The Council of the Inns of Court (COIC) is a charity with the object of advancing education in the administration and practice of the law, including promoting high standards of advocacy. COIC advances this principally through the activities of the Inns of Court College of Advocacy (ICCA) which provides leadership, guidance and coordination in relation to the pursuit of excellence in advocacy and professional ethics for barristers. The ICCA delivers a flexible two-part Bar Course twice a year.
We are currently recruiting for the following vacancy:
A number of vacancies have arisen on the International Committee of the Inns of Court College of Advocacy. The Committee assists overseas Bars, particularly in common law jurisdictions, to improve standards of advocacy and professional ethics training in order to help maintain and promote the rule of law.
Applicants should have advocacy training experience and although international training experience will be helpful, it is not essential. What is crucial is that applicants should have the time and enthusiasm available to enable the ICCA to enhance and expand its existing international programmes.
The ICCA firmly believes that it will benefit from a diverse membership, and we welcome applications from all backgrounds.
Applications containing a brief CV and a brief explanation of what applicants have to offer should be sent in the first instance to firstname.lastname@example.org
Appointment will be based on written applications. In order to assist, the Committee’s Terms of Reference can be found here.
The deadline for applications is Monday 15th August.