FAQs - City Junior School (CJS)

Please read our FAQs Document (PDF, 26 May 2021, version 3) setting out more details of how and why a decision was made regarding the City Junior School coming to the Estate in 2022. This document is intended to address the most common questions which have arisen since the announcement. It will be added to and updated as more questions arise and every effort will be made to ensure the information is recent, accurate and gives the fullest explanation possible. Any additional questions should be sent in the normal way by emailing Gray's Inn. 
 
The Inn is having Town Hall style meetings where all Members, Residents and Tenants of the Inn are invited to attend to hear from the School and the Inn and ask questions, either in advance by emailing Gray's Inn or on the day. On 14 June there will be a hybrid event be held in Hall and online starting at 18:00. This session will be recorded and a recording of the session on 14 June will be made available. Booking is available via GIOS. Please note that attendance in Hall on 14 June will be limited to 36 and will be assigned on a first come first served basis.

The Gray’s Inn Barristers’ Committee - which consists of elected representatives - is always very keen to hear from, engage with, and continue fully to represent its Membership, and would encourage its Members to engage with it on this and any other matters by emailing the GIBC. Questions can be submitted for GIBC to ask on behalf of Members at the Town Hall meetings.

As we emerge from the pandemic and look forwards the Master Treasurer, Ali Malek QC, plans to arrange further meetings to discuss the Inn, its future direction and to share thoughts with and from the Membership. Details of these meetings, and other Inn social and educational events, will be made available on the website and by e-mail.

Members
Date posted: 25 May 2021