We are pleased to announce that we hosted an intern through the 10,000 Black Interns initiative run by the Bar Council.
During their time with us, our intern shadowed our barristers in Chambers. Alongside one of our pupils, she prepared and undertook two advocacy exercises. The advocacy exercises were prepared and judged by Arfan Khan and Katherine Archer. Our intern and pupil were provided with a recommended reading and viewing list on advocacy, which included lectures and articles on advocacy by Mark Littman QC, Lord Sumption QC, Lord Pannick QC, and Lady Justice Andrews.
The intern and pupil were inspired by the reading/viewing list and advocacy exercises, which they enjoyed. Both were provided with constructive feedback.
The intern was also provided with feedback on her CV and general interview skills.
We look forward to hosting more interns in the future.
For more information on the 10,000 Black Interns initiative, click here.
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