[Cancelled] Griffin LAW
This event is cancelled.
Following developments and updated Government guidance in relation to the COVID-19 virus (Coronavirus) the Inn is operating a minimum service. Please see our dedicated Covid-19 page for the latest updates on the Inn’s response to Covid-19.
This event is part of the Griffin LAW (Law and Advocacy Workshops).
Griffin Law promotes social mobility and access to the Bar, introducing secondary and sixth form students to the legal profession through skills workshops.
Griffin students take part in a bespoke 8 week skills course which is delivered by student members of Gray’s who have successfully completed the Inn’s eight week Griffin Mentor training programme.
Griffin LAW Summer School is a two day summer school for secondary school students which culminates in a debate in Hall and includes a trip to the Royal Courts and meetings with Barristers and Court of Appeal Judges.
Student members of the Inn can apply to become a Griffin Law mentor in the October of each academic year.
Schools interested in participating should contact the Education Department.
This event is not open for general member booking.