The British Foundation for the University of the West Indies is pleased to announce a fundraising concert on 11 April 2017
In celebration of its strong ties with Commonwealth countries through shared common law tradition, Inner Temple joins BFUWI in celebrating over 50 years of Caribbean nationhood.
Following on the tremendous success of last year’s event, Inner Temple is once again sponsoring BFUWI’s Careers in Law workshop. The workshop features a number of well-known lawyers from the Caribbean diaspora and beyond. Once again, lawyers enthusiastically responded to the approach to speak at this event which aims to provide our young students with information about how to get into the legal profession and the range of opportunities and options which are available.
BFUWI and the Ramphal Institute, King's College, are pleased to announce a lecture by Sir Hilary Beckles, Vice Chancellor of the University of the West Indies to mark the centenary of the birth of Sir Arthur Lewis. Sir Arthur was a distinguished son of the Caribbean who was born in Saint Lucia in 1915. He was awarded the Nobel Prize for economics in 1979 and had a long and distinguished career which included serving as Vice Chancellor of the University of the West Indies.
Careers in Law: Global Options, Local Opportunities 2015
‘Careers in Law: Global Options, Local Opportunities’ is a Legal Workshop for international and local secondary school (aged 16 and over), college and university level students from multi-cultural backgrounds. Following on the success of the BFUWI workshop at Inner Temple in June, Coventry University has approached BFUWI and asked them to replicate the event for students from the Midlands.
It is designed to:
On Saturday 27 Inner Temple, one of the four Inns of Court, to which every barrister must belong, kindly sponsored a workshop entitled ‘Careers in law: options and opportunities’ for students from the diaspora as well as those from other minority and/or disadvantaged backgrounds. Organised by trustee, Susan Belgrave, who is herself a practising barrister and member of Inner Temple, the event was designed to showcase the wealth of talent which exists in the legal community. With 18 speakers, 15 of Caribbean heritage the event provided an opportunity for students to look at those who were