Join a panel discussion moderated by Master Gwynfor Evans to highlight what it is like to be part of the LGBTQ+ community whilst practising at the Bar.
Panellists: Gwynfor Evans (The 36 Group), Oscar Davies (Lamb Chambers), Jennifer Lee (Pump Court Chambers) and Lemuel Lucan-Wilson (Wilberforce Chambers).
Oscar is a barrister at Lamb Chambers with a broad civil practice encompassing employment, commercial, property and international work. Oscar was the first barrister to come out publicly as non-binary and has a focus on trans and non-binary law on their Instagram @nonbinarybarrister.
Gwynfor is a barrister at 36 Family specialising in financial remedies, trusts of land and inheritance claims. He participated in the FreeBar visibility project and is hopeful that all areas of practice at the Bar will become fully representative of LGBTQ+ and BAME diversity in society.
Jennifer Lee is a family law barrister at Pump Court Chambers. She specialises in financial remedies and is regularly instructed in HNW cases involving family businesses, inherited wealth, nuptial agreements, and trusts. She has a niche practice in modern families and Court of Protection. She has appeared in a several reported financial remedies and complex children’s cases.
Jennifer sits as a Fee-paid Judge of the Tax Chamber (FTT). She is ranked as a leading junior in The Legal 500 and in Chambers & Partners (UK Bar). She serves on the Resolution ED&I national committee
Lemuel is a barrister at Wilberforce Chambers with a commercial chancery practice focusing on trusts, property, insolvency, and commercial disputes. Lemuel is also a member of the Society of Visually Impaired Lawyers.
Location: Bingham Room, Gray’s Inn
Date and registration time: Wednesday 28 June, 6pm
Who can attend: Open to Members of all four Inns plus up to four guests
Dress code: Smart casual
Book online via the Gray’s Inn Online System (GIOS).
Booking closes: Wednesday 21 June