The COMBAR Gulf Committee is pleased to announce that the COMBAR Gulf Meeting will take place in Dubai, on Thursday 23 February 2023. The conference itself will be hosted at The Capital Club in the DIFC.
The meeting will involve an afternoon of seminars, with an emphasis on collegiate discussion between professionals across a number of jurisdictions, followed by a drinks reception in the evening.
Further details – including how to book – will follow in due course. But, in the meantime, we invite you to save the dates and invite you to get in touch with George Spalton KC if you are interested in speaking: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Combar, TecBar, and the ChBA will be holding an event to launch the report of the Black Inclusion Group, which will take place in the Large Pension Room at Gray’s Inn at 6pm on Monday 5 December 2022.
The Black Inclusion Group cross-SBA working group, was jointly set up by ChBA, Combar and TecBar to investigate and issue an advisory report with recommendations on enhancing outreach to and recruitment, retention, and progression of ethnic minority barristers, with a focus on Black (African and African Caribbean and mixed heritage) barristers in the Commercial, Chancery and Technology and Construction Bar.
At the event on 5th December, we propose to discuss the findings of the Black Inclusion Group as well as outlining some of the initiatives that the SBAs have been undertaking to tackle the equalities addressed in their Report.
Maya Lester KC and Stephen Horan will give a presentation, to be followed by discussion. The event will take place in Lincoln’s Inn Ashworth Centre at 5.30pm. To register your attendance in person please email email@example.com
This is a Junior COMBAR Joint Event with the Junior LSLA and a brilliant opportunity to network (in person finally) with the next generation of civil litigators in the City says Junior COMBAR Chair Kira King.
Tickets are £10 and available for purchase on the LSLA website. See link below:
Professor Sarah Green and Dr Nathan Tamblyn of the Law Commission will give a presentation, to be followed by a discussion. The event will take place on the 27th June in the Lecture Theatre at Lincoln’s Inn Ashworth centre at 5.30pm
The date for this lecture has changed. This hybrid lecture will now take place on Monday 9 May at 5.30pm in the Large Pension Room, Gray’s Inn.
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