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Hilary Events 2017

For more details for any of these events please go to the Diary of Events in the Members Area.

To Book:
Students:
Via https://portal.innertemple.org.uk
Members of Hall:
https://portal.innertemple.org.uk or please contact jfenton@innertemple.org.uk to get your online dining activated and your password emailed to you.

Master of the Bench: Contact Kate Peters
All Special Events: Contact Kate Peters with payment details

Date

Event

Start Time

Thurs 19 Jan

History Society Lecture (Dark suits)
First History Society lecture of the year, Mr Geoff Shepard: The Criminalisation of American Politics: From Nixon to Today  
Open to: Members and the Public

5.30pm

Mon 23 Jan

Mentors’ Dining Night QS
Preceded by a short talk before dinner, speaker tbc
Open to: Members

6.30pm

Thurs 26 Jan

Bench Table followed by Dinner for Benchers
Open to: IT Benchers

6pm

Wed 1 Feb

Private Guest Night (Black tie)
Open to: Members and their guests

7.15pm

Wed 8 Feb

Amity Night Dinner for Gray’s Inn (Black tie)
Open to: IT and GI Benchers

6.45pm

Thurs 9 Feb

An Introduction to Artificial Intelligence. An open evening to explore the ethics of artificial intelligence for the legal profession. Chaired by Master Anthony Hughes. This is a free event but booking is essential.
Open to: Members and the Public

6pm

Mon 13 Feb

Reader’s Lecture Night (Dark suits) QS
Dr Reuven Ziegler, University of Reading, Academic Fellow: The Predicament and Agency of Refugees (1 hr CPD)*
Open to: Members of the 4 Inns

6pm

Thurs 16 Feb
Benchers’ Night (Black tie)
Open to: IT Benchers

7.15pm

Mon 20 Feb

Lecture Series: The Social Context of the Law - What is Europe? (Dark suits)
Lecture 1: The Rt Hon Sir Konrad Schiemann and Professor Sir Roger Scruton FBA FRSL
Open to: Members and the Public

5.45pm

Sat 25 Feb

Mixed Dining Night (Dark suits & gowns) QS
Preceded by a short talk before dinner by Lorna Reid, Chief Executive, Free Representation Unit
Open to: Members

 6.30pm

Sun 26 Feb

Sunday Lunch (non-term) (Dark suits)
Open to: Members and their guests

12.30pm

Mon 6 Mar

History Society Lecture (Dark suits)
Master Sally Smith: Marshall Hall
Open to: Members and the Public

5.30pm

Wed 8 Mar

Temple Employed Bar Networking Event (Dark suits)
Open to:
Members of the 4 Inns

6pm

Mon 13 Mar

Reader’s Lecture Night (Dark suits) QS
Professor Sarah Worthington, University of Cambridge, Academic Fellow: The Limits of Fiduciary Rules (1 hr CPD)*
Open to: Members of the 4 Inns

6pm

Mon 20 Mar

Lecture Series: The Social Context of the Law - What is Europe? (Dark suits)
Lecture 2: The Rt Hon the Lord Sumption OBE and The Rt Hon Sir John Laws (1 hr CPD)*
Open to: Members and the Public

5.45pm

Wed 22 Mar

Amity Night Dinner at Middle Temple 6.45pm for 7.30pm (Black tie)
Open to: IT and MT Benchers

6.45pm

Fri 24 Mar My Country Right or Wrong: A countdown to war in Iraq and the aftermath
Open to: Members and the Public
7pm
Mon 27 Mar Lecture Series: The Social Context of the Law - What is Europe? (Dark suits)
Lecture 3: The Rt Hon Sir Michael Tugendhat and Kirsty Brimelow QC (1 hr CPD)*
Open to: Members and the Public
5.45pm

We would like to encourage Members of Hall and Benchers to attend any of these events, particularly the Term Dinners, as the Students greatly appreciate being able to mix with members of the Bar and Bench.

Term Dinners and Lectures are highlighted in blue
Bencher only events are in italics
Special Events are in purple

* Equivalent to 1 hr CPD

Please note we can only offer refunds for cancellations made five working days prior to the event.
QS - Student qualifying session