Trainers and Judges

Training and Education at the Inn relies upon our Members who voluntarily commit their time and experience to support fellow Members. 

Our Members volunteer as advocacy trainers, interview for scholarships, run mooting competitions and other events and participate in the various committees which decide policy and strategy for these activities. Currently there are of course some limits upon what we can do due to social distancing rules.

Judges are encouraged to participate in our Court Pupillage Scheme, which  offers Gray's Inn student members an excellent chance to improve their insight into the role of the judiciary, court procedure and styles of advocacy. 

Get involved

At present the Inn is looking to get more of our Members involved in these activities including to qualify as advocacy trainers and to serve on the various committees. To succeed we need a diverse pool of enthusiastic members who want to be involved.

We are also looking for Vis Moot Coaches. If you are a barrister with practical experience of International Commercial Arbitration find out more and get in touch. 

If you would like to find out more about the Gray’s Inn Education Department and volunteer then you should send an email Nici Bjorkman telling us a bit about yourself and what you would like to become involved in.

 

Find out more

  • Mentoring Scheme

    Assist with the Inn's Mentoring Scheme and mentor our student, pupil and new practitioner Members

    Mentoring Scheme

  • Contact

    Get in touch with the Inn

    Contact

  • Continuing Professional Development (CPD)

    Information regarding CPD courses, extensions and waivers, and CPD hours record keeping for barristers (Bar Standards Board)

    CPD