Starting on your journey to becoming a Barrister? The Honourable Society of the Inner Temple, one of the four barrister Inns of Court are hosting a series of events across England and Wales for those interested in becoming a barrister.
The evenings are an opportunity to ask questions and interact with barristers and judges. Entry is free and the event is open to Years 12 and 13 students, University students, and Graduates.
Dates and locations as follows:
Doors open at 6.00pm and the evening ends at 8.30pm.
Please note: this link will take you to the Inner Temple website to make your booking.
This event has definitely made me consider for the first time a career at the Bar which seemed to me so untouchable and defined only for people from a certain background before I attended.Student from Insight Evening
The Inner Temple runs the Pegasus Access and Support Scheme to help ensure that all students have the opportunity to undertake a mini-pupillage. University students and Graduates from under-represented backgrounds in the profession are invited to apply, and if successful will be placed with one of the participating Chambers, and join a skills development programme. Applications open on 1 October and will close on 3 December. For more information please visit www.pegasus.me Students do not need to be members to apply for this scheme.
Thinking about becoming a Barrister in 2019? Find out about funding your studies.
This year, the Inner Temple is expecting to make awards to the sum of approximately £1.8 million for all scholarships, the highest amount ever of any Inn. Please note that the deadline for scholarship applications for the 2018/19 Bar Professional Training Course (BPTC) is 2 November 2018. Deadlines for scholarships for the law ‘conversion course’ (CPE/GDL) is 3 May 2019. Visit www.innertemple.org.uk to find out how the Inner Temple can support you.