One of the core purposes of the Inn is the education and training of students and barristers. This includes the promotion of the ethos of the Bar and the maintenance of the highest professional standards in the public interest. It also includes the provision of scholarships.
If you are not yet a member of the Inn and would like to apply for admission, please see the joining the Inn pages.
Students starting the Bar course can access the Student Introductory Information which gives a summary of oppurtunities and services provided by the Inn.
Infomation on Qualfiying Sessions and the related requirements can be found here.
Qualifying Sessions and other Events can be booked via this link.
If you are interested in watching recordings of previous Qualifying Sessions and Events, they are located here.
Information on Call to the Bar can be found here.
The contact information for the Education Department can be found here.
For all of our other services please see this page.
Volunteering with the Education Department (post Call members)
There are many ways that Called members of the Inn can get involved with the Education Department.
|Outreach||Including hosting undergrad student groups, giving talks, attend law fairs etc.
Contact Richard (firstname.lastname@example.org).
|Qualifying Sessions||In London, on Circuit and remotely. Including giving lectures/talks, facilitating discussion workshops, attending All Inn Dining, leading advocacy workshops.
Contact Alex (email@example.com).
|Residental Advocacy Training Weekends||Contact Geoff (firstname.lastname@example.org).|
|LINK Scheme (formerly Sponsorship)||More information on the scheme here.
Contact Alma (email@example.com).
|Marshalling||More information on the scheme here. Judges who are interested in taking marshals can either complete this form or contact Monica (firstname.lastname@example.org).|
|Mock Pupillage Interview Scheme||More information on the scheme here.
Contact Monica (email@example.com).
Practioners of 5 or more years' Call.
|Scholarship Interviewing||Interview panels for scholarships are made up of members of at least 7 years' practice (flexibility in certain circumstances).
Contact Christa (firstname.lastname@example.org).
|Post Call Advocacy Training||More information on our course provision here. All new trainers have to undergo a 'Training the Trainers' programme.
Contact Rosalie (email@example.com).