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Why more women should consider a career at the Commercial Bar

22nd Feb 2017

Date
21/02/2017

Location
BPP Law School 68-70 Red Lion St, London WC1R 4NY

BPP Law School and Atkin Chambers were delighted to join forces to hold an event entitled: “Why more women should consider a career at the Commercial Bar”.

Members of Atkin Chambers from a range of call levels spoke about the pupillage process and their practices and personal experiences at the Commercial Bar.

The informal panel discussion was chaired by Stephanie Barwise QC and included: Chantal-Aimée Doerries QC, Serena Cheng QC, Jennifer Jones, Lucie Briggs, Frances PigottLauren Adams and practice manager Natasha Willicombe.  It was followed by a lively Q&A session.

The event was held at BPP Law School 68-70 Red Lion St, London WC1R 4NY.

21 February 2017

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Please note that Atkin Chambers does not operate as part of the Pupillage Gateway. We invite applications from prospective pupils who are, as a minimum, in their final year of their law degree or (for non-law graduates) undertaking the GDL. The opening date for pupillage applications commencing in October 2019 will be in October 2017 with a deadline in December 2017 that is TBC.  Please also see equal opportunities at Atkin Chambers.




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