Below is a Google map of our location.
By Rail/Tube: We are within easy walking distance of Temple underground station (Circle and District lines. See the walking directions below) and Blackfriars Mainline Rail (First Capital Connect). See also the FAQ for related details.
By Bus: Buses 4,15,23, 26, 76 and 341. Alight at the stop closest to the Royal Courts of Justice in Strand.
Below are the questions that we are most frequently asked:
Students may apply for admission to the Middle Temple either from the second year of their undergraduate law degree onwards, or once they have a confirmed place on the GDL/CPE (or equivalent conversion course.
Graduates of universities outside the UK: you must obtain a Certificate of Academic Standing from the Bar Standards Board before you can be admitted to an Inn of Court. Please include a copy with your application.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR THOSE WISHING TO STUDY FOR THE BAR OF ENGLAND AND WALES - Is it right for you?
We are very glad that you are seriously thinking of pursuing a career at the Bar. However, you must think carefully about whether you have the potential to make a successful career as a barrister. A career at the Bar is very demanding, requiring high standards.
The Bar can offer an extremely rewarding career if you
This section is for qualified solicitors, qualified lawyers from other jurisdictions, and legal academics who want to transfer to practice at the Bar of England and Wales.
If you have already been Called to the Bar by the Middle Temple and, having disbarred yourself, are seeking readmission, please download and complete the form attached to this page.
As the application process is different from that of a student applicant, please ensure that this is the form that you use.
If you require assistance with your application please contact Sally Yorke at the Treasury Office on email@example.com or 020 7427 4800 to discuss your application further.
A Qualified Foreign Lawyer who has regularly exercised full rights of audience for three years in courts which administer law substantially similar to the common law of England and Wales may apply to be called to the Bar by an Inn on a temporary basis for the purpose of appearing as counsel in a particular case before a court of England and Wales.