In response to feedback regarding the cost of Sunday lunch the Catering department will be trialling a Carvery style service on 17 May and 14 June 2015.
Sunday lunches follow Chapel Services. 14 June this year is a very special date as it marks the 50th Anniversary of the Ordination of the Preacher, the Very Reverend Derek Watson.
You can find out more and download the Chapel Calendar here.
The price for the Carvery lunch will be £25 per person which will include a set starter, followed by a choice of 3 meats served with a selection of potatoes and vegetables. For dessert there will be a choice of pudding of the day, Fresh sliced fruit or cheese. The meal will be finished with coffee and mints.
The wine offered for this price will be 2 glasses of house wine. If you would like more than 2 glasses or would prefer a different wine you are welcome to order additional bottles / glasses from the wine list on the day.
If you have any questions or would like to book in for the meal please contact
LSB Approves BSB’s application to regulate entities
Only recently has the BSB received approval from the LSB to become a regulator of entities and move forward with its proposals.
The ability of Barristers to form Alternative Business Structures is a significant change to the current environment and will offer many opportunities for Barristers to operate outside of the historic sole trader structure.
From January 2015 the BSB will start accepting applications for BSB regulated entities and will start authorizing them from April 2015.
A guide prepared by Silver Levene Accountants, one of the firms which assists with the Pupils’ Practice Management course at the Inn, looks at the implications to self-employed Barristers of the new proposals and the implications of trading via a Limited company. Click here to view