In this finale to the Inn’s anniversary year, the Treasurer, Jonathan Crow KC, will focus on the careers of six illustrious members whose lives and careers exemplify aspects of the history of the Inn. From Sir John Fortescue – one of the first names to be written in the Black Books – to Cornelia Sorabji, these are lives which witnessed and shaped great change in the Inn and in society at large. These are careers which changed the Law in England, which demonstrate revolutionary social and political changes and which document the long road towards opening access to the Law and to the Bar.
This will be followed by a black tie dinner and members can bring up to three guests.
The Lecture will be followed by a black-tie dinner.
5.45 pm Doors open, Ashworth Centre
6 pm Lecture, Lecture Theatre
7 pm Reception, Bench Rooms
7.30 pm Dinner, Great Hall
Dress: Black Tie
Guests: Members can bring up to 3 guests
Lecture & Reception – £14.00 per person
Lecture, Reception & Dinner – £84.00 per person
Bookings: Please book with Member Events by 4 pm on Monday 28 November 2022
This event is not a qualifying session.