Christine Bodden is one of our partners in the Cayman Islands. Her practice areas primarily include company, property, civil, family and intellectual property.
Christine was raised in Toronto, Canada and attended York University where she earned a Bachelor of Arts, majoring in Political Science. She later earned her law degree from the University of Liverpool and then attended the Inns of Court School of Law in London, England. After completing 18 months of Articles with well-known offshore law firm, Appleby (Cayman Islands), Christine was admitted to the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands as an Attorney-at-Law. She is also admitted as a Non-Practising Barrister in England and Wales and she is member of the Honourable Society of Gray’s Inn.
Christine’s professional experience includes roles as an Associate and as In-House Counsel where she has held positions at companies including Appleby, Credit Suisse, Sinclairs, Citco and Quality Law Services. She also currently presides on the board of directors of a few Cayman registered companies.
Bachelor of Arts, majoring in Political Science.
LLB, University of Liverpool
BVC – Inns of Court School of Law, London, England.
Non-Practising Barrister in England and Wales and Member of the Honourable Society of Gray’s Inn.
Christine remains a longstanding volunteer with the Cayman Islands Family Resource Centre where she provides pro bono legal services advising on a range of matters, including family, criminal and civil matters.
Christine is also a runner and can often be found jogging along in Grand Cayman.