Róisín Liddy-Murphy > Conyers > Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands > Lawyer Profile
SIX, 2ND FLOOR, CRICKET SQUARE
PO BOX 2681
GRAND CAYMAN, KY1-1111
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Róisín Liddy-Murphy is Counsel in the Litigation department in the Cayman Islands Office of Conyers.
An experienced advocate, Róisín was called to the Bar of Ireland in 2006 and to the Bar of England and Wales in 2013. She has advised and represented clients on a broad range of commercial and insolvency litigation proceedings and has extensive experience in appearing in Court as counsel on contentious and non-contentious matters. Her expertise includes advising and acting in personal and corporate insolvencies, restructurings, debt collection, data protection and commercial disputes.
- RISA (Recovery & Insolvency Specialists’ Association Cayman)
- INSOL Europe
- Trinity College Dublin, M. Litt Degree (Cross-Border Insolvency), 2017
- Accredited Mediator (Mediation Forum Ireland) 2012
- Honorable Society of Kings Inns, Barrister-at-Law Degree, 2006
- University of Limerick, LL.B Degree (Law and French) 2005
Working closely with the firm’s other offshore offices, Conyers’ team in Cayman fields specialists in corporate litigation, international arbitration, cross-border insolvency and restructuring, contentious trusts disputes, and other litigation involving Cayman structures, including property, regulatory, and employment disputes. The team has notably been involved in a number of appeals before the Cayman Islands Court of Appeal, as well as substantial trials and interlocutory applications before the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands. Alex Potts QC heads up the team, which counts all-rounder Jonathon Milne, Erik Bodden and contentious trusts lead Robert Lindley among its key practitioners. In recent news, Roisin Liddy-Murphy and Spencer Vickers were both promoted to counsel in May 2021.