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4 Nov 2020: Mathias Cheung speaking at University of Bristol Bar Society webinar

18th Sep 2020

Date
04/11/2020

Time
5:30 pm GMT

Location
Virtual Panel Discussion

Mathias Cheung will participate in a panel discussion hosted by the University of Bristol Bar Society as part of its “No Bar to the Bar” series of talks for international students.

Mathias Cheung is a mentor at Bristol University through its BAME & Female Mentorship Scheme.  He will be joined on the panel by Jern-Fei QC, Essex Court Chambers and Joe-Han Ho, 39 Essex Chambers.

The aim of the webinar is to feature a panel of barristers who were international students, in an effort to dismantle any misconceptions amongst Bar Society members that there is no place for them at the Bar.

The event will be held virtually on Wednesday 4 November at 5:30 pm-7:30 pm.





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