Work With Us

Come and work with us – use your skills and experience to help us make a difference.

As a not-for-profit, funded by the Inns of Court, The Inns of Court College of Advocacy (ICCA) is the educational and training division of The Council of the Inns of Court (COIC).

The object of the ICCA is to advance education in the administration and practice of the law. The ICCA achieves this by working closely with and across the profession to provide leadership, guidance and coordination in relation to the pursuit of excellence in advocacy and professional ethics for barristers.

The ICCA delivers an innovative, flexible and accessible two-part Bar Training Course. We also develop post-qualification training materials and resources for practising barristers and pupils, to support continuing professional development (CPD).

The ICCA is made up of a small, friendly team of specialist academics and operational professionals, located off Chancery Lane, in the heart of legal London.

We are currently recruiting for the following vacancies:

Visiting Lecturers

The ICCA seeks Visiting Lecturers to teach and assess on our highly successful Bar Course.

You will form part of a team of exceptional Tutors and Visiting Lecturers in delivering the ICCA Bar Course. You will also teach students in our bespoke teaching facilities in one of the four Inns of Court.

This opportunity offers a challenging and exciting opportunity to deliver an outstanding course to excellent students.  Previous teaching experience is not necessary. You must have an enthusiasm for the skills of courtroom advocacy and a desire to teach excellent students.

Informal enquiries should be sent to

Bar Course Tutors

The ICCA is recruiting Bar Course Tutors to provide tuition to its increasing number of students. We require tutors who can deliver either the Criminal aspects of the course – Advocacy and Conference or the Civil aspects – Opinion Writing, Advocacy, and Drafting. Applicants do not need to be able to deliver both Civil and Criminal parts of the course.
Reporting to the Bar Course Leader, those appointed will be part of an exceptional team of Tutors and Visiting Lecturers who collectively are responsible for the delivery of face-to-face teaching.

Please follow this link for a full job description and person specification.

The Application Process
Please submit a short covering letter setting out your experience and suitability for the role. In this letter you should specify whether you are able to teach the Criminal subjects, Civil subjects, or both. You should also indicate whether you are interested in teaching full-time or part-time and submit a copy of your CV.

These documents should be submitted no later than 27 October 2023 to