7 February 2012
Time: 12:15 - 1:45pm
Venue: Derek Willoughby Lecture Theatre, Sir John Vane building, Charterhouse Square Campus, London
This event is open all all current Queen Mary, University of London Students.
Come and hear how you can participate as a student member in the International Bar Association (IBA), the world’s leading organisation of international legal practitioners, bar associations and law societies.
The School of Law at Queen Mary, University of London will soon offer free student membership to the IBA to all undergraduate and postgraduate law students. All Queen Mary law students are invited to attend this informational session to learn how participation in the IBA can help you to enhance your professionalism, network and provide service as a student member of the profession.
About this event:
Robyn Cunningham, Projects Officer, IBA Legal Projects Team and Alex Wilks, Senior Programme Lawyer, IBA Human Rights Institute will present information about:
- The work and structure of the International Bar Association
- IBA specialist law committees
- Student membership benefits, service and networking opportunities
- The Legal Projects initiative and how you can participate
- The work of its Human Rights Institute
- The IBA internship programme
This presentation is organised by Anne Flanagan, CCLS LLM Director firstname.lastname@example.org with the Queen Mary Postgraduate Law Society.