The purpose of the Cayman Islands Law Review is three-fold:
Firstly, to bridge the gap that exists in the law reporting system in the Cayman Islands. The Cayman Islands Law Reports date back to 1952 and they are firmly established as an excellent and important legal tool for the legal profession, students and those researching Cayman Islands Law. Nevertheless, there are cases that are not reported in the Cayman Islands Law Reports, which may be covered in the Review. Moreover, the Review will likely provide timely summaries of cases that, at a later date, may be reported in the Cayman Islands Law Reports.
Secondly, to provide carefully annotated cases which may remove extraneous materials leading to ease of reading and understanding for the reader. The case summaries are not, however, intended to be a full reporting service.
Thirdly, and perhaps most importantly, the Review seeks to raise the profile of scholarship of the law of the Cayman Islands, providing a forum for research and debate by the publication of articles and commentaries on the law.