School of Law welcomed representatives from the Northern Chancery Bar Association
On the evening of Monday 9 March, the School of Law welcomed representatives from the Northern Chancery Bar Association including the Chair and Vice Chancellor to speak to our students.
Mr Justice Richard Snowden - Vice Chancellor, Mark Cawson QC - Chair and Eleanor Temple, a Barrister of Kings Chambers, Leeds spoke about their careers and the opportunities at the Chancery Bar in the North.
The Northern Chancery Bar Association seeks to promote the administration of justice and the interests of professional practice in the field of Chancery law in the North of England.
“The evening with Eleanor Temple, Mark Cawson QC and Mr Justice Richard Snowden was absolutely fantastic. This was my final talk as an undergraduate and it was probably the best one I have attended. All the speakers gave honest, real and personable advice that has been a great help when considering my future career. Thank you to all the speakers again for their time and for a fantastic evening!” Rachel Carter - 3rd Year LLB
“It was a great pleasure to meet your very committed students, to answer some of their queries and hopefully to dispel a few myths. They were impressive. I have been incredibly fortunate to have been blessed with such an interesting and varied career at the Chancery Bar in the North of England and I very much value the opportunity to give others the same assistance and encouragement that I was given at their early stage." Eleanor Temple - Barrister, Kings Chambers