Litigation and dispute resolution can be daunting in your first few years of practice. What’s more, instructing Counsel can be a minefield. Instructing a barrister who has the necessary expertise but is also someone you can work with in pursuing your case to successful outcome is vital. We know that this can also be quite nerve-racking.
For this reason, Radcliffe Chambers run a Junior Practitioner Programme whereby our own junior barristers present and discuss topical and informative issues, including recent case law, across our areas of practice which are delivered in a series of informal training workshops.
These are teamed with an opportunity to socialise with our barristers and your peers in an informal and open way over drinks.
All of our workshops, unless specified on the individual event page, will commence at 5.30pm for drinks and networking, with the presentations beginning at 6.15pm for one hour followed by a drinks reception and will be held at Arundel House, 13-15 Arundel Street, Temple Place, London WC2R 3DX.
Our next Junior Programme event takes place on Wednesday 18 October 2017 and will focus on Litigation.
Nicholas Macklam will discuss the principles applied by the courts and tribunals when determining who is the successful party to litigation when making costs awards.
Johnathan Edwards will be providing an overview of the top tips in the ligation process for fast track and multitrack cases.
Below is a list of workshops for 2017. Further information regarding each event will be circulated in due course, however, we have indicated which areas of law will be covered in each session to assist with your selection of the events you would like to attend.
Wednesday 15th November
Wednesday 13th December
We invite all our Junior Programme attendees to join us for a glass (or two) of Christmas cheer and to mark the end of the programme for 2017. It will be a fun, informal evening giving you all the chance to meet your peers, our junior barristers and to make new acquaintances.
Please RSVP to attend one or more of these events by emailing: email@example.com
All workshops (excluding social events) qualify for CPD purposes.