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The Pegasus Club Race
Friday, 9th February 2018
This race has been run every year since 1895, except during the World Wars, and this year takes place at Siddington as part of the VWH Meeting on Saturday 24th March 2018.
Races start at 1.30pm and the Pegasus Club Race is open to horses owned or ridden by members of the club or a member of their immediate family.
There will be a tent with free drinks and refreshments for members. All are welcome at the race, you do not have to be a member.
A dinner for members will be held at a local pub in the evening. Details of time and place will be given nearer the time.
Siddington is 2 miles south of Cirencester off A419. For your Sat Nav the postcode if GL7 6BD.
If you wish to run a horse contact the Pegasus point-to-point secretary, Chris Smyth on firstname.lastname@example.org
Counsel Magazine: Why bother with wellbeing?
Thursday, 9th November 2017
Systemic coach Zita Tulyahikayo and James Pereira QC discuss the importance of supporting wellbeing at the Bar and why it is so vital to barristers’ and chambers’ practice.
The article covers four main reasons why barristers and chambers should support wellbeing.
1. Stand out from the competition
2. Improve your work
3. It is not all about you
4. Professional duty
Click here to read the full article.
Inns of Court Kalisher Representative
Tuesday, 12th September 2017
Inns of Court Kalisher Representative
The Kalisher Trust is looking for one representative from each Inn who will assist:
- the Trust at all Kalisher events, including education and fundraising;
- in promoting Kalisher opportunities around the Inns; and
- in the administration of the Trust when required;
The Kalisher Trust team varies from junior members of the Bar to the senior Judiciary. All have a key role. You would be joining this team which will give you a fabulous opportunity to learn from and network with an evidently wide range of members of the legal profession.
This is a prime opportunity for students passionate about joining the Criminal Bar and who share the ethos of the trust.
The successful candidates will:
- have completed a law degree or Graduate Diploma in Law;
- have completed or soon be taking the BPTC;
- have an excellent academic record, and proven intellectual ability;
- have a demonstrated interest in criminal law and the criminal justice system;
- be motivated to succeed at the Criminal Bar, and have taken steps to develop skills and personal qualities necessary to succeed there;
- have demonstrated potential as an advocate;
- demonstrate financial need (in confidence, candidates will be asked to supply the interview panel with appropriate evidence ).
Stage 1: cover letter (indicating your Inn) and CV sent to email@example.com by midnight on the 1st October 2017. The cover letter must be no longer than 300 words and must explain:
- why you want the role; and
- how you satisfy the eligibility criteria;
Stage 2: 12 shortlisted applicants (3 from each Inn) will be invited for an interview with a panel drawn from Martin Shaw (Kalisher Vice President), Joe Harmston, Sir Brian Leveson (President of the Queen’s Bench Division), Lady Justice Rafferty, Mrs Justice Carr, Max Hill QC, Merry Van Woodenberg (Kalisher Trust Secretary) and Ed Gross (Assistant Secretary).
 There is no financial award for becoming a Kalisher Trust representative. However, the ethos of the trust is based around helping those with limited financial backing.
Master Arlidge launches 'The Lawyers Who Made America'
Wednesday, 14th June 2017
No other nation's creation, both politically and socially, owes such a debt to lawyers as the United States of America. This book traces the story of that creation through the human lives of those who played important parts in it: amongst others, of English lawyers who established the form of the original colonies; of the Founding Fathers, who declared independence and created a Constitution; of Abraham Lincoln, Woodrow Wilson, Justices of the Supreme Court and finally Barack Obama. Even Richard Nixon features, if only as a reminder that even the President is subject to the law. The author combines his wide legal experience and engaging writing style to produce a book that will enthral lawyers and laymen alike, giving perhaps a timely reminder of the importance of the rule of law to American democracy.
For more information and to purchase the book, please click here.
Temple Church Boys' Choir new CD release: ‘Treblesome’
Friday, 7th October 2016
‘…sung with admirable precision and classy musicianship’ The Guardian. Click here to read the full review
Treblesome was originally inspired by the versatility of the younger choristers’ voices and showcases a range of styles rarely found at more traditional services.
The album includes Britten’s well-knownMissa Brevis, as well as popular songs such as Brahms’ Wie Melodien sieht es and Schubert’s Du bist die Ruh. Other folk songs include Britten’s Salley Gardens and O Waly, Waly, and new arrangements of Loch Lomond and Maybe it’s because I’m a Londonerby Temple Church Choir’s own JonathanDarbourne.
The CD also features the first recording of a new setting of Nunc dimittisby John Ashton Thomas for boys choir, organ and saxophone.Treblesome concludes with perhaps the greatest piece ever written for boys’ voices: Ceremony of Carols by Benjamin Britten.
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