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10 December 2021: Mathias Cheung will speak on Commercial Law at the Bar to University of Bristol Bar Society

8th Sep 2021

Date
10/12/2021

Time
6:30 pm BST

Location
University of Bristol

Mathias Cheung will participate as a panel speaker at the University of Bristol Bar Society ‘Commercial Law at the Bar Talk’ on Friday, December 10th 2021 via Zoom.

Mathias will share his journey to the Bar and provide an insight into his experiences and day-to-day practice to University of Bristol students who are interested in pursuing a career at the Bar.

The presentations by the panel will take place over an hour with 30 minutes Q&A to follow.





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