While the Cayman Islands may conjure up images of sandy beaches and pricey resorts, the sunny tourist paradise is also synonymous with money laundering and tax evasion.

The Cayman Islands is a key jurisdiction for international business and tax law — a fact that hasn’t escaped Case Western Reserve University School of Law, based in Cleveland. The school has started what it claims is the first legal course in the island nation for a U.S. law school.

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