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Campbells welcomes new Articled Clerk Aliana Dodds

Campbells is pleased to welcome Ms Aliana Dodds to our Articled Clerk training programme this month. Ms Dodds obtained her LLB from the University of Liverpool and completed her LPC at Northumbria University with a Commendation. She has been employed with Campbells since 2020 and is excited to continue her career with the firm.

“Campbells is passionate about nurturing bright young talent and we are delighted to welcome Aliana into our Articled Clerk Training Programme this year. We look forward to seeing Aliana grow and develop throughout the programme and take advantage of this excellent opportunity,” said Campbells’ Managing Partner, Alan Craig.

Campbells is proud to support Caymanians pursuing the study and practice of law and, in addition to offering a comprehensive Articled Clerk Training Programme, the Firm also offers scholarships and summer internships. Campbells’ 18-month Articled Clerk Training Programme consists of carefully monitored rotations between different practice areas and ensures recipients receive active mentorship and a wide breadth of experience across all departments.

Aliana commented, “Campbells has been instrumental in my personal and professional development. I look forward to carrying out my Articles of Clerkship at a firm which supports and promotes the talent of their staff and ensures the career progression of young people, especially Caymanians.”

About Campbells Articled Clerk Programme

The Campbells Articled Clerk Training Programme offers legal and professional development to qualifying Caymanians wishing to further their career in law. It provides students with the opportunity to develop their skills and knowledge by working with experienced attorneys and participate in a leading professional programme.

 Articling Rotation

Articled clerks are expected to complete four “seats” in different practice areas with each rotation being three to six months in duration. The successful candidate will be expected to complete a minimum of one corporate and one litigation focused rotation.


During each seat, the articling clerk is assigned a mentor or principal whose role it is to ensure that the articling clerk receives relevant work experience. The mentor will ensure that the successful articling clerk will receive ongoing feedback on their work. There are also regularly scheduled meetings with the articling clerk to discuss their professional development and provide an opportunity for them to give feedback.