Sir Paul Jenkins KCB QC - Evensong Service

22 Feb 2019

Tuesday 26 February marks the first anniversary since the then Master Treasurer, Sir Paul Jenkins KCB QC, passed away unexpectedly.

Four Jurisdictions Conference - Edinburgh

19 Feb 2019

This year, the Four Jurisdictions Conference will be held in Edinburgh from Friday 10 to Sunday 12 May.  

Middle Temple London Marathon Runners

18 Feb 2019

On Sunday 28 April, Middle Temple have a team of 5 running the Virgin Money London Marathon.

Temple Women’s Forum: How Far Have We Come?

18 Feb 2019

Then, now and the future – reflections on how we have progressed since women gained the vote


Thursday 28 February 2019

At Inner Temple


MTYBA's Pupillage Application Evening

18 Jan 2019

MTYBA's Pupillage Application Evening, Thursday 24 January, 18:30, Taskers

On Thursday 24 January MTYBA is hosting the first in their annual series of events in support of our members applying for pupillage.

Middle Temple Silver Sale

15 Jan 2019

The decision has been made, with the authority of Master Treasurer and Parliament for the Inn to sell certain items from its silver collection. They have all been used for some purpose or another and as such are artefacts of the Inn’s rich history.

Queen's Counsel Appointments – 2018/19

10 Jan 2019

Middle Temple is pleased to announce that 29 members of Middle Temple were appointed Queen’s Counsel today.

Pupillage: Middle Temple releases new podcast hosted by members

08 Jan 2019

The 1st of January 2019 saw the release of an exciting new Middle Temple podcast – the Pupillage Podcast - hosted by Middle Temple members Beatrice Collier and Georgina Wolfe (both of 5 Essex Court).

Notice: Christmas closure 2018

18 Dec 2018

The Inn will close at 2pm on Friday 21st December for the Christmas period. Lunch will be served until 1:30pm.

We will reopen on Monday 7th January 2019.

Middle Temple Library begins crowd funding to restore 16th century Elizabeth case reports

30 Nov 2018

Middle Temple Library is crowd-funding for the restoration of one of its important manuscripts of Elizabeth case reports covering 26 to 32 Elizabeth I [circa 1583/4-1589/90]. The manuscript was written in the late 16th century by an unidentified scribe, possibly by the ‘R.