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The Inns of Court College of Advocacy was established in May 2016 and is the educational arm of the Council of the Inns of Court.

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Academic and Professional Excellence for the Bar

The ICCA strives for ‘Academic and Professional Excellence for the Bar. Led by the Dean, the ICCA has a team of highly experienced legal academics, educators and instructional designers. It also draws on the expertise of the profession across the Inns, Circuits, Specialist Bar Associations and the Judiciary to design and deliver bespoke training for student barristers and practitioners at all levels of seniority, both nationally, pan-profession and on an international scale.

The ICCA wishes to support pupils who find themselves unable to go to court and to practise their advocacy during these challenging times.

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ICCA Bar Course Prospectus for 2021/2022

For students wishing to commence Bar training in September 2021 and January 2022, see the new ICCA Bar Course Prospectus.

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Guidance on the Preparation, Admission and Examination of Expert Evidence

The ICCA is delighted to publish the Third Edition of this invaluable guide for practitioners.

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Sentencing Principles for Young Adults – Howard League for Penal Reform

On 24 June 2020, Dr Laura Janes, Legal Director of the Howard League for Penal Reform (HLPR) joined a panel of distinguished speakers to discuss ‘Timely Justice: Turning 18’.

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ICCA Statement on Racism and Discrimination

­­Following the death of George Floyd in the USA on 25 May 2020, there has been a global outpouring of condemnation of the way in which he lost his life and there have been protests across the world with the hashtag #BlackLivesMatter trending globally. Floyd’s death has been described by some as having been caused by a ‘pandemic of racism and discrimination’.

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