23 November 2021: Mathias Cheung on panel to discuss Social Mobility at the Bar

Date
23/11/2021

Time
6:00 pm GMT

Location
King's College London, Strand, London WC2R 2LS, UK

Mathias Cheung will join King’s College London Bar and Mooting Society for a panel discussion on Social Mobility at the Bar on Tuesday 23 November from 6pm – 8pm.

The event will feature a range of barristers and social mobility mentors who will discuss a variety of topics such as their personal journey to the Bar, practical advice on how aspiring barristers can find their way to the Bar along with tips and tricks for accessing mini pupillages, pupillages, work experience and the BPTC.





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