The centenary of Brick Court Chambers presents us with an opportunity not only to reflect on the past 100 years, but also to turn our minds to the future, and to turn our minds to matters outside the confines of legal practice. To that end, our centenary talks and panel sessions will seek to address important subjects of wider interest to the legal community and beyond.
In the first session, Professor Richard Susskind OBE FRSE considered what the future holds for the individual barrister and the Bar as a whole, talking under the title The Future of the Bar.
In the second we partnered with two of our centenary charities, the Sutton Trust and IntoUniversity, to discuss their mission in tackling the educational inequality that pervades our society.
The final one will comprise four distinguished panellists debating a “constitutional settlement for the next 100 years”.
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