Update - March 2020: Due to government advice regarding COVID-19 this event has been postponed and will be rescheduled for later in the year. Please check back for the new date!

Insight Evening - Sheffield

Join the Inner Temple for an Insight Evening on 26 March 2020 to hear from barristers and judges about the profession. Staff from the Inn will also be on hand to discuss the support the Inn can provide, such as scholarships and pupillage advice

About the event

The panel session kicks off the event with practising barristers and judges discussing their journeys to the bar. There is an opportunity to ask questions after the panel session. To conclude the evening there will be a reception with panel members and additional barristers in attendance. You are encouraged to network and ask questions that may aid you in deciding whether a career at the bar is for you.

Date - TBC


Doors open 6.00pm
Panel starts 6.30pm
Event Ends 8.30pm


Venue - Sheffield Town Hall Address - Pinstone Street, Sheffield, S1 2HH
Room - Mirror Room

Getting to the venue

Public Transport

Nearest Railway Station - Sheffield

Sign up for the event

If you have any further questions or would like to advise on specific requirements kindly email outreach@innertemple.org.uk

Frequently Asked Questions

There is no dress code for Insight events
To cancel a ticket please contact outreach@innertemple.org.uk
We want to ensure that everyone can engage with our events. Each venue has been selected for its accessibility for those who have a disability. Please contact outreach@innertemple.org.uk if you have any reasonable adjustments, including if you wish to request a sign-language interpreter and have not mentioned this on the form
We’re asking you about your Socio-economic background because we want to understand the reach and effectiveness of our events and programmes. As an organisation committed to social mobility, this questions will help us demonstrate the impact of our programmes and events on social mobility over time. The questions are optional.
Please be aware that photography, audio and video recording may take place at our events. These may be used for promotional purposes by the Inn, including in printed publications, on our website, and on our social media accounts. If you do not wish to have your photograph taken or to have images of you used, please alert the Inner Temple representatives at the start of the event. We are unable to guarantee that you will not be included in the background of photographs that are being taken. Contact: outreach@innertemple.org.uk
These events are for anyone thinking about becoming a barrister. The Inner Temple is committed to ensuring its events are places that questions can be asked in a welcome environment.
The personal data we collect will be used for the following purposes: • administration of the event and to track progress within the profession Our legal basis for processing the personal data: • Legitimate interest. Any legitimate interests pursued by us are as follows: Your data will be processed by the Honourable Society of the Inner Temple to monitor the educational background of those entering the profession and to understand why people have joined the Inner Temple. From time to time, we may share anonymised reports on data provided in this survey with third parties for the above stated purpose. Data will not be shared with any third party without being anonymised. Your name, email address and university or school will be stored on the Inner Temple membership database and will be kept for up to five years or until it is added to your membership record. The survey data will be kept for one year. Anonymised data will be kept in perpetuity by the Inn for statistical trend analysis and historical record. Should you wish to have your data removed, you should contact outreach@innertemple.org.uk with your request.