Tuesday 19th of January 2021 13:00
LocationOnline via Zoom (joining link will be circulated via email)
ThemesAdvocacy SkillsLegal Knowledge, Justice and the Rule of Law
13:00 - 14:30
Ensure that you have joined before the QS is due to start.
Dress codeSmart Casual
All members of the Inn are welcome to attend - please book a ticket
Master Greenwood is a judge of the Iran-United States Claims Tribunal. From 2009 to 2018 he was a judge of the International Court of Justice. He is Lent Reader for 2020.
[Bookings will open at 18:00 on Friday 18 December]
This event is for members only.
Qualifying Session Details
- Develop an understanding of the variety of international tribunals, the ways in which they differ from national courts and, in particular, courts in England, and the different advocacy challenges which they possess.
- Also, develop knowledge and understanding of the impact which their work can have on courts in this country.
Links to the Professional Statement, wider workings of the Bar, administration of justice or a public interest matter
The QS will align with these elements of the Professional Statement:
- 1.1 / 1.3 / 1.4 / 1.18
Bookings and Cancellations
Where we have a waiting list we will offer your ticket to someone else, so please do cancel your ticket if you are no longer able to attend.
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