Appointment of the Chairman of the Inns of Court and Bar Educational Trust (ICBET)

  • Published:

    270 days ago

  • Expiry date:

    08 November 2021

The Council of the Inns of Court (COIC) wish to appoint a new Chairman for the Inns of Court and the Bar Educational Trust (ICBET).

ICBET is a charity that supports the activities of organisations engaged in the further education of pupils and young and recently qualified barristers through the awarding of grants.

The Chairman is responsible for chairing Trustees’ meetings, leading discussions with Trustees in relation to all matters affecting ICBET, and working with ICBET’s investment manager and administrator. The candidate can be a member of the Bar or Judiciary, and anyone who is interested will be considered.

For more information, including how to apply, please visit the COIC website: https://www.coic.org.uk/vacancies

Applications should be received by midday on Monday 8 November.

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