A career at the employed bar offers a variety of stimulating and interesting work, which some may feel will suit them better than a career at the self employed bar. In this Lecture students will hear from a number of practitioners about the range and scope of work, opportunities, pupillages and the general career structure and benefits of the employed bar.
Lecture followed by questions.
Speakers:Sharon Blackman, Tobin Byers, Simon Clarke, Millicent Dooher, Corinna McClune and Susanna McGibbon
Themes:Preparation for Pupillage, Career Development and Wellbeing
6 pm until 7.30pm
QS value: 1
Materials and Preparation: No preparation required
Learning Outcomes: At the end of this Qualifying Session students will be able to:
· Understand the opportunities available at the employed Bar.
Professional Statement Reference: (Access the full Professional Statement for Barristers here)
1.1 : Uphold the reputation of the Bar and observe their duty to the court in the administration of justice.
2.5 : Adopt a reflective approach to their work, enabling them to correct errors and admit if they have made mistakes.
4.4 : Understand the organisational systems or structures within which they work and which support their delivery of a professional service.