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1 Dec 2020: Mathias Cheung speaking to King’s College London Bar and Mooting Society

26th Nov 2020

Date
01/12/2020

Time
6:00 pm GMT

Location
Virtual Panel Discussion

Mathias Cheung will participate in a panel event hosted by the King’s College London Bar and Mooting Society (KCLBMS) on Tuesday 1 December at 6pm – 8pm.

The online panel event – Social Mobility & Funding the Bar – will discuss a variety of topics such as the panel members’ personal journey to the Bar, practical advice on how aspiring barristers can find their way to the Bar, and tips and tricks for accessing mini-pupillages, pupillages, work experience and the BPTC.

Following the panel discussion there will be a short question and answer session for students to ask any specific questions they might have.

For further details please click here.





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