Jada Rogers-Ingemann, a 2021 Appleby Bursary recipient, completing a Bachelor of Laws at University of Kent
- Dispute Resolution – Zamauri Hardtman, completing a Bachelor of Laws at The University of Buckingham; Briana Medeiros, a 2021 Appleby Bursary recipient, completing a Bachelor of Science at University of Toronto; Milaun Perott, a 2021 Appleby Legal Education Scholarship recipient, completing a Graduate Diploma of Law at University of Law; and Zene Wade, a 2020 Appleby/Berkeley Institute Scholarship recipient, completing a Bachelor of Biomedical Science and Enterprise at Georgia State University
- Private Client & Trusts – Ryley Tannock, completing a Legal Practice Course at University of Law
- Human Resources – Eqypt Cann, a 2021 Appleby/Berkeley Institute scholarship recipient, completing a Bachelor of Business Administration at Temple University Fox School of Business and Charlotte Faries, completing a Bachelor of Education at Trinity Western University
- Operations – Jordan Caisey, completing a Bachelor of Laws at University of the West of England; Kayla Caldwell, completing a Bachelor of Laws at University of Kent; Bryanna Furtado, completing a Bachelor of Marketing at Framingham State University; and Harley Rouwhorst, who recently completed a pre-Masters degree in International Law at Leiden University
Brad Adderley, Bermuda Managing Partner, said: “We are passionate about providing Bermudian students with ample opportunities to explore their career interests, particularly in the legal sector, at an early stage. I am pleased to welcome this year’s group of student interns, and hope they find their experience fulfilling and insightful.”