Topic Archives: MJM Barristers & Attorneys

This Wednesday will see 400 continuous years of sitting of the Supreme Court in Bermuda since it first sat on the 15th June 1616.

Congratulations on behalf of the legal team, managers and staff at MJM Limited!

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As one of the oldest international trust jurisdictions, Bermuda is known as a premier jurisdiction for trusts and other private client structures. Bermuda serves a broad spectrum of international businesses and high net worth clients and this year we proudly hosted the Transcontinental Trusts Forum: International Forum 2016

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MJM Limited is pleased to announce that it has been highly ranked by Chambers & Partners in the Chambers Global Rankings 2016 for Bermuda.

Chambers described MJM as being a “Well-established independent firm drawing praise for its outstanding knowledge of the Bermudian market.”

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In The Allied Trust and Allied Development Partners Ltd v Attorney General and Minister for Home Affairs [2015] SC Civ (Bda) 61, dated 24 August 2015, the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Bermuda ruled in favour of our client, the Minister of Home Affairs, and struck out a constitutional claim made by the Allied Trust and Allied Development Partners Limited (the “Applicants”) in relation to the voiding of the Waterfront agreements. Following a Notice of Motion for Leave to Appeal filed in September 2015, the Applicants were granted leave to appeal by the Chief Justice on 20 November 2015.

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On 31 March 2016, lawyers from MJM Limited attended a Student Networking Event at the Bermuda College, providing students with information and insight into a legal career. Students had the opportunity to hear from lawyers Louise Charleson and Kimberley D. Caines as well as from the firm’s pupil, Tristy Smith, about the various areas of law practiced in Bermuda, the process to qualify and the benefits of pursuing a legal career. Overall, although the students’ areas of study varied, they learned of the benefits of utilizing their unique skills if they were to enter the field of law as a lawyer and had the opportunity to network with us.

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