We are pleased to announce that we have been invited to attend the Honourable Society of the Inner Temple’s annual ‘Dinner to the Universities’, taking place on Tuesday 08 March 2016. Please refer to the email sent to Inns of Court members for more details on the event. As places are limited, if you are interested … Continue reading Invitation to the Honourable Society of the Inner Temple’s annual ‘Dinner to the Universities’
Christmas is upon us which means Semester 1 has (pretty much) drawn to a close; and what a semester it has been! It went by pretty quickly so, in case you missed any of it, we’ve got a quick run down of what happened! We kick started the year with our Aspiring Solicitors event; a … Continue reading Merry Christmas from Inns!
Last Friday saw 15 lucky Inns members whisked off to London to visit the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom and the Houses of Parliament. Click to find out more… Continue reading Separation of Powers Trip
Next Wednesday (9th December 2015), we will be holding a mooting Q&A Session. We will be putting together a panel of experienced mooters for you to quiz and question about any concerns about public speaking and mooting that you have. The event is open to all, but first years should bear in mind that this … Continue reading Mooting Q&A Session – 9/12/15
Last Thursday saw Inns’ very own Sarah Pimblett and Amber Athill defeat the University of Exeter in the first round of the Landmark Chambers Mooting Competition. Southampton were delighted to welcome the judge, who was none other than Landmark Chambers’ very own Aaron Walder; a practicing barrister currently at Landmarks specialising in property law. The … Continue reading Inns Members in Mooting Victory
Becoming a barrister is not the most straightforward career path to embark upon. There are many hurdles and it is fiercely competitive, but when you get there… what do you actually do? Fortunately, we had the assistance of Professor Stuart Sime, Director of the BPTC and City Law School, on the matter. On a rainy … Continue reading ‘A Career as a Barrister’ with Professor Sime, BPTC Director at City Law School
On the 3rd November we were joined by Charlotte Baker from the University of Law for an evening on the dreaded issue of getting pupillage. Happily, what she had planned for us not quite as stressful as the application process itself. The evening began with a short presentation. Charlotte told us about her journey to … Continue reading University of Law Everything You Need to Know About Getting Pupillage