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City of London Corporation: Office of the City Remembrancer
Monday, 30th October 2017
Parliamentary Affairs Counsel
An opportunity has arisen to join a small team at the heart of the City Corporation providing specialist advice on constitutional matters and on legislative proposals affecting the City of London.The post-holder will help take forward the City’s Private Bills, preparing and commenting on policy proposals, analysing public bills and drafting amendments, and drawing up submissions to Government and Parliamentary inquiries, at an exceptionally important time for the City of London.
We are looking for an individual who has completed the Bar Professional Training Course and has either yet to undertake or has completed pupillage. He or she must have an interest in the Parliamentary and legislative process, an aptitude for analysis and research, high quality written and oral communication skills, and be a team player in what is both a traditional and cutting-edge institution.
The starting salary for this position will be negotiable up to £55,000 reflecting the individual’s circumstances. The post is available on an initial 2 year contract.
If you would like to discuss the post please contact Nigel Lefton on 020 7332 1028 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
Policy Forum for Wales Keynote Seminar: 22nd November 2017
Friday, 20th October 2017
Priorities for employability in Wales: developing and delivering ‘Working Wales’
Julie James AM, Minister for Skills and Science, Welsh Government
Graham Bowd, Chief Executive, Careers Wales
Deri Ap Hywel, Deputy Director, Valleys Projects, Welsh Government
Fflur Jones, Partner and Head of Employment and HR, Darwin Gray
Councillor Myfanwy Alexander, Powys County Council; Mair Bell, Public Policy Institute for Wales; Paul Byard, EEF; Natasha Davies, Chwarae Teg; Bryan Godsell, Unite Wales; Mike James, Cardiff and Vale College Group; Iwan Thomas, North Wales Economic Ambition Board and a senior speaker from to be confirmed from Cardiff Metropolitan University
Russell George AM, Chair, Economy, Infrastructure and Skills Committee
Bydd cyfieithu ar y pryd ar gael yn y gynhadledd hon
Simultaneous translation will be available at this conference
Timing: Morning, Wednesday, 22nd November 2017
Venue: Park Inn Hotel, Mary Ann Street, Cardiff CF10 2JH
Westminster Legal Policy Forum Keynote Seminar: 8th March 2018
Friday, 20th October 2017
Diversity and inclusionin the legal profession - widening access, improving workplace culture and assessing new regulatory priorities
Jane Malcolm, Executive Director, External Affairs, Solicitors Regulation Authority
Amit Popat, Head of Equality and Access to Justice, Bar Standards Board
and a speaker from the Legal Services Board
further contributions from
Catherine Baksi, Freelance Legal Affairs Journalist and Author, Legal Hackette’s Brief; Cordella Bart-Stewart, Black Solicitors Network; Chris Edwards, Travers Smith; Dominic Griffiths, Mayer Brown International; Elizabeth Rimmer, LawCare and Rachel Spearing, Pump Court Chambers; Wellbeing at the Bar Program and Wellness for Law UK
Morning, Thursday, 8th March 2018
Westminster Education Forum Keynote Seminar- 2 Feb 2018
Wednesday, 18th October 2017
Next steps for England’s examination system - priorities for the regulator and key issues for e-assessment and marking
Senior speaker confirmed from Ofqual
Tim Downie, RM Results; Nansi Ellis, National Education Union (ATL Section); Helen Pike, Magdalen College School, Oxford; Greg Watson, GL Assessment; Paula Wilcock, International Baccalaureate and Matt Wingfield, The e-Assessment Association
Thelma Walker MP, Member, Education Select Committee
Seminar supported by RM Results
Morning, Friday, 2nd February 2018
Inns of Court Kalisher Representative
Tuesday, 12th September 2017
Inns of Court Kalisher Representative
The Kalisher Trust is looking for one representative from each Inn who will assist:
- the Trust at all Kalisher events, including education and fundraising;
- in promoting Kalisher opportunities around the Inns; and
- in the administration of the Trust when required;
The Kalisher Trust team varies from junior members of the Bar to the senior Judiciary. All have a key role. You would be joining this team which will give you a fabulous opportunity to learn from and network with an evidently wide range of members of the legal profession.
This is a prime opportunity for students passionate about joining the Criminal Bar and who share the ethos of the trust.
The successful candidates will:
- have completed a law degree or Graduate Diploma in Law;
- have completed or soon be taking the BPTC;
- have an excellent academic record, and proven intellectual ability;
- have a demonstrated interest in criminal law and the criminal justice system;
- be motivated to succeed at the Criminal Bar, and have taken steps to develop skills and personal qualities necessary to succeed there;
- have demonstrated potential as an advocate;
- demonstrate financial need (in confidence, candidates will be asked to supply the interview panel with appropriate evidence ).
Stage 1: cover letter (indicating your Inn) and CV sent to email@example.com by midnight on the 1st October 2017. The cover letter must be no longer than 300 words and must explain:
- why you want the role; and
- how you satisfy the eligibility criteria;
Stage 2: 12 shortlisted applicants (3 from each Inn) will be invited for an interview with a panel drawn from Martin Shaw (Kalisher Vice President), Joe Harmston, Sir Brian Leveson (President of the Queen’s Bench Division), Lady Justice Rafferty, Mrs Justice Carr, Max Hill QC, Merry Van Woodenberg (Kalisher Trust Secretary) and Ed Gross (Assistant Secretary).
 There is no financial award for becoming a Kalisher Trust representative. However, the ethos of the trust is based around helping those with limited financial backing.