Aspire to the Bar

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Join targetjobs at Aspire to the Bar. Whether you're a law student, recent graduate, or even considering a career change, this event is tailor-made to provide you with the knowledge, insights, and connections you need to take several steps closer to your dream careers.

According to our research only 3% of Black Heritage students are interested in becoming barristers after university. That's why targetjobs has partnered with some of the UKs leading chambers to host Aspire to the Bar, an event to provide Black Heritage students with the knowledge and connections to help them on their path to the Bar. Pre-register today to take a step forward in your career journey!

Event Highlights

Interactive workshops
Participate in engaging workshops designed to develop essential legal skills, including advocacy, negotiation, legal research, and how to navigate the pupillage recruitment process.

Networking opportunities
Build meaningful connections with like-minded individuals, professionals, and representatives from leading chambers. This is your chance to expand your network and create valuable contacts for your future career.

Career guidance
Get expert advice on the different paths to the Bar, whether you're interested in becoming a barrister in a specific field of law or exploring alternative legal career options.

Q&A Panel
Have burning questions about the legal profession? Our panel of black heritage legal pupils, recent tenants, barristers, and QCs are ready to share with you their journeys to the Bar and the tips that got them there.

Embracing Diversity, Driving Innovation

Join us at Aspire to the Bar, exclusively for Black Heritage students, where we wholeheartedly embrace diversity in the legal profession. Discover how diverse voices and perspectives enhance the legal landscape and connect with representatives from leading chambers who are championing inclusivity and change.

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Who can apply?

Current undergraduate students

Have an interest in a future law career

Studying at a UK university

From a Black Heritage background

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