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Westminster Legal Policy Forum keynote seminar Feb 2020
Monday, 8th July 2019
The future of legal services - regulation of the market, consumer protection and technological innovation
Professor Stephen Mayson, Centre for Ethics and Law, University College London and Lead, Independent Review of Legal Services Regulation
Chris Jenkins, Economics Director, Competition and Markets Authority
Simon Davis, The Law Society; Kirsteen Forisky, LEAP Legal Software; John Gould, Russell-Cooke; Author, The Law of Legal Services and Independent Review of Legal Services Rob Houghton, reallymoving and The Law Superstore; Ewen Macleod, Bar Standards Board; Jane Malcolm, Solicitors Regulation Authority; Amanda Pinto QC, Bar Council; Neil Rose, Legal Futures; Helen Whiteman, CILEx Regulation; Duncan Wiggetts, ICAEW and senior speakers confirmed from the Legal Ombudsman and the Legal Services Board
Rt Hon the Lord Falconer of Thoroton
Morning, Tuesday, 25th February 2020
Third Six pupillage vacancy
Thursday, 4th July 2019
Third Six pupillage vacancy
5 Stone Buildings
Tel: 020 7242 6201
5 Stone Buildings is inviting applications for one funded third six pupillage with a view to a tenancy, to start on or before October 2019.
5 Stone Buildings is a leading Chancery law chambers, based in Lincoln’s Inn. During the third six pupillage the successful candidate will undertake written work for and attend hearings with other members of Chambers. There is likely to be opportunity for the successful candidate to undertake work of their own and to appear in court.
Applications should be made by way of email to firstname.lastname@example.org and by no later than 4pm Wednesday 24 July 2019.
The application should include:
- A short covering letter
- A detailed CV
- A list of work undertaken and observed during pupillage
- A list of pupil supervisors
- One anonymised example of each of a skeleton argument, a pleading and an opinion that you have completed during pupillage.
Please arrange for at least 2 of your pupil supervisors to send a reference directly to Catherine Kearney at email@example.com
Candidates may be selected for interview. The interview will take place during the week commencing 29 July 2019.
Chambers expects to have completed the process and informed candidates of the result during the following week Friday 9 August 2019 at the latest.
Applications will be treated in confidence and in accordance with the Bar Council’s Equality and Diversity rules and Good Practice Guidelines.
Third Six vacancies- Hardwicke
Tuesday, 11th June 2019
Hardwicke has vacancies for a number of specialist Third Six pupils to join our successful set of chambers
Hardwicke is a forward-thinking chambers with a strong reputation across our core specialist areas. We are recruiting for third six pupils to join our specialist teams, with a particular focus on:
- Commercial Dispute Resolution
- Construction and Engineering
- Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence
The successful applicants will have developed their professional skills during their initial period of pupillage. They will have strong analytical and drafting ability and be able to demonstrate excellent advocacy skills. In addition they will exhibit a real commitment to their chosen area/s of specialism and be keen to work as part of the relevant specialist team/s.
Third six pupils will be assessed and considered for membership at the end of six months.
Procedure for application: Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for a copy of our application form, and the link to equal opportunities and diversity on-line survey. CVs will not be considered.
Application Period: The application period is now open. Completed application forms together with two pieces of written work appropriately anonymised (one advice and one pleading or skeleton argument) will be considered.
Interviews: are planned to take place in the week commencing 22 July 2019.
To be considered for an interview applications and anonymised work must be received by 5pm on 18 July 2019.
Our exceptional facilities and career practice management support enable our pupils to develop thoroughly rewarding careers.
Hardwicke is committed to equality, diversity and inclusion
The Times 2TG Moot
Tuesday, 11th June 2019
2 Temple Gardens is delighted to launch The Times/2TG Moot 2019-20.
Now in its 5th year, this prestigious national competition is run in conjunction with The Times Newspaper and is open to all students in tertiary education in the United Kingdom. The competition is part of 2 Temple Gardens’ commitment to social mobility and the removal of barriers to accessing the Bar.
Applicants will have a unique opportunity to develop their oral and written advocacy and moot before Senior Advocates and members of the Judiciary at the highest level. All finalists will receive cash prizes and mini-pupillages at 2 Temple Gardens.
Registration opens on 5 April 2019. For more details and to register, please click here.
Bar Council events
Wednesday, 29th May 2019
10 – 11 June 2019
UK-China Arbitration Summit
15 June 2019
Young Barristers’ committee half day workshop
23 November 2019
Annual Bar and young Bar conference