Survive & Thrive | Aggrieved – Exploring the Relationship Between Grief and Working in Legal World
Tuesday 5th of March 2024 17:00Add event to my calendar
17:00 - Doors Open
17:30 - Session
18:30 - Drinks and nibbles Reception in the Queen's Room
This event is expected to end at approximately 20:00
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This will be a panel event during which the speakers, who work within the legal profession, will discuss their personal experiences of grief and how that interacts with their practices.
Georgia-Mae Chung: Pupil Barrister at Mountford Chambers (2021 Call), Consultant at the Sentencing Academy, and former Trainee Legal Adviser at the Thames and Stratford Magistrates’ Courts (2021-2023).
- Houzla Rawat: Barrister at Mountford Chambers (2001 Call) specialising in the areas of crime, business crime and fraud, criminal regulatory, and asset forfeiture and civil recovery.
- Isabel Bertschinger: Recent tenant at One Pump Court (2021 Call) whose practice involves inquests, housing, immigration, and actions against public authorities.
- Sarah Lucy Cooper: Barrister at Thomas More Chambers (1993 Call), practising in the areas of family, alternative dispute resolution, and arbitration. Sarah is also a recorder in the Central Family Court and a trained mediator and arbitrator.
- Sashi Schaffter: Unregistered barrister (2022 call) who holds a Human Rights LLM. She is based in Sri Lanka and has worked as a research analyst looking at the intersection between human rights and cyberspace. She is currently a General Management Apprentice at JXG, one of Sri Lanka’s leading conglomerates, continuing her family’s legacy.
The session will be followed by a drinks and nibbles reception.
Members and students from all four Inns of Court, non-members, and guests are welcome to attend this event.
Middle Temple members can book via the website. Non-members can book by calling the Treasury Department at 020 7427 4800 between the hours of 10:00 and 16:00.
To read more about the Inn's Survive & Thrive programme, please click here.
Who can Attend
Members and students from all four Inns of Court, non-members, and guests.
Non-alchoholic beverages will be available.
Qualifying Session Details
After this session, students should be able to:
- Recognise the experience of grief and how it can impact barristers’ practices
- Describe ways in which barristers can manage grief in their professional life
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:
- 4.2 / 4.4
Bookings and Cancellations
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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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