Offshore: Caribbean & Atlantic Sun, sea, sand... and a lot of hard work
Although there are opportunities for English-qualified barristers and solicitors to work in the Caribbean and Bermuda, Tom Lowe says anyone looking for an easy ride will be disappointed
Some of the attractions of working in the offshore Caribbean sector must be obvious to all – any protest about the hard work involved is normally met with scepticism or howls of laughter at home. But despite this, few of those instructed to travel to these jurisdictions will doubt the complex and challenging nature of the work.
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