Home > News > Landmark Chambers hosted 11 mentees in this year’s mentoring scheme for underrepresented groups at the Bar

A range of Landmark barristers, from senior Silks to junior tenants, volunteered to take part in a planning, property and public law mentoring scheme intended to encourage undergraduates and postgraduates from groups that are not well represented at the Bar, to consider becoming barristers.

Andrew Byass of Landmark Chambers says “We were incredibly impressed by the knowledge and standard of the mentees that participated in this important mentoring scheme to encourage equal representation at the Bar.  We hope that the mentees enjoyed and benefited from their participation and that they take away from it that practice at the Bar is a rewarding and stimulating career. We look forward to welcoming future mentees.”

For more information on this Mentoring Scheme, please follow the following link.

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