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June workshops

The Pupillage Advisory Service throughout the year to help you make informed choices about stages of your pupillage application process. These events and seminars took place in June 2014:

Lectures on 2nd June 2014
Time Location Lecture Description
11:00-12:00 Lecture Theatre, Atkin Building Professional Legal Ethics 'The Golden Rules' This is a lecture for those applying for Pupillage this year who need a basic understanding of professional ethics for interview. The majority of Pupillage Interviews will include a professional ethics question. Audience - all who are applying for Pupillage who are yet to undertake the BPTC and those who would like a refresher.
12:00- 13:00 Lecture Theatre, Atkin Building How to approach the Legal Questions in Interview by Professor Stuart Sime Stuart Sime Tells You how to approach the legal questions in Interview.
13:00- 14:00 Student Common Room, Atkin Building Coffee and tea
18:00 Lecture Theatre, Atkin Building LPC LAW - Freelance Advocates Recruitment Event LPC Law are recruiting students who are looking for work for the summer/year before they start Pupillage/Training Contract or for those who do not have a Pupillage / Training Contract.
19:30 Lecture Theatre, Atkin Building How to succeed in Pupillage Interviews Tim Collins, trained in recruitment by Procter & Gamble and was a Member IPA. As Practice Director at No.6 Barristers Chambers he interviewed and successfully recruited 44 barristers.

 

Workshops on 2nd June 2014
Time Location Workshop Description
09:00-10:00 Student Common Room, Atkin Building Coffee and Tea
10:00-11:00 13 Princeton Street Researching Chambers for Interview Help with going beyond the Website when researching Chambers. Facilitated by Rachel Scott- Halls.
10:00-11:00 24 Princeton Street Commercial/ Chancery Law Facilitated by Professor Stuart Sime
11:00-12:00 13 Princeton Street Criminal Law Workshop with Q&A An explanation of ABS, LASPO, QASA  and recent developments in Criminal Law Q&A. Facilitated by Peter Hungerford-Welch.
11:00-12:00 24 Princeton Street Medical Law Workshop with Q&A. Impact of Jackson reforms on practice and recent updates. Facilitated by Dr Evelyn Pollock.
12:00-14:00 Student Common Room, Atkin Building Refreshments and snacks
13:00-14:00 13 Princeton Street Family Law workshop and Q&A Recent developments in Family law. Facilitated by Ronnie Lachkovic.
14:00-15:30 13 Princeton Street Using the 'STAR' technique in competency based interviews Learn how to answer questions using this technique. Facilitated by the Careers and Skills Advice Service. 
15:00-16:00 24 Princeton Street Employment Law Workshop and Q&A. Recent developments and how sets interview. Facilitated by Andrew Worthley.
16:30-18:00 13 Princeton Street Advocacy Exercises in Interviews Plea's in mitigation and bail applications submissions. Facilitated by Alexander Mills.
18:00-19:00 13 Princeton Street Professional Ethics in Interview. How to approach the Professional Ethics Questions in Interview. Facilitated by Robert McPeake.

 

Workshops 3rd June 2014
Time Location Workshop Description
17:15-17:50 13 Princeton Street Working with  the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) Patrick Fields talks about the recruitment process and a career at the CPS
18:00- 19:30 13 Princeton Street Working with the Government Legal Service (GLS) Emma Burgess talks about the recruitment process for the GLS and her career there.