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Student Information & Services

The Inn offers a number of services and provides information to its student members to help them hone their skills as advocates and introduce them to life at the Bar.  

Click here to download the information pack for new BPTC students 2020/21

Further information can be found using the links on the left of this page.  If you have any enquiries with regard to any of these services please contact the Education Department on 020 7427 4800.

The following is a breakdown of who is responsible for what in the Education Department so you know who to speak to when you call us:

Christa Richmond, Director of Education: for Education and Training Programmes and Management, CPD, Pupil Supervisors and organising Qualifying Sessions.

Sally Yorke, Education Services Manager :for Specially Qualified Applicant Admissions (e.g. transferring Solicitors and Barristers), Call to the Bar, Advocacy Training Weekends, Mooting.

Rosalie Bower, Training Programme Manager: for Post Call Training Courses.

Madeleine Cirdei, Scholarships Officer: for Scholarships and Prizes.

Richard Frost, Outreach Officer & Disabilities Liaison for Outreach: tour requests, Equality Diversity and Social Mobility, Access to the Bar Scheme, Open Days, disabled access and support, mental health first aid. Email:

Alexandra Stan, Student Records Officer: for admission to the Inn and the Sponsorship Scheme.

Jonny Boyd, Education Services Coordinator:  Qualifying Sessions, Marshalling, Call to the Bar

Alex Baguley, Education Services Coordinator: for Mooting, Advocacy Training Weekends (at York and Cumberland Lodge), Social Media, Post Call Training Courses and Lodgings.  

Reynaldo Monument, Education Office Assistant: for General Enquiries, Lodgings and the Mock Pupillage Interview Scheme.

Master Kearns judging a moot heat in the Rosamund Smith Mooting Competition
Master Kearns, President of the High Court of Ireland, judging a moot in the Rutledge Sui