Use the timeline listing to explore notable dates, events and members throughout the history of the Inn. Each timeline entry can be clicked on for expanded information.
Edith Hesling (1899-1971; later Bradbury), admitted on 4 October 1920, the first woman called to the Bar at the Inn, on 13 June 1923.
The Inn suffered extensive damage during the Blitz, particularly in the raid of 10/11 May 1941.
The "Gesta Grayorum" entertainment was performed in Hall in front of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II on 13 November 1956.
On 11 May 1960 the rebuilt Chapel was re-dedicated by the Archbishop of Canterbury, the Rt Rev Geoffrey Fisher, thus bringing to an end the Inn's post-war reconstruction.
Dame Rose Heilbron (1914-2005; called 1939) was one of the country's most famous barristers and the Inn's first female Treasurer.
The Bar Vocational Course (BVC), now known as the Bar Professional Training Course (BPTC), is expanded to additional providers throughout the UK.