Marshall Diel & Myers Limited is committed to developing the future of the Bar in Bermuda by offering annual pupillages to suitably qualified applicants. We welcome applications for pupillage from candidates who are personable, assured and have the ability to instill confidence in our clients. They will be focused, intelligent and possess strong academic qualifications with ideally a 2:1 at degree level. Pupils should demonstrate a strong desire to pursue a legal career and have a particular interest in the areas of law in which Marshall Diel & Myers Limited specialize.
Marshall Diel & Myers Limited wish to continue to provide the highest level of professional and effective service to our clients. We believe that the best way to do so is to ensure that we recruit the finest pupils available and provide a wide ranging, enjoyable and first class training experience which will equip our pupils with all the skills necessary to succeed in providing high quality legal advice to the clients of Marshall Diel & Myers Limited.
We consider applicants for pupillage positions effective September of each year. Pupils will be given the opportunity to experience all practice areas of Marshall Diel & Myers Limited during their training. Following the successful completion of one year, pupils will be called to the Bermuda Bar. Thereafter, a pupil will become an Associate of the firm but will continue to be supervised for a further year. Marshall Diel & Myers Limited is committed to offering full-time permanent positions on the completion of a successful pupillage and offers excellent and competitive starting salaries.
It is a requirement of the Department of Immigration that pupillages may only be offered to Bermudians or PRC holders with the right to work in Bermuda.
Application for pupillage is to be made on the relevant form which can be obtained from Annette Beveridge by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or can be downloaded from our website. The application form must be completed in the applicant’s own handwriting and accompanied by:
- A covering letter outlining your interest;
- Proof of acceptance into a course of legal study; or proof of enrolment;
- Official copies of all educational transcripts which must carry the certification of grades;
- An up-to-date curriculum vitae setting out educational and work experience and other extracurricular activities;
- A copy of proof of Bermudian status;
- One written employment reference (or an extra character or academic reference if there is no employment history);
- One written academic reference;
- One written character reference; and
- A sample of most recent legal work (paper)
All documents must be submitted no later than 5 p.m. on 31st May (or the next business day if the 31st is on a weekend).
Applications will not be processed unless all of the prescribed documents are submitted.
All applications should be addressed to:
Marshall Diel & Myers Pupillage Programme
Attention: Annette Beveridge
Marshall Diel & Myers Limited
31 Reid Street
By email: email@example.com