For the fifth year, The Inner Temple is sponsoring a two-week master class course on Law, History, Politics and Society in the Context of Mass Atrocities, organised by The Geoffrey Nice Foundation. This year’s course topic is “Mapping, Documenting and Prosecuting Mass Atrocities”. The course will be held at the Inter-University Centre in Dubrovnik, Croatia from 1 – 12 July 2019.
- Junior Bar Association
Application for Funding
Overseas Residential Course
Monday 1 – Friday 12 July 2019
Funding for the course will be awarded to four Inner Temple members and will include flights (up to the value of the cost of flights from the UK to Dubrovnik), shared accommodation and course fees. All arrangements will be made by the Inner Temple. Up to two members of Lincoln’s Inn will also attend.
Funding will not include expenses for meals, airport transfers nor personal spending. If you are awarded a place on the course, you will be expected to travel out to Dubrovnik on the weekend of 29/30 June and to return on the weekend of 13/14 July on the best available flights, which shall be booked on your behalf by Inner Temple (you will be asked to provide an electronic copy of your passport). You will be required to attend the entire course.
You are eligible to apply if you are currently undertaking or have passed the BPTC within the last three years, whether or not you have been Called to the Bar, attained or started pupillage or are in tenancy. Those who have attended past courses are sadly not eligible to apply.
Applications will be assessed and awarded on merit and the perceived benefit to the member in attending the course.
All applicants will be invited to attend a seminar on the course topic with Sir Geoffrey Nice QC, followed by a reception, at the Inner Temple on the evening of Tuesday 2 April 2019. Further details will follow for those who apply.
If you have any questions, please contact Jennie Collis Price.