Aspiring Barristers' Book Club enables participants to discuss with other individuals and professionals interesting and thought-provoking literature covering a broad range of topics and writing styles.
Participating in Aspiring Barristers' Book Club provides a great opportunity for aspiring student barristers to enhance their oral advocacy skills in a relaxed environment by contributing to discussions alongside their peers. It also broadens one's reading choices by engaging with a variety of different literature including (but not limited to) books, novels, poems, graphic novels, journal articles and autobiographies.
Each Book Club meeting is chaired by either a Barrister, Solicitor, Judge or Academic and takes place on the last Thursday of each month at 6:30-7:30pm (unless informed otherwise). All Book Club discussions take place over Zoom and participants are sent the login details ahead of each meeting.
If you are an aspiring student barrister who would like to participate in the Book Club's next meeting, please email Aspiring Barristers at email@example.com expressing your interest.
Participants are asked to offer a book suggestion themselves at the time of joining that may then be used for subsequent Book Club meetings.
Participation in the Book Club is open to both Aspiring Barristers Members and non-Members.