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INCLUSIVE NETWORKING EVENT
24th February, 2020
With Ms Ruth Reid's Cake and Counsel and King's College London Bar & Mooting Society.
Kindly sponsored by Atkin Chambers, Francis Taylor Building, COMBAR, Twenty Essex, Blackstone Chambers and Queen Mary Law Society.
UNDERSTANDING ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION WITHIN THE BAR
10th March 2020
In collaboration with QMUL ADR Society, we hosted a panel that discussed how barristers begun a career within ADR. It explored what they do, with a comparative analysis in relation to big city firms, and discussed the distinction between the employed and self-employed bar.
Stephen Oliver QC from Pump Court Tax
Emma Catia Walker from DWF
Peter Nias from Pump Court Tax
THE HONOURABLE SOCIETY OF MIDDLE TEMPLE TOUR
19th February 2020
A guided tour from Middle Temple for Queen Mary Bar Society Members.
THE INNS OF COURT COLLEGE OF ADVOCACY DISCUSSING "YOUR ROUTE TO THE BAR"
3rd December 2019
A talk from the ICCA about how to access the bar, and how they can support your journey.
THE HONOURABLE SOCIETY OF LINCOLN’S INN TOUR
27th December 2019
A guided tour from Lincoln's Inn for Queen Mary Bar Society Members
PANEL WITH QUEEN MARY CAREERS
A panel with QM careers about life at the bar.
AN EVENING WITH JUDGE REA
24th October 2019
Our first event of the year invited the incredible Karen Rea (DDJ) to speak with some of our most enthusiastic members.
It was a delight to have her with us to share both wisdom and laughs. Thank you to Karen for taking the time to meet us and treat us to a talk we will benefit from in the rest of our careers.
LAW FOR NON-LAW: HOW DO I PRACTICE IF I DON'T HAVE A LAW DEGREE?
28th November 2019
In collaboration with QMUL Law Society, and The History Society, we threw an informative panel for future lawyers pursuing non-law degrees. Our amazing panelists shared great advice and we hopefully did our job of directing more talented students towards a career at the Bar!
LIFE WITHIN THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM
25th November 2019
A panel and Q&A with:
Simon Clements (Crown Prosecution Service's Digital Business Programme Director)
Jo Sidhu QC (25 Bedford Row and No 5 Chambers)
Courtenay Griffiths QC (25 Bedford Row)
Ruth Reid (3 Temple Gardens)
Laura Paisley (9 King’s Bench Walk)