• Visiting different types of court
  • The opportunity to read and study
  • Some written work
  • Discussion of ethics, code of conduct and some of the challenges of practice
  • An insight into case management
  • Introduction to the operation of chambers
  • Participation in meetings and conferences and chambers social events

However, the programme is flexible and should be negotiated between the Chambers, mentor and Chinese Lawyer at the beginning of the placement to ensure that all parties have their interests addressed.

If you wish to express your interest in participating in the programme, or would like to learn more about the programme or the role of the mentor please contact: Sarah Richardson, International Projects Officer, SRichardson@BarCouncil.org.uk, 020 7611 1316