An excellent opportunity for you to visit the Inn and ask any questions you may have relating to a career at the Bar.

Tours are suspended until further notice. Please see our Covid-19 page for the latest updates on the Inn's response in relation to the Covid-19 virus (Coronavirus). 

Tours for prospective students are normally run by the Education Department once a month. There is no charge to attend a tour.

Tours cover:

  • your steps to a career at the Bar (from university through to tenancy)
  • the Inn’s scholarships available to you and how and when to apply
  • joining the Inn
  • your life at the Inn including Qualifying Sessions
  • a walk around the estate including a brief history of the Inn

Booking and Enquiries

Please use the form below if you are interested in attending a tour. 

Fields marked * are compulsory. Your information will be used in accordance with the Inn's Data Privacy Notice.

Please include both your first name and surname.


Please select your university or select 'other'
Please select your university or select 'other'
Please list any additional previous degrees (one per line) in the format: Year (e.g. 2010-2013), institution, qualification and subject and final grade. State 'none' if not applicable.
Please select your intentions in the year directly following the completion of your degree course. Please select what best describes your plans even if you are not yet certain what you will do.

Equal Opportunities Questionnaire

In line with the Inns’ Equal Opportunities Policy and Code, the Inns collect information so that the effectiveness of the Policy and Code can be assessed. The ethnic origin categories and codes are those used in the 2011 census and are recommended by the Bar Council.  

The information collected will be used to compile statistical analyses and reports and will not be released to anyone in a way which might identify any individual. Anonomised information may be disclosed to the Bar Council and/or Bar Standards Board. The data collected will not be used in any selection process and is kept only for monitoring purposes. Completion of this section is voluntary.

The Equality Act 2010 defines a person as having a disability if he or she ‘has a physical or mental impairment, which has a substantial long-term adverse effect on your ability to carry out normal day-to-day activities. Long term means 12 months or more. a) Do you consider yourself to have a disability according to the definition in the Equality Act
If you are a disabled person within the meaning of the Equality Act 2010, we will contact you in regard to reasonable adjustments.

Final details

Please complete if you have any further questions
If you agree to be contacted in future regarding further events or information on pursuing a career at the bar, you may opt out at any time by contacting the Education Department.
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Find out more

  • Scholarships

    We will award over £1.3 million in scholarships this year


  • Education and Training

    An extensive range of opportunities

    Education and Training

  • History

    Explore historical information about the Inn