Mixed Messes - speaker: Ben Douglas-Jones QC
Mixed Messes provide an opportunity to engage one to one or in small groups with Members of Hall.
This evening begins with a drinks reception where you can meet and later dine in groups of four (a mess) with barrister and judicial members of the Inn.
Dinner is preceded by a talk given by Ben Douglas-Jones QC on 'Human trafficking victims: non-punishment and the evolution of exploitation'. Ben is a criminal Silk at 5 Paper Buildings and has recently co-written a book on the subject, ’Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery Law in Practice’.
Qualifying Session: 1 QS
Equivalent to 0.5 CPD hours (view the Bar Standards Board guidance for CPD)
The event is open to all members of the Inn.
Booking will open approximately 8 weeks prior to the event and will close, (for barrister members) 4 clear working days and (for student members) 5 clear working days before the event.
Members can book and pay online via the Gray's Inn Online System (GIOS).
- Students (Gray’s Inn student members only) and barristers within 3 years of Call: £18
- Barristers (from 3 years of Call): £25
- Benchers: £40
Contact the Education Department with any questions regarding this event.
The dress code for all Qualifying Sessions (QSs) unless otherwise stated is:
- dark suits with white shirts (men and women) and ties (men)
- gowns (students, barristers and benchers - except guests)
Please see Qualifying Sessions for further information.