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Society of Conservative Lawyers 4th Lyell Scholarship
Thursday, 31st October 2019
Society of Conservative Lawyers (SCL) - 4th Lyell Scholarship
The Society of Conservative Lawyers is offering a scholarship of £5,000. The scholarship will be awarded to a candidate with a real interest in both law and policy, and who wants to engage with topical (issues relating to law reform, the constitution and the rule of law. The successful candidate will support the Society’s research activities. An average commitment of 12 hours a week between 1st February 2020 (and 31st July 2020 (would be expected. Application details and further information, including comments from previous Lyell Scholars, are available at www.conservativelawyers.com/lyell. The deadline for applications is 11.59pm, 1st December 2019.
What is the Society of Conservative Lawyers?
The Society, founded in 1947, is one of the UK’s leading think tanks and serves as the home of the legal profession within the Conservative Party and on the centre-right of UK politics. Our members include eminent silks and leading solicitors as well as Parliamentarians with a legal background.
Westminster Business Forum policy conference December 2019
Monday, 22nd July 2019
Women in the workplace - returnships, intersectionality and reassessing the gender pay gap
Denise Wilson, Chief Executive, Hampton-Alexander Review
Gillian Unsworth, Head, Gender Pay Gap Reporting, Government Equalities Office
His Excellency Mr Stefán Haukur Jóhannesson, Ambassador, Embassy of Iceland in London
Professor Sue Vinnicombe, Professor of Women and Leadership Strategy, Cranfield School of Management
Dr Jill Armstrong, University of Cambridge; Ali Hanan, Creative Equals; Julianne Miles, Women Returners; Mairéad Nayager, Diageo; Louise Robinson, Santander; Mick Whelan, ASLEF and a senior speaker confirmed from British Association for Women in Policing
Morning, Wednesday, 11th December 2019
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
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.
Adequate Insurance for lawyers
Wednesday, 27th March 2019
My background is that I studied at BPP Holborn for the LPC then trained and qualified with Eversheds Sutherland as a real estate solicitor. I left in 2009 to have babies and was just thinking of returning when I suffered a massive brain haemorrhage in 2013. I am only now recovered enough to think about anything else other than my own health.
I really think young lawyers should be warned to put their finances in order early on - being disabled is ridiculously hard and expensive. What happened to me should be widely known and should act as a cautionary example. I feel I have a responsibility to encourage people to think about their own insurance and I would really urge your Inn to educate it's lawyers about the benefits.
I was really lucky I had my own critical illness cover which luckily paid out but I understand not everyone. I understand adequate insurance is even more important when you are self-employed (we don't know what is round the corner- I certainly didn't.)
The importance of having proper insurance can't be overstated. For me, having personal insurance has meant I have a lovely house which doesn’t resemble hospital and all the speech therapy and physio I need.
I have a little blog ( to keep me busy as I can't work) I hope it might be of interest: