On Saturday 21 November 2020 we were delighted to host our inaugural Future Barristers Open Day, designed to introduce you to the Bar and the ICCA Bar Course. Each session was recorded and below you will see an outline and a link to view the recording of each individual session.
We consider ourselves extremely fortunate that so many talented individuals attended to provide all aspiring barristers with an expert insight into life at the Bar in 2020.
An introduction to the day’s events and the ICCA Bar Course, by Derek Wood CBE QC, Chair of ICCA Governors & Lynda Gibbs QC (Hon), Dean of the ICCA.Watch video
An introduction to Bar Vocational Training and the approach taken by the ICCA to provide students with the vital practitioner skills required for pupillage.
Effective Pupillage Applications and Interviews. Information on the path to success from practitioners and pupils who can help you with exactly what to expect.
Hosted by Chris Kessling, ICCA Head of Programmes.Watch video
A presentation and demonstration by ICCA advocacy experts Stephen Wells and Steve Johnson on improving your advocacy skills for mooting and pupillage applications.Watch video
Advocacy demonstration by ICCA experts Steve Johnson (for the prosecution) and Steve Wells (for the defence) of the skills of examination-in-chief and cross-examination. With the witness Doris Haines played by Lynda Gibbs QC (Hon), Dean of the ICCA.Watch video
Why the Bar should represent the society it serves and what is being done to make this happen.
Hosted by Jane Hutton, ICCA Joint Head of Online Learning.Watch video
Your opportunity to gain insights into life at the Commercial Bar from our panel of distinguished commercial law practitioners.
Hosted by Lynda Gibbs QC (Hon), Dean of the ICCA.Watch video
Our expert panel of Criminal and Family Barristers share the latest information and answer your questions about the Publicly Funded Bar.
Discussion and advice from our experienced panel of practising barristers working in the field of Human Rights Law.
There is a thriving Bar across the six ‘Circuits’ which make up the Bar of England & Wales. Our expert panel introduces you to life on circuit.
Hosted by Patrick Ryan, ICCA Joint Head of Online Learning.Watch video