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Students selected for Conyers internships

Three students have been selected to participate in a gap-year programme in the Bermuda office of international law firm Conyers.

The programme, in its second year, offers internships to recent high school graduates or university undergraduates as a way to provide valuable, hands-on business experience during another year under the impact of Covid-19, the firm said.

Luc Dutranoit, Kevonte Jennings-Lathan and Airica Outerbridge will be working with the firm for the next eight months.

Students were placed in Conyers’ corporate services, compliance and marketing departments in alignment with their interest, the firm said.

Mr Dutranoit has been placed with corporate services, Mr Jennings-Lathan is working in the compliance department and Ms Outerbridge is working in Conyers’ marketing department.

Gap year at Conyers: Luc Dutranoit, Airica Outerbridge and Kevonte Jennings-Lathan will be working with the firm for the next eight months (Photograph supplied)

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Published December 16, 2021 at 7:50 am (Updated December 16, 2021 at 7:50 am)

Students selected for Conyers internships

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