The Inn offers advocacy training to students, pupils and new practitioners
Students have the options of
Advocacy Training Council (ATC) The ATC was established by the Council of the Inns of Court, and is the body responsible for overseeing standards of advocacy training for the Bar of England and Wales. Its website provides information on all aspects of advocacy training, including the Hampel Method, and access to practical, evidence-based guidance on vulnerable witnesses and defendants through the Advocate's Gateway.
The 2020 edition focuses on some of the biggest issues that we have faced over the 12 months, not just at the Inn, but across society. Read more:
In his 2007 report on Entry to the Bar, Lord Neuberger stated that ‘the Bar can only flourish and retain public confidence if it is a diverse and inclusive profession.’ His report went on to make a series of recommendations which aimed ‘to ensure that, as far as possible, the Bar selects and is seen to select, the best entrants f
Under Treasurer and Chief Executive
Following a comprehensive review in 2012, a new governance system and structures were put in place in January 2014 to ensure that: