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 co-ordination in relation to the pursuit of excellence in advocacy and professional ethics for barristers. The role of the ICCA is now expanding to include the initial vocational training of barristers, by the development and delivery of a Bar training course.
We are currently recruiting for the following vacancies:
The ICCA are seeking question writers to contribute to our bank of formative questions for the Bar Course.More details
The Inns of Court College of Advocacy seeks to recruit a recently qualified BPTC graduate to the role of Bar Course Technical Author on a nine-month fixed-term contract, commencing in autumn 2019. Based at the ICCA’s offices at 9 Gray’s Inn Square in London, the successful candidate will support an experienced Course Design Team of barristers and academics in the design, quality assurance and implementation of an innovative two-part pathway to the vocational stage of Bar training. The role will provide a unique and valuable opportunity to a talented BPTC graduate enabling them to help to shape the future of Bar training. An excellent knowledge of criminal and civil procedure is essential coupled with a passion for innovation in education. Applicants should send a CV and covering letter to email@example.com by noon on Friday 20 September 2019.