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Half-day Conference (3 CPD hours) at Middle Temple on 20 November. Open to members of the four Inns
On 27 September, Harry Matovu QC, Brick Court Chambers and creator of the Charter for Black Talent in Finance and the Professions, stirring speech about the transformative power of shared experience to effect change and opportunity for underrepresented groups in the profession
Planning and Public Law Mentoring Scheme for underrepresented groups at the Bar
It's Pro Bono Week from 1- 5 November. Get involved
Join us for The Selden Society and 4 Inns of Court annual lecture on 19 Oct, in person and live streamed from the Temple Church
This book considers the ability of island jurisdictions with financial centres to meet the expectations of the international community in addressing the threats posed to themselves and others by their innocent (or otherwise) facilitation of the receipt of suspect wealth.
The Inn is proud to announce that we have partnered with the Open University to deliver a new suite of digital resources for school students, their parents/carers and their teachers. Our aim is that through engaging with these authoritative, accessible resources, school students have a clearer idea of the journey to the Bar and the support that is available to them.
We've won The Lawyer’s Best Talent and Inclusion Initiative Award for 2020
Black History Month is a time for us to come together, across the global community of the Inner Temple, to treat racial inequality as a shared responsibility and to celebrate the achievements and contributions of black members of the Inn to our community and to wider society.
COVID-19 difficulties for pupils and junior barristers
Main contractor announced for Project Pegasus
Reflections on the Pegasus Access and Support Scheme by Connor Evans
The new and improved Bar Directory now includes a number of exciting features, including a self-publishing tool to enable you to maximise your exposure to thousands of potential clients by posting your articles in the Juriosity Knowledge Centre for free.
On 2 October 2017, The Inner Temple co-hosted a special lecture with the LSE South Asia Centre to commemorate the birth of Gandhi & the 70th Anniversary of Indian Independence. Dr Faisal Devji, University Reader in Modern South Asian History, University of Oxford, is welcomed by the Treasurer of The Inner Temple, David Pittaway QC and introduced by the Director of the LSE South Asia Centre, Dr Mukulika Banerjee.
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