Once you have become a student member of the Inner Temple, you will have taken your first step on the road to becoming a barrister.
- Our vision for the future
- Call to the Bar
- Master H Meets...Again
- International Practice Panel
- Race and the Legal Profession
- Forensic Document Examination - The Science Today
- The Bar of Ireland, Brexit and the Common Law
- The History of the Law Officers
- Memory as Evidence
- The Absolute Ban on Assisted Dying and Lessons from Canada
- Brain Imaging as Evidence
- Previous Lecture Series and Speakers
- Proof in International Criminal Trials
- Forensic Identification from the Hand
- Giving Judges a Voice in Democracies
- A Public Health Approach to Equality Law
- The Predicament and Agency of Refugees
- The Wild and Ridiculous Doctrine of Equality
- What Does It Mean to Be Anti-Racist in a Profession Full of Privileged People?
- The Limits of Fiduciary Rules
- 'Sales' on Retention of Title Terms
- Show me the money!
- Special Gandhi Lecture
- Assisted Dying
- Britain's Unwritten Constitution
- Does the Bar Need to Communicate and Market Itself More in the Modern World?
- Is Anything More Needed to Ensure Freedom of Speech?
- Is the Presumption of Innocence Alive and Well?
- Peace vs Justice
- Prison Reform
- Temple Women's Forum: Planned Breaks and Return to the Bar
- Frequently asked questions
Bar Course Students
The Inn places particular importance on its responsibility for the training of student barristers. It has a strong commitment to encourage promising students from all walks of life, and to give financial assistance where appropriate to ensure that the cost of becoming a barrister does not become a barrier.
In this section, you will find information to assist student members of the Inner Temple who intend to pusue an career in law, including details of qualifying sessions, schemes and societies, Call to the Bar and pupillage advice.
All Bar Course students have to complete qualifying sessions in order to be called to the BarFind out more