Pupil - Completion of 6 Months Lawful Pupillage Register

Pupils List 2019

PUPILLAGES: Effective 1 May 2014, ALL pupils are required to register with the Bar Association office.

 

PUPILS WHO WISH TO APPEAR in a Court of Summary Jurisdiction will be issued a Certificate from the Association which would provide a marker that the first 6 months of pupillage is complete indicating to the members of the bar and the judiciary that the pupil now has a right of audience. Pupil Master is to attest that Advocacy and Litigation Training has taken place.  Pupil/Pupil Master, please email bdabar@logic.bm to attest to the completion of pupillage date so that the Certificate may be issued. 

 

Pupil to complete six months training in the course of lawful pupillage as referred to in section 51(1)(a)(ii)(bb) of the Supreme Court Act 1905. For so long as their period of practical training continues, the pupil shall have full rights of audience in any court of summary jurisdiction.

 

Please note that applying for a "Certifcate of Completion of Six Months Pupillage" is optional as not all pupils wish to appear in a Court of Summary Jursidiction. Pupils, please send a reminder email to the Bar Office to allow time for pupillage confirmation and time to prepare the Certificate.  

 

#Pupil NameLaw Firm/CompayStart date pupillage & expected
admission Bermuda Bar date
Date pupil may appear in
Court of Summary Jurisdiction
1 Nekeisha Hayward-Cameron Validus Holdings Ltd. 15 Apr 2016 - April 2017 15 October 2016 (Cert not required)
2 Kiara Wilkinson Smith Bean & Co 26 June 2017 - June 2018 26 December 2017 
3 Xiomara Maddocks Benedek Lewin Limited 24 Sept 2018 - Sept 2019 24 March 2019
4 Tine Michelle Tucker Department of Public Prosecutions 1 Oct 2018 - Oct 2019 1 April 2019 (Cert issued)
5 Stacee Smith Taylors / Walkers Bermuda 15 Oct 2018 - Oct 2019 15 April 2019 (Cert issued)
6 Kemilah Swan DV Bermuda Limited Continuation pupillage 29 July 2019  
7 Gambrill Robinson Canterbury Law Limited 1 Nov 2019 - Nov 2020 1 May 2020

Last update 29 October 2019