Up to £10,000 is available annually to assist students or pupils of the Inner Temple who are affected by serious disability, who demonstrate financial need, and who can show that they have reasonable prospects of being called to the Bar. Grants are awarded at the discretion of the Scholarships Committee, with applicants being called for interview when convenient.
Becoming a Barrister
- Next Step Session webinar
- Bristol - Joint Inns of Court Evening Registration Form
- Insight Canterbury Registration Form
- Insight Lancaster Registration Form
- Insight Leeds Registration Form
- Insight Manchester Registration Form
- Insight Sheffield Registration Form
- Insight York Registration Form
- Insight Evening - Manchester
- Insight Evening - Lancaster
- Insight Evening - Canterbury
- Insight Evening - Leeds
- Insight Evening - Sheffield
- Insight Evening - York
- Cambridge - Joint Inns of Court Evening
- Oxford - Joint Inns of Court Evening
- Bristol - Joint Inns of Court Evening
- Oxford - Joint Inns of Court Evening Registration Form
- Insight London Registration Form
- Insight Evening - London
- Cambridge - Joint Inns of Court Evening Registration Form
- Next Steps Sessions
- Careers Guide
- In Focus: Disability at the Bar Registration Form
- In Focus: Being LGBT+ at the Bar Registration Form
In addition to this sum, up to £5,000 is available annually to be distributed by way of supplement among successful applicants for Major Scholarships, or Exhibitions, who are affected by serious disability and demonstrate financial need. Applicants wishing to be considered for such assistance must state the nature of the case in the appropriate section of the financial statement incorporated in the general scholarships application form.
There is no closing date for applications for scholarships but as awards are made for those undertaking the BPTC or Pupillage you must have an offer of a place on the BPTC before your application can be considered.
Please apply before your course commences.